PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Strong interest in Ballindenisk farm

There’s already early interest and bids at about the €12,000 an acre mark in a 32-acre land sale out at Ballindenisk, near Watergrasshill — adjacent to a famed point to point and international equestrian eventing, linked to the Fell family, for the past 40 years.

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Prime tillage land is back on the market

The summer is past, the harvest is home and the mind turns to future plans, perhaps? Like acquiring a 140-acre farm renowned for its quality and location.

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Applebe farm sells for almost €2m

There was much excitement last week at the auction of a well-known farm at Dawstown, Blarney, Co Cork.

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Residential farm with quality land on the market

Another prime farm sale in County Cork is ripe, literally, for the autumn selling season.

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235-acre Bantry farm with commonage

It was on the market a year ago, but an agreed sale fell through, so this Borlin, Bantry property is back for sale again.

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Golf course’s excess land suits to a tee

Having bagged a €1m sale back in June, for a 98-acre farm at Milltown, Charleville, auctioneer John Flynn is hoping for a similar market response for his latest land offering.

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The residence on the 109-acre farm at Glounaglough, Rylane, Co Cork, for auction on September 19.

September land sale eagerly anticipated

It might be the slumber season for land sales, but flagging an auction for the later autumn season is not a bad idea, giving seller, agents and potential buyers, in particular, time to organise themselves.

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Site with planning for 145 houses is sold

While the land market is quiet, in terms of new listings, the conclusion of sales kept auctioneers and solicitors busy, before the mass departure of August.

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Attractive 73-acre farmstead expected to sell in three lots

A year ago, this farm, at Rathcoole, Mallow, Co Cork, was on the market as a private treaty sale — now the 73-acre holding is back for sale, only this time by auction.

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Idyllic 36-acre holding

It’s one of the few villages in Ireland without a pub, and Annestown locals revel in that status — before travelling further afield to buy a pint, it’s presumed.

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