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C. 50 Acres At Caherclough Clonmel, County Tipperary

Price €600,000
  • Size 50 acres²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Circa 50 Acres of Top Quality Free Draining arable
  • Suitable for any Farming Purpose
  • Currently in Stubbles
  • Great scenic rural location Circa 6.5kms from Clonmel & within walkind distance of Monroe GAA Complex
  • Early viewing is recommended
  • Joint Selling Agents: Shee & Hawe, Carrick-on-Suir
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Description


Description
Top Quality free draining lands suitable for any farming purpose laid out in One block enjoying substantial road frontage of a secondary road - The views of Slievenamon & the surrounding countryside has to be seen to be truly appreciated

This lovely located parcel of lands laid out in 3 fields which are interconnected comprising of circa 50 acres is Located on a quiet rural road off the R689, Clonmel / Fethard road, 3.5 Kms from Lisronagh village and 6.5 Kms from Clonmel.

The lands are all arable and are will drained and fenced.(Currently under Stubble) The lands enjoy a southerly and bright aspect, with extensive views of the surrounding countryside.

Joint Selling Agents: Shee & Hawe, Carrick-on-Suir

Features
Circa 50 Acres of Top Quality Free Draining arable
Suitable for any Farming Purpose
Currently in Stubbles
Great scenic rural location Circa 6.5kms from Clonmel & within walkind distance of Monroe GAA Complex
Early viewing is recommended
Joint Selling Agents: Shee & Hawe, Carrick-on-Suir

BER Details
BER: Exempt
Explore Tipperary Tipperary is best known for being the birthplace of GAA, Bulmer's cider and the famous war song 'It's a Long Way to Tipperary' written by Britain's Henry James Williams. The county was established in the 13th century after the Normans invaded Ireland and there is much evidence of the invaders s... Explore Tipperary
PSRA Licence No: 003294

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