AUCTION 13 Ac. Roadside Holding James L. Murtagh
LOT 1: Derelict Cottage on 1.12 Acres LOT 2: c.12 Ac. Roadside Agricultural Farm Land

LOT 1: Derelict Cottage on 1.12 Acres

James L. Murtagh Auctioneers are delighted to offer for sale by Public Auction this derelict residence on c.1.12 acres (Lot 1) forming part of the larger c.13 acres at Drumroragh, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan (in one or more lots).

Derelict Cottage

  • As the residence has been vacant for a number of years, the new owners may avail of the Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant.
  • This grant is funded by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage through the Croi Conaithe (Towns) Fund and you apply through your local authority.
  • The grant provides funding for the refurbishment of vacant and derelict homes.
  • One can get a grant of up to '¬¨70,000 to turn a derelict house or building into your permanent home or a rental property.

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LOT 2: c.12 Ac. Roadside Agricultural Farm Land

James L. Murtagh Auctioneers are delighted to offer for sale by Public Auction this derelict residence on c.1.12 acres (Lot 1) forming part of the larger c.13 acres at Drumroragh, Ballyjamesduff, Co. Cavan (in one or more lots).

Property Features

  • This regular shaped holding is laid out in two easily managed neat divisions, all in permanent pasture and of top-quality grazing lands.
  • The lands have several access points and benefits from a connection to a mains water supply through Uisce Eireann.
  • The holding benefits from a derelict residence thereon which is bounded by native trees providing privacy and shelter and offers the new owners an exceptional residential opportunity for redevelopment.
  • The remaining lands are of level topography, extensive dual road frontage and sight lines and as such, would also be ideal for the construction of a dwelling - subject to the necessary planning consent of the Cavan County Council.
  • The setting is exceptional with picturesque views of the surrounding countryside with native trees and natural hedgerows clearly delineating the divisions.

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