A valuable 14 acre holding with a derelict property on-site, located in Coolycarney, Ballindaggin, County Wexford, will be auctioned off online by Quinn Property on Friday, December 15, at 4 p.m.
The holding will be auctioned off in one or more lots and will come to the market with a guide price of €10,000 to €12,000 per acre.
It’s located 2km from Ballindaggin village and just 1km off the R702, Enniscorthy to Kiltealy road, and only 10km from Enniscorthy.
A spokesperson for Quinn Property said the area has “well established agricultural infrastructure, machinery merchants, livestock marts, veterinary surgeries, and milk and grain processing plants”.
“The property is convenient to Ballindaggin with a range of services to include primary school, shop, pubs and a restaurant and GAA club,” he said.
The land is of good quality and currently in grass and all have access off the public road.
“The property has the benefit of having a derelict residence,” said the spokesperson. He also highlighted that the former residence might also qualify for a new grant and refurbishment scheme of €50,000.
There are also derelict outbuildings on the property with it all offering potential development options, subject to planning permission.
The property would be suitable for a range of farming enterprises and will be offered in the following lots: Lot 1 – C.1 acre with derelict house and yard; Lot 2 – C. 9.7 acres and Lot 3 – 3.3 acres.
This article was written by Brendan Keane of the Enniscorthy Guardian. It can be accessed here.