Four green fields ideal for dairy or drystock farmers

An aerial view of the land a short distance from Cork city.

FOUR fine green fields about sums up this late month offering from the team at Irish and European.

The lands at Rathpeacon, which comprise 27.54 acres, are within three miles of Cork city centre, close to schools and Blackpool Shopping Centre.

Level, green pasture land in a great location beside Rathpeacon village, the property offers a tidy, clean acquisition for dairy and drystock farmers, but may also be eyed up by self-builders or hobby farmers, although the zoning is agricultural, says Joe McCarthy.

He offers the non-residential holding for sale by private treaty and suggests a guide price of €12,000 per acre. The guide just about fits for a clean land sale such as this — exceptional properties are now making 15k an acre and depending on demand, this land could be bid higher, as it comes in good, manageable condition.

With definite long term non-agricultural development potential, according to the agent, (it’s close to North Point Business Park), it’s good quality, arable land. The farm offers excellent road frontage and a highly accessible location.


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