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Milltown Farm in Kilskyre, Kells, is a rare opportunity for a new dairy entrant or established operator

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The three lots that are also available as one unit

The three lots that are also available as one unit

There’s plenty of space to accommodate dairy cows

There’s plenty of space to accommodate dairy cows

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The three lots that are also available as one unit

Seldom does the opportunity arise where one gets to purchase such a productive agricultural holding that extends into two counties.

Encompassing c. 139 acres, Milltown Farm in Co Meath is a well-established farm operation laid out in three adjacent divisions and is available in its entirety or three lots.

Lot one is c.70 acres at Milltown Td. laid out in one block with the buildings. Services include mains electricity along with public water supply and water from a private well.

Lot two is c. 33 acres at Milltown Td. laid out in one division, without buildings. Frontage to the Milltown River and the L6822, being located on the opposite side of the road to Lot one.

Lot three is c. 36 acres at Killua Td. laid out in one division, without buildings. Cul de sac access off the N52. Frontage to the Milltown River over which there is a private bridge to connect with Lot one.

Milltown Farm was home of the Kilskyre Dairy herd. The Kilskyre Jane Cow family was a success in breeding over the years and the full herd dispersed in two successful sales in 2021.

The farm is primarily laid under grassland pasture largely laid out in paddocks and meadow ground.

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The farmyard, built around a 10-unit Herringbone parlour, comprises a vast combination of slatted, cubicle and dry-bedded livestock housing to accommodate cows and followers including calves; cattle handing facilities; slurry and effluent storage as well as a 330,000 gallon slurry store; silage pits; barns and more.

The farmyard also incorporates the former stone stables of the adjoining Milltown House.

Perfect as a dairy operation, this holding with its apparent high-quality land, its high state of fertility and its convenient location, is likely equally suited to a range of alternative or complimentary uses which could include equine operations, agri-tourism and or hospitality.

The farm is a few minutes’ drive from the villages of Kilskyre and Clonmellon. Between the two is a good range of local conveniences, necessities and amenities are catered for.

Selling agent Quillsen recommends that Milltown Farm be visited and viewed by prior arrangement through their offices, telephone 046 902 2100 or email: enquire@quillsen.ie


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