Home » News » 320 acre Burren farm for auction
Glenslade, Carron

320 acre Burren farm for auction

A  325 acre residential farm in the Burren, where the parishes of Carron and Ballyvaughan meet, is to be sold at public auction.

Described as a ‘one off’ property by Vaughan Hannon, auctioneers;  Glenslade, Carron offers any purchaser huge potential for farming in the Burren, with support, both knowledge led and financial based, from organisations such as BurrenLife.

The owner, who was previously involved in the BurrenLife project and REPS, farmed a sucker herd, claimed entitlements in 2014 and had a lot of work done to improve the farm, such as rainwater harvesting, which feed water to troughs throughout the land.

The house is a two storey farmhouse with a new roof; however the house is in need of modernisation/renovation.

Offered as one lot, the public auction will be held in the Old Ground Hotel, Ennis on May 15.

About Austin Hobbs

Austin Hobbs

Check Also

Tina Kenneally and Fiona Moloney, mothers of Shay and Jack holding the new rugby cup at the Ennis Rugby Club. Photograph by Paul Corey.

Brothers in Arms Legacy Lives On

TWO Ennis families will come together, a year on from Ennis Rugby Club’s U-15s North …

error: Content is protected !!