Farm Ireland

Saturday 24 March 2018

Embarrassment of riches on offer for buyer of Tipp farm

When Brian Boru drove the Danes from Cashel he took his time before going back to Clare -- the pastures of south Tipperary fattened his cattle too well.

With that in mind, I'm sure the lord of the Dal gCais would have great interest in a 207ac non-residential farm on the banks of the Moyle near Rosegreen and in sight of Cashel.


For sale by private treaty, the farm is laid out in three large divisions and four average divisions. It is well fenced and served by good internal roadways and local mains water.

While suitable for any type of farming, it is an outstanding stock farm for beef, store cattle or sheep.

In terms of buildings, the farm boasts an embarrassment of riches. These include a slatted house with space for up to 500 beef cattle, several lean-to sheds suitable for livestock or machinery, storage buildings, workshops and substantial silage pits.

The property also enjoys substantial road frontage and, with the appropriate planning permission, it could be an ideal residential holding.


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According to selling agent PF Quirke, of Quirke Auctioneers, the farm is part of a bigger farming enterprise and has been well kept over the years.

The property is located two miles from the village of Rosegreen, five miles from Fethard and seven miles from Cashel.

The auctioneer is guiding the holding in the region of €10,000/ac and is happy with the level of interest received for the farm.

"While we have our guide price we will entertain any worthwhile offer in that region," Mr Quirke said.

Jim O'Brien

Irish Independent