Tipperary dairy holding on market for €500,000
Published 10/02/2016 | 02:30
A sweet little farm has come on the market at Ballinahow 3km from Tipperary town on the Mitchelstown road.
The residential farm extends to 45ac and includes a farmhouse and some fine outbuildings. It will be sold at auction with a guide price of €500,000.
Rented by a dairy farmer for a number of years, the farm was used for grazing and fodder provision.
It is all in one field and divided into paddocks by wire fencing with excellent boundary fences and plenty of road frontage.
The holding is described by Mark Donovan of Donovan Auctioneers as a fine farm of land suitable for dairying or drystock.
The residence is a single storey house in good condition.
Accommodation includes three bedrooms, a sitting room, kitchen, along with a shower room and an attic room.
The property is in turnkey condition and is lived in by the owners at present.
The yard includes some lovely old cut-stone buildings in excellent condition and well looked after.
Other outdoor facilities include a haybarn, a cubicle house, fodder storage, some older sheds and a haggart.
The homestead is located at the centre of the farm and reached by an avenue from the road. Mark Donovan expects a lot of local interest in the farm when it comes to auction at the offices of Donovan Auctioneers, Davis Street, Tipperary town at 3pm on Thursday, March 10.