A superb agricultural holding in north County Dublin.
Dublin City Centre - 19 km, Dublin International Airport - 10 km, Swords - 8km
The lands extend to c.320 acres and benefit from excellent road frontage with numerous gated access points and an internal road system. They are also conveniently located close to the M1, M2 and M50 motorways. These are top class arable lands and are ideally suited for all aspects of the agri sector.
The property is located on the edge of Rowlestown village with excellent road frontage and the benefit of some of the best land in North County Dublin, renowned for its fattening qualities and high yielding crop returns. The lands are split with c.128 acres currently in tillage and a further c.192 acres in permanent pasture with the entire holding suitable for both grazing and tillage. Laid out in large well fenced divisions, there is piped water to all paddocks and excellent shelter from mature hedging.
The farmyard has a purpose built facility which can cater for c.200 head and includes a recently constructed slatted unit and a concrete base shed. There is also an extensive concrete yard, cattle handling pens with cattle crush, silage pits and an office. A large machinery/grain store completes the facility.
Rowlestown or Rolestown (Irish: Baile RÃ³il), is a small village 8 km north-west of Swords along the R125 in Fingal. It lies about halfway between Swords and Ashbourne. It is located around two parallel roads intersected by a road which crosses the Broad Meadow River by an old cut stone bridge. Rowlestown is also a parish in the Fingal North deanery of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin. The settlement is located between the R125, which leads to Oldtown and Garristown, and the R106, which leads to Ballyboughal and the Naul to the north, and Dublin Airport to the south.
Public transport is via the 41B Dublin Bus Service serves Rolestown. The bus goes from Dublin city centre through Dublin Airport and Swords, Dublin, terminating at Rolestown Bridge.
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