Farm Ireland

Sunday 18 March 2018

Prime fattening land in Kildare

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

Among the more substantial properties coming to the market is a 105ac farm at at Calverstown Little near Kilcullen in Co Kildare. The sale is guided at €900,000.

The property is situated between the Kilcullen/Carlow road and the Kilcullen/Athy road 1km from Calverstown Village and convenient to the N78 and M9.

The land is all in permanent pasture with 1km of road frontage, a natural water supply and excellent shelter.

Auctioneer Paddy Jordan says the place is renowned for its fattening qualities and "would put lumps of flesh on bullocks."

Approximately 18ac are under forestry with a mixture of hardwood and softwoods and three years left to run on an annual premium of €3,954.

The property will be auctioned at the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge at 3pm on June 15.

Castlemartin sale

Jordan Auctioneers are also handling the sale of a non- residential farm extending to 75ac located at Castlemartin and Kinneagh 5km from Newbridge and 2.5km from Kilcullen.

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Guided at €700,000 the property is all in grass in a number of divisions with mature timber. The land is bounded by the M9 Motorway and has 600m of frontage on to the River Liffey.

The holding is suited to a range of enterprises and may also suit a hobby farmer or somebody looking to purchase the land with a view to building a house (subject to planning permission).

It will be auctioned at 3pm on Tuesday June 21 at the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge.

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