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Monday 23 April 2018

Tasteful 49ac Gorey farm set to breach €1m mark

OPPORTUNITY: This 49ac residence near Gorey comes with five bedrooms, an entrance hall, kitchen, lounge and dining room and is expected to fetch €1.3m.
OPPORTUNITY: This 49ac residence near Gorey comes with five bedrooms, an entrance hall, kitchen, lounge and dining room and is expected to fetch €1.3m.
Growing as much grass as possible is the best opportunity to reduce on-farm costs this year
Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

A 49ac farm with an impressive five bedroom house near Gorey, Co Wexford might have come on the market just in time to catch the eagerly anticipated upswing in property prices.

Situated four minutes to the west of Gorey town and convenient to the M11, the property is less than five minutes drive from Kilanerin village and about an hour's drive from Dublin.

According to Jim Kinsella of Sherry FitzGerald O'Leary Kinsella, the house is in top condition throughout, tastefully decorated and finished to a very high standard.

The grounds and gardens surrounding the residence are well laid out and impeccably maintained.

The 12-year old residence is built on the grounds of an old estate house and the ambience of the site is one of old grandeur, with its neat gardens, mature trees and a winding gravel driveway.

The two-storey house is well designed with spacious practical rooms that include an entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, utility room, lounge, dining room, reception room, study, and a space that could be used as a studio, playroom or ground floor bedroom.

Upstairs is a bathroom and four bedrooms, one of which has ensuite facilities. Services in the house include ducted vacuuming and surround sound wiring.

The farmland is described as top quality arable land laid out in manageable fields that are well fenced and watered. While in grass at the moment, the ground, which is dry and free draining, is perfectly suited to tillage.

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A small planted area lies to the lower side of the property and forms a small nature reserve.

The outbuildings are described as dated but useful and include two three-bay round roofed sheds, a three-bay 'A' roofed shed.

The property would make a very comfortable hobby farm for a family with farming interests.

The property is for sale by private treaty and is being guided at €1.3m.

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