Located less than 1km from the village of Boherlahan in South Tipperary, a 42-acre grassland holding is new to the market, and it will surely attract some interesting bids, in this highly sought-after part of the country.
The non-residential farm is described by the selling agents, Cashel Marts, as consisting of “prime land”, and is located in the townland of Nodstown South.
Cashel is approximately 7km to the south, Holycross is 7km to the north, and the M8 Dublin-Cork motorway lies just 5km to the east of this property.
“It’s on the edge of the village of Boherlahan,” says Alison De Vere Hunt of Cashel Marts.
“It is accessed through a right of way from the public road, but there is no issue with it, it’s well established.”
The short right of way leads from the R660, the main Cashel-Thurles road.
“It’s all laid out in grass,” says Alison, “in nine divisions.
“There is a derelict cottage on the farm, and it’s in a nicely elevated spot.
“It’s overgrown around the old house, otherwise it’s all in permanent grass.”
There is a good water supply, and electricity, and the farm has been rented out for a number of years. However, according to the selling agents, the tenants have kept the land in good order, and it is being presented to the market in excellent condition.
“It’s in a very good area,” says Alison, “and the ground here would be of very good quality. It’s suitable to go into tillage as well.”
This property should suit expanding dairy farmers from the locality.
The price expectation is in the region of €12,000/acre, or €500,000.