Residential farm in multiple lots waiting to be bought in Co. Meath

A superb residential farm has currently come onto the market, located at Ballyboggan, Kinnegad, Co. Meath. It is situated on circa 74.5ac (30.19ha) and is for sale by private treaty through John Coyne Estates.

The farm, which is only 5km from Kinnegad, is a probate sale and is available whole or in three lots.

Lots for sale

Lot 1

Lot 1 includes the house and land at Ballyboggan on circa 23.29ac (9.43ha).

The lands are of excellent quality with no waste and are well known to be of the “finest quality for fattening beef cattle”, according to the auctioneers.

They are accessed along a laneway from the public road and offer great potential for one or more residential sites – subject to necessary planning permission from Meath County Council.

The sheds around the house include a three-bay hay-shed with lean-to and a number of smaller storage sheds. Cattle handling facilities are also available with a concrete yard and smaller cattle sheds.

Moreover, there is a well-presented two-storey farmhouse with a floor area in the region of 93m²/1,000ft² with accommodation comprising of: a kitchen; a utility room; a sitting room; two bedrooms; and a shower room. Heating is provided by way of a dual heating system, oil and solid fuel.

Lot 2

Lot 2 comprises the lands at Ballynakill, Ballyboggan, on circa 7.90ac (3.20ha). They encapsulate elevated, free-draining land with no waste in one neat division and coming with the benefit of frontage onto the Castlejordan road.

There is also great potential for a residential site – subject to necessary planning permission from Meath County Council.

Lot 3

Lot 3 includes lands at Annagh, Clonard, on circa 43.37ac (17.56ha) which is comprised of a large block of land in one neat division with no waste.

This large land holding offers top-quality fattening land and is well fenced. Access is gained via Annagh Boreen, just outside the village of Clonard.

Additional information

Lot 4 is available as the entire.

Speaking to the auctioneers, they believe the farm “would suit a drystock or possibly a hobby farmer”.

Even though it was only launched to market last week, there has been strong local interest already.