Three cork stocks ranging from 34ac to 103ac are launched

Cork auctioneers always have more clients than land, and they tell me that any farm property that comes on the market in Rebel County is being bought quickly.

Among the farms for sale in Co Cork is a 103ac holding in Lisashandrum West, 1 mile from Berrings on the R579.

The property is 13 km north west of Cork city, not far from Ballincollig.

With a lot of front to the R579 the farm is bisected by it at one point.


Most of the soil is grass

Laid out on up to 17 fields, most of the soil is grass, some with tillage potential, while a portion at the rear of the property is rougher grazed.

There is a semi-ruined house and a number of outdated farm buildings including barns with shelters and some open sheds.

Blarney auctioneer Dan Fleming is leading the private contract sale for €12,000/ac. He anticipates interest from all areas of agriculture and keen local competition for the property.

34ac residential farm in Drinagh

Clonakilty auctioneer John Hodnett is handling the sale of a 34ac residential farm in Knockmore, Drinagh. The property is on the private contract market with a guide price of €250,000 to €300,000.

This traditional style farm is 1 mile from Drinagh, 9 miles north east of Skibbereen and 15 miles north west of Clonakilty.


The farm at Drinagh can be purchased in three plots – two adjoining plots of 16ac and one plot of 1.58 alone.

The land is pastured, securely fenced and street fronted on two sides. Described as good quality soil, needs to be reseeded.

Although the two-storey farmhouse has fallen into disrepair, the auctioneer believes it has potential for renovation or could be replaced.


The land is divided into small fields by hedges, while the house and buildings need complete renovation.

The outbuildings consist of a barn and a number of dated stone buildings.

It can be sold in one or three lots, with the house on 16ac being the first, another 16ac being the second, while a 1.6ac lot being the last lot.


Drinagh Farm has an abundance of trees which provide plenty of shelter.

Kinsale land is listed at €13,000-14,000

A stay in West Cork, a 36.6 ac non-residential property in Coolvallanane, Kinsale is sure to attract interest from local agriculture.

Ernest Forde of Hodnett Forde is leading the sale at a price of €13,000-14,000/ac and the property is also being offered.


The farm at Coolvallanane, Kinsale is a mix of grass and tillage

Approximately 3km from Kinsale and 20 minutes from Cork city, the grounds, which are currently a mix of grass and arable land, are described as being of the highest quality and laid out in one block.

With a good frontage to two streets the farm would make an ideal hobby farm or an extension of an existing business.


The crops at Kinsale Farm are spring barley.

“It’s all workable land and suitable for a range of agricultural purposes,” Mr Forde said.

The site can be purchased as a whole or in lots – a 32 Ac plot and a 4.6 Ac plot.


The farm can be bought in two plots or as a whole. Three cork stocks ranging from 34ac to 103ac are launched

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