Agricultural Property Location: Lanespark, Ballynonty, Thurles, Co. Tipperary.
James L. Murtagh Auctioneers are delighted to offer for sale by public auction this superb c.76.5 Acre residential farm and will be offered for sale in one or more lots as follows;
Lot 1: Residence and outbuildings on c.3.2 acres
This imposing Neo-Georgian property, dating back to the early 1900’s and retains much of its early character and form and is accessed through the front door with leaded fanlight overhead. The stairs at the end of the hallway provide access to the first floor which comprises of three bedrooms, each of which enjoys views of the countryside, (master ensuite, closet) and main bathroom. On the ground floor, there is a sitting room to the left off the hallway, with a large Waterford Stanley cast iron stove with back boiler linked to the radiators and double doors leading to the grounds. The living room has double aspect views from the symmetrical sash windows and a Ecco 730 Silicon Carbide stove. Off the foyer/ dining area is the back hallway, bedroom, w.c, large master bedroom with double aspect views and the master ensuite with smart radiator. The boot/utility room is also entered from the dining area, following on to the kitchen which has double doors leading out to the patio, gardens, courtyard and outbuildings. The spacious and welcoming kitchen is flooded with natural light and has many features worth noting, fully fitted units with large island, ceramic Belfast sink, Everhot range and Quooker tap always providing permanent boiling water. The stair in the kitchen leads to the lofted studio.
Ground Floor accommodation:
Foyer – 2.10m x 6.18m
Sitting room – 4.90m x 6.18m
Living room – 4.90m x 6.14m
Dining area – 4.89m x 4.34m
Utility/Boot Room – 6.04m x 2.18m
Kitchen – 5.12m x 6.51m
Hallway- 5.37m x 2.55m
Bedroom – 2.53m x 2.30m
Master Bedroom – 5.15m x 5.39m
Master ensuite – 3.14m x 5.52m
First Floor accommodation:
Bedroom 1 – 4.91m x 2.99m (master ensuite)
Bedroom 2 – 4.87m x 3m
Bedroom 3- 4.86m x 2.97m
Bathroom – 3.02m x 2.97m
Hall – 2.08m x 6.15m
Lofted Studio – 5.06m x 6.72m
The house was extended with the conversion of the adjoining stone outbuildings. The farmyard and equestrian facilities are situated beyond the main house and incorporates three stables, tack room, 5 bay hayshed, cattle pen and handling facilities.
The property is approached over a long winding, tree lined avenue leading into the farmyard, stables and to the courtyard and is surrounded by mature native trees offering peace and privacy in an idyllic country setting.
Lot 2: c.32.2 acres
This land are laid out in 6 large, neat divisions comprising of highly productive tillage and grassland. The lands are slightly elevated, free draining, with no waste whatsoever, well fenced with excellent road frontage and good sight lines.
Lot 3: c.19 acres including c.6.42 acres of forestry
These lands are located across from Lot 1 and comprise of c.19 acres including c.6.42 acres of natural forestry. The lands are of good quality, all in permanent pasture and benefit from excellent road frontage. There is an underpass connecting this parcel with Lot 1 and Lot 4 on the other side of the holding. The lands have good shelter being bounded by woodland on the north eastern side of the holding. These lands are noted for their fattening ability and previously used as tillage lands.
Lot 4: c.22 acres
Lands located to the north of Lot 1, laid out in 2 large neat divisions, of excellent quality and all in permanent pasture. The River Breagagh partly bounds the lands and providing a natural water supply and benefit from excellent road frontage. The lands have been ploughed in previous years and would be suitable for any farming enterprise.
Lot 5: The Entire
The holding is ready to go as an organic farm with various high yielding schemes in place. The lands are of superb quality, currently farmed to a high standard, excellent road frontage, are very accessible, well fenced and are regarded as highly productive tillage and grassland.