Nicholas Dwane, auctioneer and valuer, has for sale, a 4-bedroom traditional two-storey farmhouse with outbuildings in Ballinagrana, Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary.
The residential holding, based five minutes from Carrick-on-Suir is guiding at €255,000. According to the selling agent, there is an option to purchase a further acre of land,
Commenting on the listing, Dwane, said: “The house is a traditional two-storey farmhouse with a modern extension to the rear.”
“The house was completely renovated in the last two years tastefully decorated in keeping with the traditional farmhouse style. This family home is very well insulated with zonal heating throughout.”
Accommodation comprises of:
- Entrance hall;
- Double bedroom;
- Large sitting room;
- Dining room;
- Utility room;
- Main bathroom;
- Upstairs: Second bedroom with an en-suite;
- Third bedroom;
- Fourth bedroom.
Services and features:
- Mains water;
- Septic tank;
- Oil-fired central heating;
- The property extends to 1900 square feet.
According to the selling agent, there is a “beautiful, large” old-cut stone building suitable for storage. Besides, there is a large-concreted area for livestock handling.
Location – farmhouse for sale in Tipperary:
The property is centrally located being a short commute from Carrick-on-Suir (5 mins), Kilkenny (30 mins) Clonmel (20 mins) and Waterford City (40mins).
Property features highlighted by the selling agent:
- Located 5 mins from Carrick-on-Suir;
- Option to purchase an extra acre of land;
- Newly renovated in the last year.
According to the property company, the holding is for sale by private treaty or by auction at a further date.
For further information, call Nicholas Dwane Auctioneer & Valuer on: 353(87)2629539 or Tel: +353(58)42064
3-bed cottage on 23-acres in Mayo
Elsewhere, a 3-bedroom cottage on 23.8-acres of agricultural land with outbuildings is for sale in Lurgan, Kilkelly, County Mayo.
Sherry FitzGerald Hanley is handling the sale of the property, with an asking price of €140,000.
Commenting on the G-rated cottage, the selling agent, Gerard Hanley, said: “The house appears to be structurally sound but is in need of modernisation.”
“It holds an elevated position from the road on a large 1-acre mature wooded site. There is a 2-bay hay barn on the site with a large block-built garage and an original stone cottage with a new galvanised roof. There is great potential to restore the cottage to its former glory.”
The land is in front and behind the house, split into two divisions by a minor road.
There are approximately 14.5-acres across the road. According to the property agent, most of this land is well-drained and has good frontage.
Furthermore, there are approximately 7-acres behind the house of “mainly good quality land”.
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