Mountain commonage, good grazing land and a site alongside the N22 main road between Cork and Killarney are all included in an executor sale of a Co Kerry farm.

Listed with Kenmare auctioneer Majella O’Sullivan, this roadside property would be familiar to those who make their way to Killarney from the Cork side. The residential farm of circa 53.13ac at Drominharee, Glenflesk, Killarney, is located a short distance east of Glenflesk and is for sale by private treaty.

Mixed grazing

The property consists of circa 39.5ac of mixed quality land with the balance of the land, approximately 13.6ac, consisting of mountain grazing and rock outcrop.

The house is a two-story dwelling that was extensively damaged by a fire and as a result, the roof was removed down to the wall plate.

Located at the roadside, the yard is alongside the house and contains a variety of buildings including a number of stone-built sheds and a round roof hay shed.

The yard contains a range of old farm buildings.

There is some mixed grazing land near the yard. Some of this is at or below road level, while the rest rises steeply into the mountain behind.

Across the road from the house and yard is the balance of the land, circa 15.96ac. This block is all in grass and is excellent grazing ground that fronts onto the Flesk river.

There is a livestock handling area on this side of the road and it’s located directly across from the yard.

There are BISS entitlements included in the sale as well as a commonage right consisting of a two-fifths share of circa 134ac of mountain.

Given the variety of land types and structural assets included in this sale, along with its excellent location, it’s difficult to put a guide on this unique property.

A veritable mixed bag of a property, with land quality ranging from excellent grazing land to high nature value land that rises quickly, this is an interesting farm with plenty potential.

Situated about 15km from Killarney town and 33km from Macroom, this residential holding is one to keep an eye on.