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9.25 Ac(3.74 Ha)
Asking price €350,000

Glenview, BallingarryRoscrea, Co Tipperary, E53 T020

    Key features

    • Charming 4 bedroom equestrian property
    • About 162.85 sq m/1753 sq ft
    • About 3.74 ha/ 9.25 acres
    • Stone outbuildings, internal barn stabling for 8 horses
    • 2 external stables, tack room, derelict cottage
    • Workshop, modern purpose built kennels for 16 dogs
    • Sand arena, 4 x horse walker, 3 paddocks
    • Adjacent to Gurteen College

    A superb bungalow which is utterly charming in appearance, positioned in a private equestrian countryside setting surrounded on its own 3.74 ha (9.25 acres).

    About this property

    • Glenview is a charming and pretty bungalow which sits on about 9.25 acres and is in a superb location very close to Birr and in the very picturesque and popular area of Ballingarry. Gurteen Equine and Agricultural College is only 3km away, where equestrian competitions & events are held regularly. It is also home to North Tipperary and Ormand Pony Club as well as A.I.R.C Riding Club which hosts numerous show jumping, hunter trials and dressage competitions throughout the year.
      This property offers excellent value to anyone moving from the city to a country residence. The house is approached from a tree-lined country road and by a short avenue with a turning circle and sits prettily surrounded by its mature shrubbery and trees. The residence comprises a fine hall with good sized drawing room, dining room, large kitchen and breakfast room, four large bedrooms. To the side of the house and the rear are well kept gardens. There is an enclosed courtyard to the rear with an array of attractive stone buildings with internal barn stabling for 8 horses, 2 external stables, storage sheds, tack room, log store, hay barn with lean too (16.7m x 29.5m), workshop and modern purpose built kennels that house up to 16 dogs. They all have running water and electricity. To the side of the house, there is a large sand arena (28m x 50m) and horse walker (4 x horses) and three paddocks to close off this quarter of the property.


      There is a generously sized entrance hall with oak flooring. On the right of the hall is found the drawing room which also has oak flooring, with exposed beams, light oak doors and a featured stove fireplace. This room gives access to the dining room through double oak doors. The dining room is a good size with plenty of light flowing through it. It also has access
      through double oak doors to the breakfast kitchen area. The kitchen is a fine bright room with built-in kitchen units, a cooking range, a spacious dining area and a double doors leading to the outside raised decking. All the sleeping accommodation for Glenview is located to one side of the house with 4 bedrooms in
      total. The bedrooms are good in size in proportion to the house. The main bathroom is located centrally to the sleeping accommodation area and is generous in size with a bath, double shower cubicle WC and WHB. Also off the back corridor is found the hot press.

      There is a derelict cottage on the land also that has its own separate entrance and could very well be renovated and used for different uses. The entire property is surrounded by mature trees along the boundary and to the side and rear of the property, there are grass paddocks with stud fencing.

      BER Details - BER D2 - BER No.107417719

    Local information

    • The property is well located in the desirable area of Ballingarry in the midst of Co. Tipperary and surrounded by lush farmland. Ballingarry is a small parish, located in North of Tipperary and is steeped in History, Heritage and Tradition.

    Additional information

    • County Tiperrary has a proud sporting history and can offer a huge array of quality sporting and recreational activities for even the most active of lifestyles. Race-goers are well catered for with Tipperary Racecourse and Thurles Race Course not too far away. Both of these courses are very well renowned and host a multitude of events throughout the year. The Tipperary and Ormond foxhounds meet in the surrounding areas and there are several other packs within easy boxing distance. There are driven shoots and fishing on the local rivers and in lough derg where there is also sailing and other water sports. For excellent pheasant shooting in Ireland, the Illaunmore Shoot is a truly unique driven shooting experience. As the name suggest, the shoot is set on a large island on Tipperary's Lough Derg. There are a number of primary schools and play schools in the locality, with secondary education available in Roscrea, Birr , Borrisokane and Nenagh. Private schooling is available in nearby Rockwell College and Glenstall Abbey. There is also Gurteen agricultural college which is only a short distance away. Other amenities include some traditional pubs, restaurants, convenience stores,weekly markets, endless activities and excursions nearby throughout the year. There is also a direct train line from Cloughjordan train station to all major cities.
    • Directions: Take M4/ M6 to Kilbeggan exit (J5). Take N52 past Tullamore to Birr, Go through town and turn right onto N52 towards Borrisokane, Go through Riverstown Village and pass turn for Gurteen College on right. Take next right and next left. Glenview is immediately on left.