Prime residential farm on the market valued at €7,000/acre
A 53.5ac residential farm with a substantial farmyard located between Bansha and Cahir in Co Tipperary will attract a lot of attention when it comes to auction in September. The sale is guided at between €7,000 and €9,000/ac.
The farm is located in the townslands of Cappauniac and Ballydavid at Bansha and the executor sale will see the property sold in a variety of lots.
The bungalow residence was built in 1998 and is described by Tipperary auctioneer Noel Corcoran as being in fine condition.
The accommodation includes a sun porch, kitchen/dining area, a sitting room, three bedrooms, a bathroom and a garage. The windows are in PVC double-glazing and the heating is provided by oil-fired central heating. The farmyard contains an impressive array of facilities including a small slatted shed, a two-column haybarn with a lean-to, a 20-unit slatted cow byre, a cattle crush and cattle handling facilities.
The farm also contains a traditional two-story residence, the original farmhouse, in need of complete refurbishment.
The lands are made up of prime grazing ground with a parcel of 44ac at Cappauniac laid out in nine fields with an independent water supply.
At auction the place will be offered in a number of combinations and lots.