3 separate lots spanning 188ac to go on the block in Co. Carlow
REA Dawson currently has on the market a property spanning 188ac in total, to go for public auction. It will be sold in three separate lots.
The lands are located at Maplestown, Rathvilly, Co. Carlow. The auction date is set for Thursday, July 23, at 3:00pm on the property.
The holdings are located 4km from Rathvilly village; 7km from Baltinglass; 14km from Tullow town; and 21km from Carlow town.
Exception arable farm
First up is an exceptional arable farm with a residence and outbuildings, extending to circa 64.46ac (26.09ha) at Maplestown, Rathvilly.
The land is laid out in one block and subdivided into a number of good-sized fields. Moreover, the property has the benefit of dual-road frontage with a number of access points from the public road.
The farmyard has a selection of outbuildings, including:
- A four-span round-roof shed with concrete walls, a concrete floor and a lean-to;
- A four-span round-roof shed with a double lean-to;
- An old cow barn; and
- Cattle penning facilities and a crush.
In addition, the residence is a three-bedroom bungalow in need of modernisation and redecoration.
Non-residential arable holding
Second is a non-residential arable holding extending to circa 46.3ac (18.7ha) at Ballyoliver and Ballybit, Rathvilly.
The land is laid out predominately in two divisions, is excellent quality and is suitable for any type of farming enterprise.
Furthermore, it benefits from excellent road frontage, with access from the public road with two entrance points. There is frontage onto the River Slaney also.
Residential farm holding
Lastly is a farm holding extending to circa 77.2ac (31.2ha). It is located on the Carlow/Hacketstown road R747 at Coolmanagh.
The land is laid out in one block; it is of excellent quality and is suitable for any type of farming.
There is an old-style farmyard present, with a number of outbuildings including a storage shed for storing straw.
Moreover, there is a two-bedroom bungalow which is in need of modernisation.