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’43-acre holding in ‘heart of Wexford’s most productive agricultural lands’ to go up for auction’. Enniscorthy Guardian. 20/02/24.

The main building of the property

A 43-acre holding in the “heart of some of Wexford’s most productive agricultural lands” is to go up for sale by online auction on March 8. Located 2km from Ballindaggin village and 10km from Enniscorthy and Bunclody, the parcel of land is brought to the market by Quinn Property who say the auction “presents a rare opportunity to acquire a piece of the region’s finest fertile soil and is suitable for a variety of agricultural and farming practices”.

In addition to the land, the property also contains a derelict farmhouse which has been unoccupied for a number of years and is in need of extensive renovation, however, it does it has the benefit of a well and electricity. There are also a number of outbuildings on the land, including a round roof shed, a milking parlour, a haybarn, a lofted shed, and a stone built shed.

he property will be offered in the following lots: Lot 1: C. 0.75 acres with derelict farmhouse. Lot 2: C. 27.2 acres. Lot 3: C. 15 acres. Lot 4: The entire

“The land is of excellent quality and is currently in grass with a small amount of forestry on Lot 3,” say Quinn Property. “With the ever increasing demand for locally sourced produce, this parcel of land presents an excellent investment opportunity for forward-thinking farmers and entrepreneurs in the agricultural sector.

The property is 5km off the N80 at Ballycarney, 10km from Enniscorthy and Bunclody, where an extensive array of amenities are available in both towns. To reach the property from Ballindaggin turn left at Jordan’s Pub, taking the second road to the right and the property is 1km on the left and right hand side.

This article was written by Simon Bourke and can be accessed here.

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