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Killyvanny Quarry, Ballyhaise, Co. Cavan

€250,000 - Guide Price For Sale by Auction

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Killyvanny Quarry, Ballyhaise, Co. Cavan

€250,000 - AMV|

The Quarry is located in Killyvanny approximately 2.5 km east of Butlers Bridge and 1.5km west of Ballyhaise. Accessibility to the area is good with the nearby N3 providing linking Cavan and Monaghan. Nearby uses in the area are predominant agricultural with pockets of residential throughout.

The property provides for a quarry extending to 6.65 hectares (16.4 acres) with extraction and operations facilities including staff offices, canteen, operational weighbridge and a wheel wash. Rock quarry is contained within a quartz and greywacke conglomerate. Volumes of extraction from the quarry have ranged from 196,000 tonnes in 2008 to 35,000 at a low point in the market in 2011.

Laboratory data which has been supplied suggests that the quarry rock should be suitable for a number of end uses including concrete production, road chippings and sub floor fill however each party are advised to carry out their own levels of due diligence. It is estimated that the quarry can provide an additional 2.1 million tonnes of rock. Average volume over the ten year period of 2004 – 2013 is 110,500 tonnes per annum.

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Carricknaveagh Quarry, Bailleborough, Co. Cavan

€425,000 - AMV|

The Quarry is located 5km southwest of Bailieborough on the R178 Virginia to Bailieborough Road with the quarry bordered by the River Blackwater to the Northwest and agricultural lands surrounding the remainder of the holding.

The lands extend to 38 hectares (93.9 acres) with the working quarry making up approximately 8.4 hectares (20.76 acres) within the northern portion of the lands. The rock quarry is contained within a quartz and greywacke conglomerate. Facilities provided include a weighbridge which incorporates a spray mechanism for dust suppression. A redundant farm complex and dwelling is contained within the lands which have previously been utilised for the storage of machinery and staff facilities. When operational the quarry provided for building stone, crushed stone products and high polished stone chips.

BER exempt