Attractive farmstead on 68 acres of quality land

A tidy farmstead with 68 acres of top quality land in good condition is being offered in the Kilmacthomas area of East Waterford, through auctioneer Kevin Mahony.

The property, leased for some time, is in very good condition, he says, laid out in one block, all in grass. Paddocked and with new fencing installed, the property has access from two roads, including the N25.

A residential sale, it includes a nicely maintained and modern three-bedroomed bungalow with farmyard. The yard has some good quality buildings, but is dated by today’s terms, although the land is being farmed to modern standards. It’s been leased for the last 10 years, says Kevin Mahony.

He’s quoting a guide price of €800,000 for the entire property, which is being sold in one lot, (although he doesn’t rule out dealing with two prospective purchasers working in concert) and by private treaty.

The farm is top quality, he says, and suitable for tillage, dairying or drystock. With a number of large farming operators in the area, he’s expecting good interest in this sale.


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