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Meath stud farm on 62 acres sells for £3.35m at auction

Yesterday marked 21 years since Willie Coonan dropped the hammer on a 62 acre stud farm, Dolly’s Grove in Meath. The property sold for £3.35 million, making it one of the biggest prices paid at auction for a stud farm close to Dublin during that time.

Dolly’s Grove, the Meath home of fashion designer Pat Crowley and her late husband businessman Conor Crowley sold at auction …

Dolly’s Grove, the Meath home of fashion designer Pat Crowely and her late husband businessman Conor Crowley sold at auction yesterday for £3.35 million (4.25m). The fine Georgian house on a 62-acre stud farm was guiding £2 million (2.54m) before the auction but with four active bidders in the room it was declared on the market at £2.85 million (3.62m). The stud, which the Crowleys bought 10 years ago, is hidden away in a lovely rural setting less than four miles from Dunboyne, on the Maynooth side of the village. Auctioneer Willy Coonan, who was joint selling agent with Jackson Stops, dropped the hammer on the final bid making it one of the biggest prices paid at auction for a stud farm close to Dublin in recent years.

https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/homes-and-property/meath-stud-farm-on-62-acres-sells-for-3-35m-at-auction-1.314164

Article from the Irish Times archive.

on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 in News

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