A circa-87ac farm is for sale by tender with joint agents, Co Meath-based Lev Mitchell & Sons, Auctioneers and Valuers and Co Louth-based Paddy Watters Auctioneers.

The land at Mooretown, Slane, Co Meath, totals 86.67ac (34.92ha) and is bound by trees and white thorn hedges and has stunning views of the Boyne Valley.

Well situated east of the N2 road and just 3km north of Slane village, it is described as a fine parcel of land.

In most farmers’ eyes, it is viewed as being in one block, however this farm is divided into a 60:40 split by a local road, with the larger proportion of ground on the southern side.


It’s available in its entirety or in two lots. Lot 1 comprises of the old house, sheds and yard and approximately 55.4ac that are on the southern side of the road. Hedges and ditches subdivide this land into 10 fields ranging from 2.5ac to six acres in size.

The old dwelling requires renovation but may lend itself towards attaining planning permission on site in future. The house and yard (containing an old hay barn and old outbuildings that would also require a bit of work) are accessed from the main road via a laneway.

Heading north, across the road the balance of the land, approximately 31.27ac is contained in lot 2. Similar to the rest of the farm this is divided into six fields varying in size from just over one acre to over 12ac.

Wide appeal

This is a good farm of land in the north of Co Meath and is suitable for a number of farming enterprises.

It is served by a fantastic road network and is sure to appeal to buyers across the agricultural spectrum and perhaps beyond. It is a 10 -minute drive from the village of Tullyallen.


It is also 12km from Drogheda and 16km from Navan – a convenient block of ground, and so this is sure to have wide appeal. The advised minimum value for this farm is €8,500/ac.