For Sale “As Is” but….. Rathdaniel Farmstead, Barn & Farm-buildings & Farmyard, on 0.64 acres At Rathdaniel, Collon, Co. Louth. (additional land available – up to 10 acres)
Great opportunity to reinstate an attractive farmstead, to its former glory, and possibly add a modern twist to it.!
Nice South Facing slope, Elevated position, with views. In a peaceful country location , yet close to several private houses. Large 0.64 Acre Site, c.140ft road frontage. (Additional land available – up to 10 acres available.
Own water supply from own well. Old septic tank on site. There are 3 buildings in the farmyard.
Internal 16.5 metre x 4.60 metre = 75.9 s.mtrs x 2 storied settings 9.5 x 4.60 = 43.7 s.mtrs 1196 = 1289 sq.ft
Barn to the West side:
13.7 m x 8.9 metre = 121.93 s.mtrs= 1312sq.ft
Rear Shed :
4.8 m x 15.8 m = 75.84s.mtrs = 816sq.ft
GLAS Traditional Farm Buildings Grant Scheme
2009 – ongoing
An annual grants scheme for the conservation and repair of traditional farm buildings and related
The GLAS traditional farm buildings grant scheme continues to build upon the success of the REPS4 Traditional Farm Buildings Grant Scheme (2007-2013) when more than 350 buildings throughout Ireland were conserved for agricultural use and over 140 previously unknown roosts of protected species were discovered and conserved. The first tranche of the GLAS traditional farm buildings grant scheme in 2016 supported 49 applicants to conserve 72 buildings and other related structures.
A selection of projects supported under the grant scheme can be viewed here:
Grants will be made available to GLAS participants to carry out approved conservation works to traditional farm buildings, including roofs, walls, structural repairs, windows and doors. Grants will also be available for other related structures such as historic yard surfaces and landscape features around the farmyard such as walls, gate pillars and gates. To be eligible for the scheme, buildings and other related structures must have architectural or vernacular heritage character, make a contribution to their setting and not be overwhelmed by large-scale modern buildings. The grant scheme is highly competitive and it is expected that 50 - 70 projects a year can be supported. It will be an objective of the scheme that a reasonable geographical spread of projects is achieved.
The principal objective of this scheme is to ensure that traditional farm buildings and other related structures for farmers in the Green Low-Carbon Agri-Environment Scheme (GLAS)
Sat nav - 53.785856,-6.437370
.6 Miles of Tinure Village
1.7miles east of Collon Village.