Wednesday, July 20th, 2022, will see an “exceptional” c. 24.8-acre roadside holding with a stone-built G BER-rated farmhouse that needs upgrading come under the hammer.
Quinn Property is handling the sale of the property in Clologue Upper, Camolin, Co Wexford.
According to the agent, the lands are currently in grass and tillage, are of “excellent” quality and are divided into four divisions,
They enjoy what the agent describes as “extensive” road frontage and are bounded on one side by the River Bann. Furthermore, there may also be deposits of sand and shale in lot 3.
According to the property firm, the holding benefits from a stone-built farmhouse and a range of outbuildings.
Moreover, while the farmhouse needs upgrading and renovation, it has services including electricity and well water.
- An entrance porch;
- kitchen with open fire;
- sitting room with open fire;
- Two bedrooms on the ground floor with one bedroom on the first floor.
According to the property firm, the land may have the potential for a residential site, subject to the relevant planning permission.
Quinn Property will offer the farm for sale in the following lots:
- 1: Farmhouse & yard on c. 1 acre;
- 2: C. 10.5 acres of re-seed;
- 3: C. 13.3 acres in grass & tillage;
- 4: The entire.
The land is along a local road (the L5092), just off the R772 at Camolin and the N11 Gorey to Enniscorthy road.
Moreover, it is only 1.5km from Camolin village, which offers a good selection of services and amenities, including primary schools, shops, pubs, churches, and service stations.
Others include a GAA Club and playing fields, a children’s playground, crèche, nursing home and the renowned Cois na hAbhann, Restaurant, Shop and Garden Centre.
Moreover, the lands are 13km south of Gorey, 7km from Ferns, 17km from Enniscorthy and 6km from the Clough Roundabout and access to the M11, leaving the capital a commute of just over 60 minutes.
The property will be for sale in one or three lots via online auction on Wednesday, July 20th2022, at 3 pm.
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