South Tipperary Land for Auction – November 26th 2014
A 38 acre farm with buildings on the outskirts of Clogheen is coming to auction on November 26th 2014.
The area between the Knockmealdown and Galty Mountain ranges in South Tipperary has long been renowned for its exceptional agricultural land. This farm which comes up for auction on November 26th is no exception. It is an attractive 38 acre property conveniently laid out in a single block consisting of 6 fields in permanent pasture. The farm enjoys around a half a kilometre of road frontage just outside Clogheen village in South Tipperary, close to Cahir, Clonmel and Mitchelstown.
The land contains the ruins of a two storey farmhouse, with a range of farm buildings located centrally in the holding, including a well maintained 3 bay slatted fattening unit and a cattle crush. The farm has its own water supply in all fields and is fully connected for electricity. One field runs adjacent to the River Duag, a tributary of the River Suir, and the holding has the benefit of mature trees and hedgerows.
The land, which is south facing, has all the facilities to serve as a stand-alone unit but would also be ideal as a fully serviced out-farm to run a replacement dairy heifer herd or a suckler beef operation.
The AMV on this attractive parcel is €230,000 and further information can be obtained by contacting John Stokes on 052 612 1788. The auction takes place in Cahir House Hotel at 3pm on Wednesday November 26th.
The farm can be viewed on the REA Stokes and Quirke Website here.