€32,000 offer for farmhouse on 0.6 acres near Macroom

€32,000 offer for farmhouse on 0.6 acres near Macroom

Macroom auctioneer Killian Lynch offers a brace of local farms totalling 115 acres, within ten minutes of the town.

The first and larger property is in the townland of Annagannihy, near Ballinagree village, about 12km north of Macroom. Consisting of 74.5 acres, it is offered in separate lots.

The selling agents present this farm as “mixed in nature”.

It has Cork city a 35-minute drive away, Rylane village is 5km to the east, Millstreet is a 15-minute drive away.

About 40 acres of this residential holding is grassland, leaving 34 acres or so of a mix of rough grazing and land in need of reclamation.

There’s extensive road frontage, it is divided into two lots by the public road.

The single-storey traditional-style farmhouse is in a derelict condition, there are also some outbuilding.

Water and electricity are supplied.

The price guide is €460,000 (€6,200/acre).

Lot 1 is about 74 acres, Lot 2 is the house on 0.6 acres, Lot 3 is the entire property.

There is an offer of €385,000 (€5,200/acre) on the entire holding, and a separate €32,000 offer for the house on 0.6 acres.

The second Killian Lynch property is about 7km to the south-west of Macroom, in the townland of Milleens.

This residential holding of about 40 acres has good quality pasture, extensive road frontage, and a variety of farm buildings.

The price guide is €450,000 (€11,000/acre); it’s available in its entirety or in three further lots.

A 28 acres lot is currently under offer at €225,000 (€8,000/acre).

Killian says the two-storey home, built in the 1980s, needs thorough refurbishment but is in otherwise sound habitable condition.

It has a basement, entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom, on the ground floor.

The first floor has another bathroom, and four bedooms.

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