Keenan Auctioneers, Kingscourt is bringing a circa-24ac, non-residential farm at Cormeen, Moynalty, Co Meath to the market.
A tidy holding, the property is found on the edge of Cormeen village, just 800m off the R164 Kingscourt-Moynalty Road.
Described as good, dry land, in a strong agricultural area, it is presently in pasture.
Laid out in four fields, with a natural water supply and extensive road frontage, this property can be purchased in one or more lots.
Lot 1 is the entire, circa 24ac.
Lot 2 comprises of circa 9.2ac. This lot is divided into two fields that are well fenced. Just north of the L6808 road, it is close to the edge of Cormeen village.
Finally, lot 3 comprises circa 14.8ac and is on the southern side of the L6808 secondary road.
Divided into two fields, there is a farm laneway that gives year-round access to the land. There are cattle handling facilities including a crush and holding area. There is also a hard-core base which has been used for storing bales.
Easily accessible, the land is 7km from Moynalty, and just 15 minutes from Kells and the M3 motorway to Dublin. The Co Cavan towns of Bailieborough and Kingscourt are both roughly 10km away also.
With over 600m of road frontage and Cormeen village less than 500m away, Keenan Auctioneers said this property could have potential for residential sites in future. There is an overall guide of €275,000 on this farm.