Tillage or livestock

Caitriona Murphy

A 97ac non-residential farm located half a mile from Longwood in Co Meath is set to attract attention from both tillage and livestock farmers.

The farm at Clongriffin, Longwood, is currently all in grass, but would be suitable for all types of agricultural enterprise, including tillage, according to selling agent Willie Coonan. He described the farm as superb quality land with good fertility.

The land has extensive road frontage on to the Enfield-Longwood road and two country roads.

The property is being offered for sale in its entirety and in two blocks of 30ac and 67ac respectively. The two parcels are adjacent to each other and both are well fenced with a good water supply.

The auctioneer said the farm would make an ideal site for a residence, subject to planning permission.

He added that the farm is being offered for sale by tender, with tenders to be lodged with O'Boyle Solicitors, The Mall, Sligo, before Thursday, September 6.

Meanwhile, the same agent is also handling the sale of a 5.3ac residential equestrian property near Kilcock in Co Kildare.

Portgloriam House is a two-storey home set on 5.3ac of post-and-railed paddocks and mature gardens. The property has four looseboxes with a loft overhead.

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It can bought as the entire or broken into a 1.6ac residential lot and a 3.6ac non-residential block of land.

Inquiries to Coonan Real Estate Alliance on 01 6286128.

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