The Ballyrafter Centre, Lismore , Waterford

Guide price €200,000

Business For Sale

Guide price €200,000

Business For Sale

Price Guide price €200,000
Style Business
Status For sale

Contact the Agent

Brian Gleeson Property Ltd

  • Additional Information
  • Share This Property
  • Personal Notes

Additional Information

Additional Information

Ballyrafter the long established show jumping centre in Lismore, Co. Waterford has come on the market due to the retirement of its owners.

The old garden walls built in famine times were converted to an indoor arena at a time when indoor equestrian sport was in its infancy. Since then Ballyrafter has witnessed the rise of multiple equestrian stars that have gone on to participate successfully in Olympic, World and European Championships in both eventing and show jumping. Thousands have benefited from the experience gained at the well known venue and International stars in show jumping, eventing and racing have risen through the ranks at Ballyrafter and forged future success in the equestrian industry.

Hidden among the trees on the northern bank of the river Blackwater and within walking distance of the multi award winning picturesque town of Lismore this quiet secluded venue offers a range of multiple options for future use not just equine related.

The facilities while in need of updating are all in place to run a successful equestrian centre and with the history attached and its central location being equal distance from Cork and Waterford cities it invites young vibrant people to continue the tradition of providing training and competition experience for the equestrian industry. Its central location and facilities are also ideal to run a professional show jumping yard.

Equally this sizable site is ideally situated for future development as a diverse sporting venue of any nature. With excellent road access just off the N72 and with ample parking it lends itself to a variety of sporting facilities.

The quiet and unique location just across from Ballyrafter Country House Hotel could prove an excellent site for a retirement village within easy access of Lismore and the surrounding stunning scenic area including the famous mountain pass ‘The Vee’. Country living but within reach of all the facilities the historic town of Lismore has to offer.

The area comprises of;
Large indoor arena 60m x 20m with seating gallery.
Outdoor sand surfaced arena 50m x 40m.
Open lorry / car park 35m x 34m.
Grass paddock 48m x 18m.
Judges Boxes
Toilet facilities.
8 permanent stables with hay barn.
Chalet type 2 bedroom dwelling.

Share this property

Email this property to your friends

Please check you have entered all details correctly:

Good Work!

Your email is winging its way to

Personal Notes

Add a personal note about this property

Please or sign up to add notes to this property.
About Personal Notes

You can add your own personal notes about this property.

You can view all your notes by going to My PropertyPal.com.

You can remove this note at any time.

Notes can only be seen by you and any pals you have added, they cannot be viewed by the vendor or estate agent.

Property Statistics

Total Views

(since advertised)

313

Listing Views

Date Views Unique Views Featured Published Bumped
27th Jan 1 1 No Yes No
28th Jan 0 0 No Yes No
29th Jan 1 1 No Yes No
30th Jan 0 0 No Yes No
31st Jan 1 1 No Yes No
1st Feb 1 1 No Yes No
2nd Feb 1 1 No Yes No
3rd Feb 1 1 No Yes No
4th Feb 1 1 No Yes No
5th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
6th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
7th Feb 2 2 No Yes No
8th Feb 1 1 No Yes No
9th Feb 2 2 No Yes No
10th Feb 1 1 No Yes No
11th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
12th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
13th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
14th Feb 2 2 No Yes No
15th Feb 2 2 No Yes No
16th Feb 2 2 No Yes No
17th Feb 4 4 No Yes No
18th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
19th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
20th Feb 1 1 No Yes No
21st Feb 1 1 No Yes No
22nd Feb 4 4 No Yes No
23rd Feb 1 1 No Yes No
24th Feb 0 0 No Yes No
25th Feb 0 0 No Yes No

Spotted a Problem? Even the best agents make mistakes, help us to maintain accurate property information on our listings.  Report a problem »

Back to top