Prime farm land in midlands up for auction with guide price of €9,375 per acre
Prime farm land in the midlands is going up for auction with a guide price of €300,000 or €9,375 per acre.
Matt Dunne Auctioneer has been instructed by the representatives of the late Melvie O’Rourke to sell 32 acres of prime agricultural land at Ballydownan, Geashill.
This compact holding has extensive road frontage onto the Cloneygowan/ Portarlington road (R420) and would ideally suit a once off house subject to obtaining the necessary planning from Offaly County Council. Mains water and electricity are close by.
The land is currently divided into two fields of cereals and grass. The land is being sold by public auction on Tuesday, October 12 at 3pm in the Heritage Hotel, Killenard.
Two men have been arrested after a man was allegedly stabbed in the face during a violent row in Longford last night.
The guide price is €300,000 or €9,375 per acre. All interested parties must register with the Auctioneers office beforehand.
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