South Lodge Stud Farm, Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary, has just hit the market through Wilson Auctions, with an advised minimum value (AMV) of €1.2 million, writes farming journalist, Catherina Cunnane.
The property, which extends to circa 122.68-acres, will come under the hammer in a live virtual online public auction at 2 pm Wednesday, June 14th, 2023, at Wilsons Auctions, Kingswood Interchange, Naas Road, Dublin 22.
Centrally based on the lands is a 4768sq.ft two-story Georgian manor house, stable yards, and staff accommodation.
The main house comprises six bedrooms and bathrooms, a large entrance hall, dining and drawing rooms, a study, a kitchen, a breakfast room, a rear lobby, a laundry, and a utility.
Moreover, there are 54 stables in 3 yards contained in a courtyard, with an American barn, large barns, storerooms and associated equestrian facilities and also the added benefit of a 1175sq.ft staff bungalow.
The lands are all in one block in large, open-plan divisions and paddocks bound by mature hedging and stud fencing.
The lands are all in grass of superb quality dotted with specimen trees suitable for most types of farming or equestrian interests, according to the selling agent.
South Lodge Stud Farm boasts road frontage onto the N76 and a minor road and is located on the Clonmel to Kilkenny Road and is 10km from the town of Carrick-On-Suir.
The area is famed for the numerous thoroughbred stud farms to include the world-class Coolmore Stud, the spokesperson added.
The farm is 10km from Carrick-on-Suir, 17km from Clonmel, 36km from Waterford and 39km from Cashel.
Previous property articles on That’s Farming:
- 13ac parcel of land guiding at €250,000 (just over €19,000/ac)
- 42ac of land ‘ideal’ for farming guiding at €18,000/ac
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