On the books of P F Quirke & Co Ltd, Clonmel, is this plot of 15.5ha with good access and is centrally located in west Waterford.

Six kilometres (four miles) from Ballymacarbry village in an area near Monavullagh Mountains, it is 2km off the Clonmel to Dungarvan road and is 20km from both towns.

In one block, which is split into 12 nice-sized fields, the boundaries are secure with sheep fencing all around. Water is sourced from a spring.

Gently sloping the land is all in grass and is dry ground with a few small springs at the points furthest from the road. Naturally draining towards the local road that forms the lower boundary, there is a stream on the eastern boundary.

Located near the Monavullagh mountains, the 38 acres of low hill land is all in grass and within 6km of the village of Ballymacarbery.

Auctioneer, Pat Quirke described the land as “well maintained and is in very good order.

“It’s trafficable, you can take a tractor up to the higher part of it easy enough. It’s nicely divided, in manageable paddocks. You could say this was paddock grazed before paddock grazing was ever a thing.”

This neat parcel of grazing ground is likely to appeal to either farming or forestry interests.

It has a guide price of €214,000 which puts it at between €5,500-€6,000/ac, placing it at the top end of the price scale for forestry ground and the lower side of agricultural value.