Longford farm grosses over £ 1million at online auction – Page 1 of 5
A Longford farm has been sold for more than a million euros in an online auction.
The 70 acre farm, comprising an abandoned residence and excellent quality land, located in Granardkill, Granard, Co Longford, sold for â¬ 1,055,000.
The auction, held on Friday September 24, was conducted by Dillon Murtagh of Murtagh Bros.
Mr Murtagh explained: “The property was in three individual lots, with the entire property also offered as an option, generating a lot of interest in construction. This resulted in a very quick and competitive auction.”
He added: âAfter an overview of all the lots, it was decided by the seller to sell the property as one lot. The property was put on the market for â¬ 1,025,000 and the auction was final. realized was â¬ 1,055,000. “
Lot 1: Balnagall: Derelict residence with farmyard on c. 7.5 Acres – The property consists of an abandoned 2 story period residence with farm buildings surrounded by good quality, well sheltered farmland.
The farmyard consists of a modern 4-bay slatted house, a 4-bay round roof hay barn as well as a range of small outbuildings and a cattle ranch. The lands abut Granard Town and Beechwood Park and are zoned for development as part of the County Longford Development Plan. Utilities are adjacent to the property.
Lot 2: Granardkill – The property consists of c. 47 acres of elevated land in 7 waste free divisions and excellent road frontage suitable for any farming business.
Lot 3: Gallid – The property consists of c. 16 acres with no waste and excellent frontage on the road.
Lot 4: encompassed the entire property