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Northern Ireland
County average up by £2,500/acre
Peter McCann
The Oakleaf County continues to rank fifth place across northern counties for land price.
24 March 2022 Pedigree
Supply drops whilst demand rises
Land prices in Fermanagh rose last year and a tighter supply of land coming on the market was a key influence.
15 March 2022 Features
Legal Matters: tax and subsidy issues with solar farms
A reader has been in touch with agri solicitor Aisling Meehan regarding the development of solar farm on their land. They worry it might have tax implications for the future generations.
Mayo mountain and seaside farm
This unique Mayo parcel is offered for sale as a limited company.
23 February 2022 For Sale
Prime Kildare land heads for auction
A farm in the heart of Kildare is coming for auction in early March and is offered in either one or two lots.
23 February 2022 For Sale
130ac dairy farm on offer in Antrim
The main farm near Glarryford includes the farmyard, a three-bedroom house and 61ac of land.
16 February 2022 Property
Low-lying land to mountain highs in Tipp
A farm for auction in South Tipperary has something for all with tillage ground and mountain grazing rights up for auction in early March.
2 February 2022 For Sale
Options galore in mixed Donegal property
Forestry, grazing and residential options are all options in this 38ac holding in Co Donegal.
26 January 2022 For Sale
Land prices well up in 2021 – Cork auctioneer
CCM also reports land is selling quicker and that banks are happy to lend to farmers for land purchases.
29 December 2021 Property
Feel like the fresh prince for €5m
A 345ac estate and period residence with a modern dairy unit is on the market in the heart of Ireland and is sure to appeal to a wide variety of potential purchasers.
8 December 2021 For Sale
100ac residential farm in Fermanagh on the market
A large residential farm has been offered up for sale in Co Fermanagh with a guide price of £1.1m, or €1.3m Peter McCann writes.
10 November 2021 Property
Fairy fort on your farm or in your village? Superstitious about that?
Janine Kennedy speaks with folklorist Shane Lehane to get the facts about the history and superstitions of these Iron Age dwellings.
27 October 2021 Features