33ac residential holding near Gorey for sale
A 33ac residential holding with sheds and outbuildings at Ballinamona, Leskinfere, Gorey, Co. Wexford, will go for auction in one or two lots at the Ashdown Park Hotel, Gorey, Co. Wexford, on Friday, October 30, at 2:00pm.
“This attractive 33ac holding is located a short distance off the N11 [also the R772] in one of north Wexford’s prime farming areas,” said selling agent David Quinn of Quinn Property.
“It is 4km from both Craanford and Camolin and 8km south of Gorey town. Craanford is a picturesque village, Tidy Towns winner on numerous occasions, with a church; primary school; playschool; GAA pitch; community centre; pub; and Craanford Mills,” he said.
“Camolin is a good sized village with a selection of services including primary school; shops; pubs; churches; service stations; nursing home; and the renowned Cois na hAbhann, restaurant, shop and garden centre,” David said.
“Gorey is one of north Wexford’s most noted towns and offers an excellent choice of schools from primary; secondary; post Leaving Cert and adult education; Educate Together; and a Gaelscoil, along with a wealth of restaurants; shops; pubs and award-winning hotels with a vast array of local leisure amenities.
“These include: endless sandy beaches; golf courses including Courtown Golf and Ballymoney Golf Club; and swimming and leisure centres. Wexford is a 30-minute drive, Enniscorthy a 20-minute drive while Dublin is a comfortable commute of one hour,” the agent said.
“The holding is in one block with good frontage onto the public road with the farmhouse and farmyard located centrally on the holding. The house and yard are approached via a concrete driveway and are set back 300m from the public road.
“The house is a traditional two-storey, stone-built residence, over 200 years old, to which a small two-storey extension was added in more recent times. It has many attractive original features and will make a great family home.”
There is oil-fired central heating with a private well and septic tank.
The range of sheds and outbuildings on the 33ac holding include:
- An ‘A’ roofed shed incorporating workshop (1) 4m X 3.5m and workshop (2) 8m X 4.1m with a sliding door;
- A three-bay, round-roof shed;
- A one-bay lean-to;
- A dung stead;
- An ‘A’ roofed shed divided into three sections (10m X 4; 6m X 4m; and 7m X 3m);
- A cattle crush;
- A slatted unit (20m X 4.5m);
- A 25-cubicle shed (13m X 6.5m);
- Calving pens (12.5m X 5m); and
- A steel shed (9m X 6m).
“The land is laid out in three divisions, all of which are currently in grass and of excellent quality. There is a piped water supply to the lands as well as a natural spring and water course.”
The property will be offered for sale in the following lots: lot 1 on circa 8ac with residence and farmyard; and lot 2 on circa 25ac.
“The vendor has been renting the land for some time and has decided at this stage to change their lifestyle,” the agent said.
The property would appeal to local farmers looking to expand existing holdings or families looking for a small rural holding. The price guide is €500,000.
“Land sales in this area are very strong and generally land sells for €10,000-15,000/ac,” David said.