The lands are situated in the townland of Srah and briefly comprise an irregularly shaped flat agricultural parcel situated 2.5km to the north of the village of Rhode, beside local private bungalows in an attractive rural setting and adjoining other lands also in agricultural use. The lands are flat, in good condition and have been used for tillage purposes in the recent past. There are no farm outbuildings on the land in sale.
We understand that the lands are held under freehold title under Folio 25633F and OY11167.
On the instructions of Mr Declan Taite, Receiver, Duff and Phelps.
190 Acres of Agricultural Lands
2.5km north of Rhode Village
The subject lands are flat and have been used for tillage purposes.
Rhode is situated 9km from Junction 3 on the M6 Motorway at Rochfortbridge and 67km from the M50 in Dublin. Rhode is a very well-known village in County Offaly, and is situated on the R400 at its junction with the R441, which leads to Edenderry, the nearest town, which is located 12km east of Rhode. The modern village of Rhode developed around a peat-burning power plant operated by the Electricity Supply Board, which was supplied with milled peat by Bord na Móna although demolished some years ago. The village of Rhode has a population of approx. 800 people and has local amenities to include schools, church, shops and a GAA club.