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Cowbawn, Cloughjordan, Nenagh, County Tipperary

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Cowbawn, Cloughjordan 25.49 ha (62.98 acres) of good quality lands with road frontage to the main Cloughjordan to Shinrone road and also access from the rear via a narrow lane. It has the benefit of an old silage pit and 5 bay hay barn stye building with a concrete floor. This building can only be used to store machinery/straw. There is also a private well/pump and electricity on the lands (Note owner well has not been active in 25 years and owner will recommission same before lease starts. Mains water is also available but water pressure is low. The lands are laid out in 10 fields but could easily be subdivided into more manageable paddocks. They are all in grass. There are drinking points, piped water and electric fence around the fields but we would expect that the new tenant will want to replace same.

To let for a period of 5 years from 1-1-23. Lands to be let naked of entitlements. Maps and further details available on request.
Note Successful applicants will be required to sign the standard IFA Master lease as amended and sample of same is available on request.

Submissions of interest to include landlord/trade references, accountant`s/Agri Consultants recommendation letter to be received at our office no later than 5 pm on Thursday the 14th of February by post REA Eoin Dillon 42 Kenyon Street, Nenagh or email only
REA EOIN DILLON 067-33468 PSRA licence no 001790

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PSRA Licence No: 001790

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