Lock, stock and barrel as final offers called on 240-acre farm near Nadd village

IT may once have given Glastonbury a run for its money, but Nadd village — the location of the former Naddstock Festival — has reverted to being a sleepy hamlet in the mists of the Boggeragh Mountains.

However, it’s not so high up that it hasn’t got some good quality grazing ground, and auctioneer Liam Murphy is pulling the guillotine on a 24-acre farm he had for sale close to the village.

He’s seeking final offers by January 23 for this 24-acre farm in north Cork.

nAlso for sale at Nadd is a 35-acre forestry plantation that brings in a premium of €5,700 per annum.

On the market with John Sexton of Donoughmore, this farm is only six years old, and has 12 years of forestry premia to run.

The agent was pleasantly surprised at the amount of attention the sale has received, and he is seeking offers in the region of €4,500 per acre for the forestry.

* The agent is also selling a six-acre field at Killeens, near Blarney, and is seeking offers of €100,000 for the land, which is in one large field.

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