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Ballinahemery Nenagh, Tipperary

At a glance...

  • 22.95 Hectares (56.71 acres) of prime grasslands.
  • Lands to be auctioned on Thursday 29th Oct 2020 (subject to change re Covid-19 guidelines)
  • Folio TY33876.
  • Solicitors with carriage of sale - Duncan Hodgins, Hodgins McKeever Solicitors.
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Rea Eoin Dillon are delighted to bring this exceptional farm lands to the market on the instructions of the late Mr. Thomas Hogan. The lands 22.95 Ha (56.71 acres) comprise of prime grasslands, all in one field with extensive road and river frontage, cattle loading/handling facilities and comprised in folio TY33876.

Auction method and venue to be confirmed in line with Covid-19 guidelines in October. Interested parties should register in advance to acquire auction details. Please contact the office by phone on 067 33468 or by e-mail

From Nenagh take the R445 towards Dublin. Proceed past the intersection with the M7 at Junction 24 in the direction of Toomevara and take the next left for Ballymackey. Proceed through Ballymackey and continue approximately 2 km and the lands will be on your left just after crossing over the Ollatrim River. Identified by our sign.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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