The lands at Corbally, Ardfield, Clonakilty, are all in one block and the fields are currently in a mix of stubbles and vegetables.

While it is an elevated site, the ground is flat and there is a good depth of top-quality soil making it suitable for any agricultural use.

There is no waste and on the southern boundary there is substantial road frontage.

Looking east toward Clonakilty, the farm is on a flat elevated site and south facing

The holding is divided into five natural divisions. It also benefits from a southerly aspect and there are spectacular views of both coastal and inland west Cork from the property. There is availability of mains water and electricity on the public road.

The land has recently been in tillage and vegetables.

Sales agent, Andy Donoghue, said that despite the property being relatively new to the market, it has received a good bit of interest both locally and beyond. It is guided at €12,000.