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Knockroe Ballinafad, County Sligo

Guide price €250,000

Auction Information

Venue Online Auction
Time Jul 16 at 12:00 PM
  • Size 25.5 acres²
  • Ber Rating
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Description

6 Roomed Cottage on 26.569 Acre For Sale by Online Auction 16th July at 11am - Auction Platform www.bidnow.ie

Located just off the N4 road (Sligo - Dublin), approx 5 miles from Boyle, 20 miles from Sligo and 1 mile from Lough Arrow lake, this is a vey attractive holding that can potentially be sold in one or two lots.

The cottage is in poor condition as it has not been occupied for approx. 20 years. However, it is serviced with electricity, mains water, and septic tank and has panoramic views towards and over Lough Arrow.

The cottage can either be sold on its own or on an a 1 acres site or with the remainder  24.5 acres of land all in one Lot.  

The cottage offers enormous potential for renovation and/or extension, or a new house could be built there on subject to standard planning regulations.  The residence will enjoy views over Lough Arrow.

The land has approx. 80 meters road frontage and comprises approx. 13 acres top quality grazing land and approx. 12 acres of mature  Roomed Cottage on 26.569 Acre For Sale by Online Auction 16th July at 11am - Auction Platform www.bidnow.ie

Located just off the N4 road (Sligo - Dublin), approx 5 miles from Boyle, 20 miles from Sligo and 1 mile from Lough Arrow lake, this is a vey attractive holding that can potentially be sold in one or two lots.

The cottage is in poor condition as it has not been occupied for approx. 20 years. However, it is serviced with electricity, mains water, and septic tank and has panoramic views towards and over Lough Arrow.

The cottage can either be sold on its own or on an a 1 acres site or with the remainder  24.5 acres of land all in one Lot.  

The cottage offers enormous potential for renovation and/or extension, or a new house could be built there on subject to standard planning regulations.  The residence will enjoy views over Lough Arrow.

The land has approx. 80 meters road frontage and comprises approx. 13 acres top quality grazing land and approx. 12 acres of mature decidous woodland (Highwood).

The good land is suitable for grazing, meadow and silage. The woodlands known as High Wood is a beautiful piece of property, being a real nature reserve.  Located thereon are many hundred of trees at varying stages of maturity with dozens of varieties.  

This wood was presumably planted hundreds of years ago by the landords of the time. The floor of the wood is a carpet of wild flowers, with bluebells, primroses, crocus and foxglove just some ot the dozens of varieties to be seen.  The birds and wild animals also abound and chorus of birds make it sound like the dawn chorus all day. 

This entire property is within a mile of Lough Arrow, which is one of the top trout fishing lakes in the country. Historically, this area around Lough Arrow is very significant, having been settled by man over 5000 years ago.  The landscape in general in this area offers a fascinating variety of water, cliffs, bog, grassland, woodlands and an increditably wide variety of wild plants and shrubs.

The opposite side of Lough Arrow reputably hosted the battle fought at Moyturra between the Tuatha de Dannann and the Firbolgs.  

Overall, this is very attractive property for those seeking a place to build or extend the present cottage and farm good quality land. 

Depending on levels of interest the land and cottage may be offered separately.  If you have an interest in one Lot over the other please advise us

Options Lot 1:  Cottage on 1.087 Acre - €90,000 (marked "A" in blue on Land Registry Map)Lot 2:  25.482 Acres - €160,000 (marked "B" in red on Land Registry Map) 

For further information contact the office on 071 9185050 or call Roger on 087 6810848

woodland (Highwood).

The good land is suitable for grazing, meadow and silage. The woodlands known as High Wood is a beautiful piece of property, being a real nature reserve.  Located thereon are many hundred of trees at varying stages of maturity with dozens of varieties.  

This wood was presumably planted hundreds of years ago by the landords of the time. The floor of the wood is a carpet of wild flowers, with bluebells, primroses, crocus and foxglove just some ot the dozens of varieties to be seen.  The birds and wild animals also abound and chorus of birds make it sound like the dawn chorus all day. 

This entire property is within a mile of Lough Arrow, which is one of the top trout fishing lakes in the country. Historically, this area around Lough Arrow is very significant, having been settled by man over 5000 years ago.  The landscape in general in this area offers a fascinating variety of water, cliffs, bog, grassland, woodlands and an increditably wide variety of wild plants and shrubs.

The opposite side of Lough Arrow reputably hosted the battle fought at Moyturra between the Tuatha de Dannann and the Firbolgs.  

Overall, this is very attractive property for those seeking a place to build or extend the present cottage and farm good quality land. 

Depending on levels of interest the land and cottage may be offered separately.  If you have an interest in one Lot over the other please advise us

Options 

  • Lot 1:  Cottage on 1.087 Acre - €90,000 (marked "A" in blue on Land Registry Map)
  • Lot 2:  25.482 Acres - €160,000 (marked "B" in red on Land Registry Map) 

For further information contact the office on 071 9185050 or call Roger on 087 6810848

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