Traditional Finca for 93ac to focus on the €750,000

  • Traditional Finca for 93ac to focus on the €750,000
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    In the not too distant past, a residential farm on 93ac in County Meath was a solid property, size of holding required to approve yourself as a member of the club among the local agristocracy.
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In the not too distant past, a residential farm on 93ac in County Meath was a solid property, size of holding required to approve yourself as a member of the club among the local agristocracy.

Times have changed, and the farm of this size is no longer in trouble, and is regarded rather as a solid basis for viable businesses. However, such a holding in place Mit is a valuable feature with a wide range of options.


So, a residential farm 93ac in Bogganstown, Drumree in the Royal County coming up for auction next month is sure to draw attention. The property which includes a house in need of repair (above), focuses on the sale of Jordan auctioneers of €750,000.

Located 7 km from Dunshaughlin, 11 km from Castleknock and 13 km from Maynooth, the place has easy access to the M4 and M3 motorways..

It includes a quaint house with a mansard roof in need of repair.

Door has an orchard, several stone sheds, four-column hay shed with dual carports and collecting pens.


The farmstead includes a separate recessed entrance from the Avenue that runs through the fields of pasture.

Right next to the house is a plot of 83.5 AC of pasture that can be sold with the house and outbuildings or as a separate lot.

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C10ac adjoining parcel can be sold separately and has a separate entrance and its own way. It was described by Clive Kavanagh of Jordans as “an excellent piece of hills with beautiful views of the Wicklow mountains”.

Mr Kavanagh says: “This property has huge potential and will be a perfect equestrian school or drystock farm. It would also be ideal for those who want to buy a holding in the vicinity of the city.”

The property will be sold at auction at the Glenroyal hotel, Maynooth on 3 days, Wednesday, October 17.

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