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Kilbeg, Carlanstown, Kells, Meath

Farm Land


Derelict farm house and farmyard on c.68 acres.

A rare opportunity to purchase a substantial block of prime Co. Meath farmland with extensive frontage to three separate roads .

Sol: Brian Crowe & Company Solicitors, 177 Harold’s Cross Rd, Harold’s Cross, Dublin.


The Lands

An absolutely beautiful farm laid out in eight main divisions with frontage to three separate roads.

This substantial holding has been farmed in a traditional manner for an extended period of time and enjoys attractive and mature hedgerows populated with Whitethorn and Ash trees.

The lands are entirely under permanent pasture and is currently producing a top quality sward.

The residence now derelict, is a traditional single storey cottage with a galvanised iron roof situated adjacent to the farmyard.

The farmyard consists of 1 two bay hay shed, a long traditional stone barn and a 2 bay mono-pitch machinery shed.

While the residence and farmyard are in need of extensive redevelopment they offer an ideal opportunity to develop a residence on a mature site in a private location subject to necessary planning permission being obtained.


From Carlanstown procced out the N52 in the direction of Dundalk/ Ardee. Continue past St Michaels Gaelic football club and take the 2nd turn left after the Staholmog petrol station and shop. Continue up this road until you come to the four road crossroads. From this point continue straight across the road taking the next right to arrive at the land and the farmyard or alternatively turn right and the lands are on your left and right on either side of this Carlanstown/ Nobber road.

When travelling from Ardree on the N52 ...

Raymond Potterton & Company

38 Watergate Street, Navan, Co. Meath,

Tel: 046 9027666

Raymond Potterton FIAVI,