Bellewstown land parcels hit the market
Two separate land parcels in Bellewstown, Co. Meath, comprising nearly 30ac in total, have been brought to the market with Savills. The church field comprises 4.2ac, with 25ac at New Haggard Lane.
Located halfway between the villages of Duleek (5km) and Julianstown (5km), the nearest town is Drogheda (8km.) There is convenient access to the M1, with junction 7 situated approximately 6km to the south.
Church field, the agents said, comprises a productive grazing field with stud fencing.
The land is in a triangular shape and is enclosed on three sides by mature trees and road frontage. It extends to about 1.7ha/4.2ac in total. It adjoins the R150 road and there is convenient access to the M1. The guide price is €120,000.
New Haggard Lane
The 25ac at New Haggard Lane consists of a block of farmland which has the ability to grow a range of arable crops and good swards of grass, according to the agents.
“It is in two enclosures and bounds the River Nanny. The land is situated in a cul-de-sac off a minor road just off the R150. The land also overlooks the old Kilsharvan mill which was the last working mill on the River Nanny,” the agents said. The guide price is €275,000.
Selling agents Pat O’Hagan and Liam McCarthy of Savills said both parcels of land are very productive and well located close to the village of Bellewstown, the M1 and Drogheda.
“We expect that we will have interest coming from local farmers in the area and also larger farmers looking for additional land in a desirable location close to the M1.”