Cashel land set to attract much equestrian interest
Big blocks of Golden Vale land so rarely come onto the market that they are always guaranteed to turn heads and this 210ac non-residential farm close to Cashel is no exception.
Located two miles from Rosegreen, seven miles from Cashel, five miles from Fethard and nine miles from Clonmel, the farm is described by auctioneer PF Quirke as good quality and highly productive.
The land is divided into substantial sections and has extensive agricultural buildings, including a slatted house to accommodate 750 beef cattle or more, a range of lean-to straw-bedded sheds ,suitable for cattle or sheep, and a series of other storage sheds, barns and workshops.
The Rosegreen farm is for sale by private treaty and has a guide price of €10,000/ac or €2.1m for the entire. It has road frontage and, given its location in the heart of thoroughbred country, it will be interesting to see whether farmers will get a sniff of the place over equestrian interests.
However, the Rosegreen property is not the only equestrian property up for grabs in Tipperary at the moment as the same auctioneer is also handling the sale of a 29.5ac non-residential property on the outskirts of Clonmel.
The farm at Clashaniska has been designed for keeping horses, with stud railing throughout and sheds and yard equipped in a low-maintenance fashion.
The yard consists of sheds with out-wintering pads for horses, a three-span haybarn and double lean-to and a four-span A-roofed shed.
The south-facing property has internal roadways and the land is described by PF Quirke as "the highest quality." The farm has a guide price of €350,000 and is for sale by private treaty.