44 acres with far-reaching views to the Galtee Mountains.
The land extends to about 44 acres in total and lies within a ring-fenced block, with no exclusions. The farmland is presently all in grass and is used for the grazing of cattle and horses, with much of the land suitable for silage. There is good road access to the land and the undulating fields are bound by mature hedges and trees which provide shelter for livestock. The fields are fenced for livestock by a combination of electric and post and wire fences.
Part of the farmland is presently let to a local farmer for the grazing of livestock on a seasonal basis. There are no Entitlements to the Basic Payment Scheme included in the sale.
Situated on the western boundary is a 1.6 furlong circular all-weather gallop. There are also options of 4, 5 and 6 furlong grass gallops with challenging uphill terrain.
Situated within the circular gallop is a pond which provides duck flighting. There is also rough shooting at Longstone.
Longstone has a private situation close to the Tipperary/Limerick county border. It is 3 kilometres to the south west of the village of Cullen which has two pubs.
The village of Oola (5 kilometres) provides for everyday amenities and includes a shop, petrol station and post office.
Longstone is conveniently located 10 kilometres to the north-west of the large town of Tipperary which provides a broad range of amenities and services.
While Longstone occupies a rural setting, Limerick Junction Train Station is 9 kilometres distant and serves both the Dublin-Cork main line and the Limerick-Waterford line. Shannon Airport is 59 kilometres distant.
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