Farm Ireland

Tuesday 16 January 2018

Property near Carnaross should attract a range of buyers

Situated only a few miles up the road from Carnaross Mart, a 29ac Co Meath property has the versatility to appeal to numerous potential buyers.

With cattle handling facilities and sheds already in place, it would make a fine holding for a suckler or sheep farmer.

However, the property's orchard, vegetable patch, greenhouse and pig sty could also attract urban buyers.

'Boolies', as the property is known, is a compact residential farm located five miles from the town of Kells and just off the M3 motorway.


The 140sqm (1,506sqft) residence is a modern single storey house, with bright open rooms and a stylish interior.

The accommodation includes an entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, home office, three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Two sets of double doors lead from the kitchen/dining room to a south-facing patio and garden outside.

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The large living room overlooks the Tower of Lloyd, an 18th century folly built for the first Earl of Bective.


Outside, the property also includes a large workshop with an electric up-and-over garage door, a toilet area and separate store rooms, which could have numerous uses.

The farm buildings include a three-bay double hay barn with a three-bay lean to, an enclosed concrete yard with field access and cattle crush.

Guiding the land at €7,000-€8,000 per acre, Gunne Auctioneers expect good interest in the property because of its versatility and its appeal to a wide range of buyers.

The farm can be sold in its entirety or in a number of lots.

Contact Gunne Residential on 046 9022100.

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