A large holding comprising circa 124ac/50ha in Co Tipperary has just hit the market.
Joint selling agents, REA Stokes and Quirke and P.F. Quirke & Co. Ltd are seeking €1.9 million for the property in Sladagh, Fethard.
According to the agents, the land is currently a mix of tillage and grass with a small area planted.
They view this as “a rare opportunity to purchase a substantial block of land in an excellent location”.
It has “extensive” road frontage onto two roads and provides easy access to Clonmel and Fethard.
The holding benefits from an old-style farmyard that briefly comprises a large concrete yard with a five-span open-sided roll and a top haybarn with a five-span lean-to there off.
According to the agent, there are concrete floors and cattle pens.
Besides, it also has a three-span roll-top haybarn with stables there off with a range of older farm buildings, cattle handling facilities and silage pits.
The agents view the remains of an old residence centrally located thereon as an “added benefit”.
The property boasts “fantastic” with “great” views of The Comeraghs, Slievenamon and the surrounding countryside.
Photos of Tipperary holding
€265,000 4-bed detached residence a ‘perfect starter home’
Meanwhile, Farrell Auctioneers believes its newest listing in Gort, Co Galway, a 4-bed detached house, “would make the perfect starter home”.
Colm Farrell, auctioneer, has also suggested that the residence would be “ideal” for someone wishing to downsize to be close to all amenities.
The property firm is seeking €265,000 for the residence on 0.26ac in the “fantastic location” of Garrabeg.
Furthermore, there is also an option to purchase a site at the property’s rear.
Farrell said the property is “just a stone’s throw from all the amenities that Gort town has to offer”.
The property itself extends to approx. 80 sq. m. and includes kitchen, cloakroom, sitting room, four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Read this listing in full.