Top quality pasture in west Cork farm sale

“ONE of the best places on my books,” is how auctioneer, Tom Brady describes a 20-acre residential holding at Moulavanig, Kealkil, in west Cork.

Silage was cut off the farm in May, he says, adding that it is top quality pasture with a southerly aspect.

The farm includes an immaculate, five-bed bungalow in turnkey condition, which comes with a self-contained granny flat with independent access.

The farmyard consists of a slatted unit, a garage-workshop, and a number of dog kennels.

The location of this small holding is 3km from Kealkil and 8km from Bantry, on the Pass of Keimeneigh Road.

The guide price for the entire property is in the region of 400,000.

Meanwhile, the same agent is selling a 13.5-acre holding at Reanacaheragh, Tarelton, on the Cork side of Macroom.

It would make an ideal hobby farm, he says, subject to planning permission for a dwelling, and at the asking price of 160,0000, is even less than the kind of money that would have been made for a site three years ago.

The location is good, he says, close to Macroom, Lissarda and Kilmurry, and within a commute of the city.

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