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82 Acres, Clonycavan Ballivor, County Meath

  • Size 82 acres²
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AUCTION FRIDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER @ 3PM

At The Property Exchange Emmet Street Trim

CLONYCAVAN, BALLIVOR, CO MEATH.

82 ACRES

A gorgeous old world non residential farm.

Ballivor 3km. Trim 18km.  Dublin 60km.

Laid out in eight well sheltered divisions with natural water supply.

Lot 1: Cut stone out-offices & yard on c. 1 acre.

Lot 2: c. 81 acres.

Lands ideally suited to a residence subject to PP.View:

Any reasonable hour. Ref: Thomas Potterton

Sols: Cora Coffey, Malone & Martin, Trim. 

SITUATION & DESCRIPTION:  The property is very well located lying just off the R156 Ballivor / Mullingar road and the R160 Balivor / Kinnegad road approximately 18km west of the historic town of Trim, 17km northeast of Kinnegad and 11km south of Athboy and about an hours drive from Dublin which lies 60km to the southeast.  The area is predominately farming country renowned for its legendary lush pastures incorporating dairy, drystock, cereal and bloodstock enterprises.  Ballivor which is only a few minutes drive from the property caters adequately for all the day to day shopping requirements and boasts a new state of the art primary school, post office, credit union, pharmacy, veterinary surgeons, fuel station, supermarket, church and licensed premises.  In addition there are numerous GAA and other sporting clubs while hunting is available with the Meath Foxhounds and the Tara Harriers both of which meet regularly and within easy boxing distance.  Commuting to the capital is quickly and easily accomplished via the M3 / M4 motorways passing Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley shopping centers respectively which are both within a 45 minute drive of the property.

The locality is well supported by an established farming infrastructure with Delvin Livestock Mart, abbatoirs, contractors, merchants and other service industries all close at hand. 

The lands has been carefully farmed down through the years by the owners and more laterally their tenants and consequently it can be found to be in good heart and while all under old pasture it is equally suited to cereal / dairy production.

Seldom does such a fine large block of land come to the market in this vicinity and the sole selling agents highly recommend an early inspection.

 

THE VENDORS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO SELL THE PROPERTY IN ITS ENTIRETY

OR IN 2 SEPARATE LOTS AS FOLLOWS:

LOT 1: BEING COMPRISED IN FOLIO MH18971F & SHADED BLUE ON MAP.

Cutstone out offices and farm yard on c. 1 acre, Briefly comprising a derelict cut stone two storey building, a range of out-offices having four arched entrances with brick surrounds.  Three bay hay shed.  Silage pit.  Four bay portal frame building incorporating a cattle chute and crush and other out offices.

LOT 2: BEING COMPRISED IN FOLIOS MH18971F & MH25272 AND SHADED GREEN ON MAP.

In all extending to c. 81 acres or thereabouts statute measure being laid out in eight convenient divisions of old pasture each bordered by mature hedgerows incorporating many fine trees ensuring adequate shade and shelter.  The lands also benefit from extensive road frontage and are ideally suited to the erection of a residence subject to the necessary planning consent from Meath Co. Co.

TITLE:  Freehold with vacant possession on 1st December 2022.

SERVICES:  Natural water supply.

DIRECTIONS:  Eircode C15K683 (Adjoining property - not for sale)  From Ballivor take the R156 Mullingar road for a short distance taking the first left (see agents directional sign).  Continue for 0.3km whereupon the property can be found on the right & left hand side identified by the agents for sale boards.

SOLICITORS:  Cora Coffey, Malone & Martin, Market Street, Trim, Co. Meath.  Tel: 046 9431256.

VIEWING:  Lands at any reasonable hour.  Enquiries: Thomas Potterton 046 9431391 / 086 2569344.

 

Explore Meath County Meath is rich in history and famous for many different reasons. It is the county where the High King of Ireland sat at the Hill of Tara. It is also home to Newgrange, a Neolithic site which pre-dates Stonehenge. It is where the famous book of kells, which resides in trinity college, comes... Explore Meath
PSRA Licence No: 001255

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