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Killowney Little, Ballymackey, Nenagh, County Tipperary

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LANDS TO LET BY TENDER

Killowney Little & Garranthurles, Ballymackey, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary 24.32 Hectares (60.09 acres) of lands all in permanent pasture, well fenced in easily managed paddocks and have piped water from private well and internal farm roadways. They also include silage slab, 3 bay hayshed with double lean too incorporating covered feed apron and 3 slatted pens (slat mats and rubber on slats), 4 bay slatted shed with slat matts/rubber, 3 bay lean to building opening on to a concrete gathering yard with cattle crush and slatted tank in yard, 3 bay haybarn style cubicle shed with lean too cubicle shed and 3 bay slatted feeding area to front of cubicle sheds (note cubicles and automatic scrapers need to be replaced), old 5 unit milking parlour and some assorted outbuildings. Private well and electricity connection. To let for a period of 7 years from 1-1-23 (Vacant possession of sheds/yard 15-3-23). With rent 5 yearly review. Lands to be let with 23.58 entitlements. The 2022 value of the entitlements was €341.24 unit value (€491.38 greening inclusive). Maps and further details available on request.
All of the above to let for a period of 7 years from 1-1-23. With rent 5 yearly review. Lands to be let with 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 eoin@readillon.ie.



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