The cottage, restored comfortably and in keeping, is next to a small yard with outhouses and a workshop (with commercial planning status) and lawns. There is a wood cabin, suitable to sleep 2 people. The 0.6ac vegetable garden has been cultivated for 30 years. The stable block, built in 2010, consists of a foaling box, 5 large stables and a haybarn. There is 9 acres of well cared good land that include a dressage arena and jumping area. The roads are quiet for riding and training and in 25mins lead you out to open mountains.
There is 27 acres of rough grazing with a 3 span barn, adjacent to the 9 acres, which may be rented or possibly bought. This area has been maintained as a wild life habitat.
It has the potential for a 5 furlong gallop and a cross country jump course.
The land extends to 36 acres in total
There is also a 140cu m anaerobic digester, with its own access separated from the rest of the smallholding. This is the main earner of the farm providing a good income and currently supplies biogas to heat/provide cooking in the cottage and to process the manure from, and provide weed free fertiliser for, the farm.
4 bed stone cottage on 36 acre organic farm, with stables and other equine facilities, set in the hills between the Knockmealdown and Comeragh mountains, in Co.Waterford, Ireland. The views in all directions will always take your breath away, and they change with the moods of the day. A peaceful, out of the way home, in a warm hearted community, 3 miles from the local village, 9 miles from Clonmel (a town with most of what you need), 16 miles from good beaches, harbours and the ocean.
The farm is in REPS 4, and the organic scheme and is eligible for single farm payment and area supplement.