A compact residential small holding consisting of a house on 9.5ac at Clashoquirke, Bansha, Co Tipperary went under the hammer on Valentine’s Day. The sale was handled by Tipperary town auctioneer, Noel Corcoran.

“There was huge interest in this property, I had 75 enquiries and when it came to the auction, there was a fine crowd and five active bidders,” says Noel.

The auction took place at Ballykisteen Golf Hotel, Limerick Junction, Co Tipperary.

Built in the mid-1950s, this spacious two-story residence in need of renovation opened at €280,000 before ultimately selling for €360,000, placing it firmly within its presale guide.

This property in the shadows of the Galtee Mountains was purchased by a solicitor in trust.


Located in the heart of the Glen of Aherlow, this compact house and land are located about 3km from Bansha village, just off the N24 Limerick/ Waterford road.

The well-sheltered lands are all in permanent pasture and are laid out in five paddocks, with water supply.

There are also some disused stone outbuildings which could be converted to stables or used for other purposes.