CCM Property, Mitchelstown, has a residential farm comprising of circa 35.5ac for sale on the outskirts of Mitchelstown, Co Cork.

There is an option to purchase in one or more lots.

This property is in an excellent location for a number of reasons. Located 1km out the Ballygiblin/Ballyporeen road it is a short walk from the town centre.

The main land block of 33ac of limestone land is described as extremely dry.
The house may offer B&B potential and with Mitchelstown located at the crossroads of Munster, there are a lot of amenities both locally and within a short drive of the town.

The farmhouse is a two-storey dwelling encompassing almost 1,600sq ft. It has oil-fired central heating and a private well. The residence has four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms a utility and kitchen.

There is a long barn that is attached to the house and would lend itself to being converted into accommodation. This, along with two storage buildings in the yard, help to form a small courtyard at the rear of the house and offer privacy from the road.

CCM Property has a 35ac of land and a dwelling for sale on the outskirts of Mitchelstown.

Lot 1, consists of the larger land block, made up of 33ac that is described as exceptionally dry limestone land. Also included in this lot are two lean-to sheds and a silage slab. This is guided at €12,000/ac. It is laid out in one block and split into three fields. Currently all in grass, it is bounded by forestry on the eastern ditches and has road frontage on the southern boundary.

Lot 2, comprises of 2.4ac of low-lying ground situated closer to the town. It is suitable for grazing and is on the banks of the Gradogue River. The guide price for lot 2 is €5,000/ac.

Lot 3, is the farmhouse set on one acre with a number of outbuildings. This is guided at €150,000.

Eamonn O’Brien of CCM property said: “This is an ideal opportunity for an investor or a farmer. There are plenty options available with this property. To date, the guide price has been met but it’s still firmly on the market as we continue to receive good interest in it.”