A fine stud farm with houses and yards on c218ac has been placed on the market in Co Offaly. Lumville Farm, near Edenderry, is being sold by Coonan Property and will be offered at auction on 26 October, in lots.
The guide price for the entire is excess of €4.5m.
The farm is well regarded in the thoroughbred and racing world? as ?part of the Derrinstown Stud group of farms developed and grown over the past 40 years by the late Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai. Lumville Farm is being sold as part of a planned consolidation following his passing.
The farm is 7.5km from Edenderry in the direction of Tullamore. It’s just off the R402 that links these two towns. It’s a convenient location, sitting between the M7 and M4/6 motorways. Dublin is 67km away.
Each time the Derrinstown Stud group acquired another farm or stud in Ireland it was invariably upgraded to a high standard with significant investment and expertise. Lumville House is no exception.
The farm is in one unit although divided by a public road. It is laid out in 16 main paddocks, all fenced with open ditches and maintained hedging. The fencing is a mix of stud railing and rail with mesh.
The land in this locality is good-quality, with a proportion of it under cereals. The ground in Lumville Farm is likewise good quality.
A system of internal tarmacadam roads runs through the farm, giving access to all areas all year round. The farm has considerable frontage on to two public roads. The yards and residences were extensively renovated over a number of years starting in 2006 and are in top condition.
There are three houses on the farm. The main house is a detached two-storey, four-bedroom property with a garage and mature gardens. It is a spacious 2,830ft2 (263m2) excluding the garage. There are a further two ?houses, both three bedroom bungalows extending to approximately 1,260ft2 (117m2).
There are two yards. The main yard has two American-style barns, each 7,373ft2 (685m2) in area. Each of these barns has 21 loose boxes, all with water laid on, fitted with Loddon stables, plus a feed room and an all-weather turnout paddock. That makes 42 stables in this yard.
Also there is a veterinary room; feed room; staff area and reception room with kitchenette; five-bay hayshed; lockup machinery store; three isolation stables; a dungstead; lunging ring; six-bay horse walker and loading bay. There are also cattle handling facilities and a large concrete apron.
The second yard is across the public road. It has 13 loose boxes, all with water laid on. There is a feed room, canteen, tack room, wash area and all-weather turnout paddock.
The barn here is 5,016ft2 (466m2). Also in this yard is a three-bay hayshed; lockup machinery store; dungstead; lunging ring; a six-bay horse walker plus loading bay; and a cattle handling area.
This property will clearly attract interest from potential buyers in Ireland and abroad. The auction takes place at 3pm on Wednesday 26 October in the K Club, Straffan, Co Kildare. The property will be offered in three lots.
Will Coonan of Coonan Property said the owners purchased Lumville Farm in 2005 because the quality of the lands in this area were renowned for their suitability for the production of bloodstock and livestock.