This magnificent residence which has retained all of it’s original period features, boasts extensive views of open unspoilt countryside. It enjoys a secluded parkland setting and is pleasantly situated on a quiet country road within 8 km of the M7 motorway, 9.5 km of Toomevara, 20 km of Dromineer (on Lough Derg), 11 km of Nenagh, 56 km of Limerick and 154 km of Dublin.
To the rear of the dwelling house there are a host of stabling / storage facilities and a holding yard. The house which is set back approximately 500 metres from the public road is approached over a private avenue.
Nenagh (Irish: Aonach Urmhumhan) is a busy commercial town in Tipperary. In 2011 it had a population of 7,995. The town’s historic attractions include Nenagh Castle, the Heritage Centre, and the ruined Franciscan abbey. Nenagh is situated on the R445 Regional Road, which links it to the M7. Bus Éireann offer services 24 hours a day to Dublin and Limerick, with JJ Kavanagh offering direct services to both Dublin and Shannon airports. Nenagh railway station is on the Limerick to Ballybrophy line. It is only 37 km from Thurles, which is on the main Dublin/Cork line.
Water from private well, electricity, broadband, oil fired central heating and drainage by septic tank.
To those anxious to procure a compact country estate in a friendly rural district the agents confidently recommend inspection.