76-acre farm near Mitchelstown to be auctioned online in September
The era of public auctions may be back, but not all auctions have returned to the auction house yet.
Cork City’s agricultural consultants and land agents, The Brady Group, have chosen the online option for the sale of a rare 76-acre non-residential farm located near Mitchelstown in north Cork.
The auction will take place on September 2 at 2:30 p.m. via their website, www.bradygroup.ie
The farm is located in the town of Killaclug West, approximately 3 miles from the bustling market town and industrial base of Mitchelstown and just 3.5 miles from the Mitchelstown ring road, which connects the main Cork-Dublin motorway.
It is a rural area, but it is exceptionally well served by the road network, while being within commuting distance of Mitchelstown, Fermoy and Mallow.
The property is shown in its entirety, but there are options to purchase in lots, according to selling agents, who say the farm is available in lots of eight acres and larger.
The farm has significant frontage to the road and, according to Mike Brady, there is good access to all fields.
“The land is well served by an agricultural road,” explains Mike, “and the paddocks make it easier to manage the grasslands. ”
He describes the land as fertile grassland with a proven history of long grazing seasons.
“This farm would suit a commercial farmer or a hobby farmer,” says Mike, adding that it also has no shortage of aesthetic charms, with many mature trees on site, lending a majestic, old-fashioned vibe to the farm.
Although the barnyard requires the construction of a new entrance, there is a good set of useful outbuildings.
These include a livestock shed and feed passage for up to 70 cows, open silage pits, an open slurry / manure store, as well as other sheds. general purpose storage.
The agents cite an AMV of € 600,000.
And, at just under $ 8,000 an acre, that level will certainly get people to bid, but one would expect the price to end up being significantly higher.