Lands in Trim and Longwood to go under the hammer

Potterton to hold two auctions at the Property Exchange

Thomas Potterton is auctioning two Meath holdings at the Property Exchange, Trim, on 20th October next.

He describes nine acres at Cullentra, Longwood, as a "beautiful small parcel of land occupying a convenient and yet tranquil location, only 15 minutes off the M4."

These two idyllic fields bordered by mature trees would be a fabulous site for a family home, subject to planning permisison, he points out

The lands are very nicely located in unspoilt countryside lying about 4km equal distance from the hamlet of Rathcore and the village of Longwood, 11kms from Enfield while the market town of Trim lies approximately 14km to the northeast.

The lands have been in the same family ownership for a long number of years and have always been maintained in excellent heart and consequently can be found to be in a high state of fertility. The property is laid out in two fields bordered by mature hedgerows and trees. The lands benefit from extensive dual road frontage and therefore are ideally suited to the erection of a residence subject to planning permission from Meath County Council.

Guide Price is €12,000 per acre.

Newhaggard Lane, Bellewstown, Trim, will be offered in one or two lots.

Lot one comprises a derelict single storey house on an acre, guiding €70/€80,000.

Lot two is 27 acres, and lot three is the entire 28 acres and residence. Guide for the lands alone is €10,000 / €12,000 per acre.

The lands have been carefully farmed down through the years through regular rotation of crops and can be found to be in excellent and in a high state of fertility. The property is laid out in three easily workable divisions which are interspersed and bordered by mature hedgerows. The lands also benefit from a natural water supply being bordered by a stream and in addition benefit from extensive frontage onto the Newhaggard Lane. The farm which presently in stubble is capable of growing a broad range of high yielding crops and is also suited to dry stock farming.

Lands can be inspected at any reasonable hour. Call Thomas Potterton (046) 943 1391 for more info.