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For Sale by Public Auction on Thursday 7th July at 3pm in The Riverbank Hotel, Wexford (1 or 2 lots).
The C. 16 acres is an excellent quality piece of land suitable for all types of farming but currently under tillage. The land has its own access and is bounded on one end by a stream. AMV €180,000.
The lands form part of a residential holding which is being offered for sale by Public Auction in one or two lots. Lots are as follows:
Lots 1: Residence standing on C. 1.5 acres - AMV €370,000.
Lots 2: C. 16 acres - AMV €180,000.
Lot 3: The Entire - AMV €550,000.
Legal: Val Stone, Stone Solicitors LLP, The Bull Ring, Wexford 0539146144.
Excellent opportunity to acquire a substantial residential holding in a great location just 12kms from Wexford Town, 7kms from Curracloe Beach, 4kms from Ballymurn Village and 3kms from Screen Village.
Lot 1: Comprises of a fine detached house built C.1999 which is approached by a winding avenue with lovely mature gardens, shrubbery, trees and orchard. There are two small paddocks ideal for a pony and a fine A frame shed with this lot which stands on a total area of 1.5 acres. The residence briefly comprises 4 bedrooms (2 en-Suite) 2 reception rooms, kitchen, utility and bathroom. Fibre Broadband Available.
Lot 2: This is an excellent quality piece of land suitable for all types of farming but currently under tillage. The land has its own access and is bounded on one end by a stream.
Lot 3 The Entire.
Further Details and maps available on request. Contact Gary Quinn 0862511892.
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