Central Auctions has a 104ac non-residential farm at Ballyrourke, Borrisokane, Co Tipperary, going under the hammer in early April.

The land is top-quality, all in pasture and laid out in good-sized fields divided by mature hedgerows. All in one block, the land is entirely level, serviced with water and electricity and is available in its entirety or in lots.

Lot 2 includes the farm buildings on circa 74 acres while Lot 3 includes circa 30 acres situated just across a road from the main land block. Predominantly in grass, there is an area of rough ground to the rear of this portion.

The farm is accessed by a well-kept roadway off the public road and in terms of location, this farm benefits from access to a large road network. It is less than 1.5km from both the N52 and N65 and just over 2km from the centre of Borrisokane. Portumna is 15km northwest of it, while it is almost equidistant from both Nenagh (19km) and Birr (20km).

With ground of this quality located smack bang in the centre of a large agricultural hinterland, it’s easy to see why auctioneer Michael Harty is guiding this land at €15,000/acre.

Dairy, livestock rearing and tillage operators are all sure to show interest in a large block of land such as this. The yard with a range of buildings points to a livestock future either as a standalone unit or as a combination of silage and young stock rearing.

The public auction for this north Tipperary farm takes place at 3pm on 6 April at the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh, Co Tipperary.