A 46.5 acre holding in Inch with a two-storey farmhouse and outbuildings will go under the hammer in an online auction next Tuesday, April 28.
Situated 10 k.m. north of Gorey, Macoyle Lower, Inch is just a stonesthrow away from Gorey, Arklow and major transport routes. The property has over 1 k.m. of dual road frontage with the residence and farmyard located in the centre of the holding and accessed over a private laneway.
The house is a traditional two storey farmhouse in need of extensive upgrading and renovation.
Accommodation extends to approximately 88m² and comprises an entrance hall, living room, kitchen and three bedrooms, along with an extension to the side with a lofted garage and lofted area. Additional features include a private well, outside WC, slate roof and double-glazed windows.
To the rear of the residence is a farmyard with sheds to include a four-span round roof shed with a four-span lean-to incorporating cubicles, an open concrete cattle yard and concrete dungstead and some additional concrete out-buildings.
The lands are laid out in four divisions, all of which are currently in grass and of excellent quality. The farm has been recently lined and some of the fields are freshly reseeded. The land is suited to any agricultural enterprise.
The property will be offered in the following lots:
This property will be auctioned online on Tuesday, April 25 at 2 p.m. According to Sales Negotiator with QUINN PROPERTY, Jack Quinn there has been strong interest to date, given its prime location close to Gorey, Arklow and the M11.
The guiding price Lot 1 is €120,000 to €150,000 and €12,000 to €15,000 per acre for the remaining land.
This article was written by Amy Lewis and can be viewed in its original format here.