43 ACRES - CASTLEPOLLARD, CASLANAKIRKA,
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REA TE Potterton (Trim)
PSR Licence: 001255
WEDNESDAY 19th OCTOBER AT 3PM
At the Property Exchange Trim Co Meath
An attractive non residential farm enjoying extensive road frontage sloping down to the River Glore.
CASLANAKIRKA, CASTLEPOLLARD, CO. WESTMEATH
Attractive non residential farm.
Castlepollard 4km. Oldcastle 14km.
Laid out in convenient divisions.
Small cattle shed, pen & water..
View: any reasonable hour. Ref: Thomas Potterton 046 9431391
Sols: James Walsh, Keaveny Walsh & Co. Kells.
SITUATION & DESCRIPTION:
The property is nicely located occupying a pleasant rural location yet lying only a short distance off the R195 Castlepollard / Fore road, about 4km north of Castlepollard and 14km southwest of Oldcastle in completely unspoilt rolling countryside, renowned for its many lakes including Lough Lene and Lough Derravaragh.
The village of Castlepollard which can trace its origins back to the early 19th century has largely developed around the triangular village green. Today it is a vibrant place with a good choice of shops, bars, hotel (presently being renovated) together with schools and churches.
Leisure pursuits in and around the area include the Mullaghmeen Forest Park which is the largest beech plantation in Europe and a haven for walkers and picnickers amongst the beech, sitka spruce, scots pine and the flora and fauna. In addition there is a good choice of GAA and soccer clubs as well as boating and fishing on the nearby lakes.
The locality is well supported by an established farming infrastructure with livestock markets including Delvin Livestock Mart, abbatoirs, contractors, merchants and other service industries all close at hand.
THE LANDS: The lands being comprised in Folio WH4850F outlined in red on map and extending to about 43 acres / 17.40 hectares. Good farming practice has been employed down through the years resulting in the lands being in good heart, presently all under old pasture. The farm is laid out in convenient divisions intersected by mature well kept hedgerows and benefiting from a natural water supply as well as a mains water connection. The farm lends themselves to the erection of a family residence (subject to the necessary planning consent) affording unspoilt views over the undulating landscape. Small cattle shed with pen.
TITLE: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
DIRECTIONS: From Castlepollard take the R195 for a short distance towards Fore. Turn left at Cresley Cross (see agents directional sign) and continue for a short distance to Y junction keeping left whereupon the lands can be found after a short distance on the right hand side identified by the agents for sale board.
SERVICES: Natural water supply & mains water.
VIEWING: Any reasonable hour. Enqs: Thomas Potterton 046 9431391.
SOLICITORS: James Walsh, Keaveny Walsh & Co., Headfort Place, Kells, Co. Meath. Tel: 046 9240004.
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