Top quality tip land arouses great interest
Tipperary is out of the real estate traps earlier this year as farms large and small enter the market.
Shee & Hawe is processing the sale of a roadside 123ac farm in Grangemockler, 13km from Callan and 20km from Clonmel.
The farm, which is 2km from Grangemockler and divided by the N76 Kilkenny-Clonmel road, is described as being of very good quality land with plenty of road frontage and suitable for cultivation or grazing.
The main body is contained within a 100ac block of versatile soil that has been grass covered for the past seven years. Before that it was engaged in grain and root crops with a history of growing corn and potatoes.
There is a 23ac block right across the street that has always been on pasture.
In addition to the excellent street frontage, the property has roadside assistance available.
According to David Shee, there has been a lot of interest in the property, from locals and parties outside the county.
With a target price of €13,000/ac, the property will be auctioned at 12 noon on Friday 3 March at the Carraig Hotel, Carrick-on-Suir.
45.5 ac residential farm on the outskirts of Fethard
Staying at South Tipperary, a 45.5 ac residential farm in Brodeen, Fethard has a modest farmhouse, a good range of serviceable modern sheds and plenty of street frontage.
It will surely attract buyers from the hobby market as well as those looking to expand an existing business.
It will be sold privately at a guide price of €800,000.
The farm is on the Cashel Road and just a kilometer from Fethard, about 250m from the road.
The soil is described by Pat Quirke of PF Quirke as good quality land currently overgrown with grass.
Divided into a number of neatly fenced paddocks all watered, the farm is suitable for beef or dairy farming and would be ideal for raising spares or grazing.
The farm is situated in a beautiful hilly landscape with a wonderful view and is dotted with trees that bear a lot of wood.
The farm is set back from the street and can be reached via its own avenue.
The two-story house is in good condition and well looked after. It has central heating.
There is a fitted kitchen/dining room, a living room with a solid fuel stove and a fitted utility room whilst upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom.
According to Pat Quirke, the home’s presence is a valuable asset when seeking planning permission.
Farm buildings include a recently constructed six bay double sided slatted barn with an internal feeding alley and an outdoor feeding area under an overhang. Mr. Quirke describes it as a “good airy shed”.
There is also a traditional three-pillared hay barn and shelter.
The private sale is estimated at €800,000.
32.3ac Farm ‘in a beautiful part of the country’
In the same general area, Mr. Quirke is also handling the sale of a 32.3 ac arable farm in Kilgrogy, Ardfinnan for a target price of €450,000.
The land is 5km from Ardfinnan and 10km from Cahir and is described as first class soil currently being worked but suitable for many purposes.
“The farm is in a beautiful part of the country in the shadow of the Knockmealdown Mountains, fronting the River Tar,” said Mr Quirke.
“It is a fantastic piece of land, in excellent condition and subject to planning permission, ideal for development into a residential community.”
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