One-piece Tipperary land hits the market

Cashel Livestock and Property Sales, has on the market, a 33 acre ‘prime’ portion of ‘first class’ land in Tipperary.

According to Alison De Vere Hunt of the property company, the farm in Knocksaintlour, Cashel, Co. Tipperary is on an elevated site overlooking the town of Cashel.

These lands are all in one block and have ‘great’ cover for livestock with mature hedgerows creating the boundary for all the fields.

De Vere Hunt said: “These lands are currently under permanent pasture and are of exceptional quality and suitable for many agricultural practices.”

“Well laid out in good sized free-draining fields, this is the type of land that can be farmed pretty much all year round.”

Additionally, the entrance to the pitch is only a minute’s drive from the M8 Dublin at Cork Road.

The selling agent thinks this is a property with “lots of hope value”. She said it had “outstanding” views of the iconic Rock of Cashel and the Galtee Mountains and was close to the town of Cashel.

Pictures of Tipperary land for sale

Traditional 3 bedroom farmhouse with ‘charm and character’ for €350k

Meanwhile, ‘The Old Farmhouse’ in Co Wicklow is one of Quinn Property’s first listings to hit the market this year.

The ‘charming’ traditional style 3 bedroom two storey farmhouse ‘full of charm and character’ and sits on a site of approximately 0.5 acre.

According to the sales agents, the property is possibly over 200 years old and spans 152.08m².

Additionally, it enjoys ‘stunning’ views of the surrounding rolling countryside and retains many of its original features.

The agent said the D2-listed residence is in “excellent” condition throughout.

The real estate agent sees it as a “perfect opportunity to acquire a unique home in a picturesque and highly sought-after location”.

The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, lounge and bathroom.

The agent is asking €350,000 for this ad. Read more.

Photos: Traditional 3 bedroom farmhouse with ‘charm and character’ for €350k

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