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A chance to ditch the office

Ballymacus Farm
Co. Cork

FOR those who dream of leaving city life behind, then this latest plot up for sale in Ireland could be just the ticket.


Ballymacus Farm offers buyers a chance to ditch the office for the outdoors of picturesque Co. Cork. This impressive nonresidential farm has quality lands and is superbly positioned, being set over looking Oysterhaven Bay. Extending to approximately 109 hectares (270 acres) the farm is being offered for sale in its entirety.

This farm represents a quality arable farm with easily managed divisions, a superb coastal position and a pleasant undulating aspect. The majority of the farm is in tillage production and laid out in five principal divisions, with the balance of the farm comprising pasturage along the headland areas.

While currently in tillage the farm would be equally suitable for use as dairying, dry stock or mixed enterprise farming, albeit with fencing and the provision of services and buildings required. An existing but dated farmstead could provide a basis for a modern farm yard.

Set at the southeastern end of the peninsula at Breghane Point and facing across to Oysterhaven Bay the splendid mix of undulating hills, dramatic coastline and expansive sea views gives an extremely pleasant feel to the farm. Kinsale town is just 6km from the farm, while Cork City is a 29km drive away.

For further details contact David Ashmore of Sherry FitzGerald Ballsbridge on 00353 1 237 6300.


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