A compact residential small holding consisting of a house on 9.5ac at Clashoquirke, Bansha, Co Tipperary heads for public auction at 3pm on Wednesday 14 February. Listed with Tipperary town auctioneer Noel Corcoran, it will go under the hammer at Ballykisteen Golf Hotel, Limerick Junction, Co Tipperary.
This property in the heart of the Glen of Aherlow has lots of potential and is located about 3km from Bansha village, just off the N24 Limerick/ Waterford road.
Built in the mid-1950s, this spacious two-story residence has a kitchen, dining/ living room, sitting room and downstairs toilet. A downstairs office could also be used as a bedroom, if required.
Upstairs there is a bathroom and four bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes. The house has oil-fired central heating but the burner needs to be replaced.
The well-sheltered lands are all in permanent pasture and are laid out in five paddocks, with water supply thereon and looking directly onto the Galtee Mountains. There are also some disused stone outbuildings which could be converted to stables or used for other purposes.
This property in the shadows of the Galtee Mountains is expected to sell for between €300,000 and €400,000.