Farm Ireland

Monday 18 December 2017

€1m guide as Limerick holding is returned to the market

Jim O'Brien

Jim O'Brien

A house and 85ac at Ballybrood, Caherconlish, Co Limerick, that was on the market in June with 55ac of forestry is back on the market without the forestry, which was sold during the summer.

The remainder of the roadside holding includes a large modern house, top-quality agricultural land and an extensive range of farm buildings.

Selling agent James Lee, of John Lee of Real Estate Alliance, Newport, is guiding the sale at €1m.

The residence is a fine two-storey, over-basement building finished to a high specification.

It includes six bedrooms, a number of reception rooms, a kitchen and an attic. It fronts directly onto a gravel drive, while to the rear is a large decking area enclosed by a wrought iron railing and wall.


The basement includes a games room, pool room, utility room, office, laundry room and a lift that goes to the first floor. Also in the basement is an unfinished indoor swimming pool completed to sub-floor level.

The agricultural land is in good heart and divided into a number of large fields that are all in grass. The property is well fenced throughout, with stud rail fencing to the rear and northern side of the residence. All boundaries comprise both mature hedgerows and timber post and wire fencing.

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The farm buildings include a five-column galvanised shed, a steel-framed calving shed with concrete floor, a three-column galvanised shed with a steel structure and concrete walls, a slatted shed, two cubicle sheds, a six-column slatted shed with a cattle crush and holding pen, a concrete silage yard and a general purpose hayshed.

There are also several derelict properties at the southern side of the holding.

Jim O'Brien

Indo Farming