Fairytale offering with 100 acres in Limerick
Village holding in 'hilltop of the little fairies' offers four-bedroom bungalow on a substantial parcel for a guide price of €875k
If you would like to live in a place that rejoices in an interesting and exotic name then look no further than Knockballyfookeen near Pallasgreen, Co Limerick.
You could be the proud owner of a 100ac residential farm, part of which is to be found in the said Knockballyfookeen (the hilltop of the little fairies), while another section is in the townlands of Ballyhurst, Kilduff and Tullabeg.
Located close to the village of Pallasgreen, the farm is divided and has considerable frontage onto the main Limerick to Tipperary road.
The farm is to be offered in lots when it goes to auction later this month and a guide price of €875,000 is being quoted.
Lot one consists of a four-bedroom bungalow with a farmyard set on 36ac at Tullabeg, Pallasgreen.
Tipperary town auctioneer Mark Donovan describes the 1970s bungalow as solid and sound but needing modernisation. The farmyard consists of a slatted shed, built in 2007, and a number of more traditional farm buildings.
The land is described as good grazing ground that is well cared for, well watered and fenced with plenty of road frontage. This lot is being guided at between €350,000 and €400,000.