Tom Crosse, GVM, is guiding at €10k an acre for this Meanus farm
A SIXTY EIGHT acre county Limerick farm has just come on the market but there is already keen interest in the holding.
GVM has the sale, by private treaty, of the land at Caherguillamore, Meanus. GVM group property director, Tom Crosse describes it as a “proper farm” on the road linking Holycross to Meanus.
“There is frontage to two roads. This quality farm is laid out in easily managed divisions and is well watered and fenced. There is a two storey residence thereon which is in need of repair. There is a slatted shed, yard, silage slab and good ancillary out offices.
“There is extensive road frontage. It is an ideal farm for dairying, beef or equestrian use. Water and power connected,” said Mr Crosse.
The auctioneer is guiding around €10,000 an acre.
“There is excellent land in that part of the county. There is a lot of dairy men and a mix of good beef men too in that area,” said Mr Crosse.
It would be an ideal property for dairy farmers, operating nearby, who wish to expand and increase their herd. And if there is a bidding war it could easily go much higher than €10,000 an acre
“It could also operate as a self-contained dairy unit or a good beef farm,” said Mr Crosse, who already has expressions of interest despite the farm only coming to the market.
From Limerick proceed out the main road to Bruff, turn right at Riordan’s Pub and proceed for around two kilometres. This hugely attractive farm is located on the right hand side before the village.
Inspection of this exceptional holding is very highly recommended. Full details on request from Mr Crosse 087 2547717 or his GVM colleague John O’Connell 087 6470746.