09 Aug 2022

Waterford golf course goes on the market

Waterford golf course goes on the market


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A County Waterford golf course and driving range has come on the market with an asking price of €590,000.

Ennis Gough Property is delighted to bring Tinhalla Golf Course and Driving Range, a unique c.23 ha (c.57 acre) residential property, to the market.

This is an excellent opportunity to acquire existing land and infrastructure with the view to redeveloping the land, buildings and residence. Alternatively, the existing infrastructure provides a new owner with the opportunity to redevelop and expand the current amenities which include golf driving range and 14 hole golf course.

Abutting the River Suir, the property is located on the R680 Carrick-on-Suir to Portlaw road). The land is 3km from the town of Carrick on Suir, 24km from Waterford city and 23km from Clonmel.

The land is currently used as a multi-use facility comprising of 14 hole golf course, driving range, a putting green and motor driving school circuit for learner drivers.

The main residence is a two-storey farmhouse extending to c.240m2  (c.2580 sq ft.) and in need of modernisation, consisting of five bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen/dining room, utility and office.

The outbuildings include a five span machinery shed and a haybarn (currently converted into a former function room/former restaurant) The nine bay driving range has beautiful views of the River Suir.

There are various old stone out houses with history and character around the property.

Viewing strictly through sole agents Ennis Gough Property. Contact Deirdre Gough on 087-2411719.

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