Ballingarry - Roscrea - Co Tipperary
A Spacious Detached Bungalow With Canine & Equestrian Facilities + Cottage for Renovation
9.25 ACRES (stms) - The property is located in the heart of Ireland, in a rural position and situated on a quite country lane on the outskirts of the village. The property is easily commutable to Birr or Roscrea and Shannon airport (Ryanair) is only 40 miles away. Over recent years the property has been tastefully extended and renovated to provide a good sized family home comprising four bedrooms, family bathroom, hallway, lounge with vaulted ceiling and feature fireplace, dining room and a fitted kitchen breakfast room. Outside the property sits back off this quiet country lane which serves a handful of other properties and has two separate gated accesses leading to a private driveway to the house, the other leading past a derelict cottage which has planning permission pending to create a separate dwelling. The drive continues to the stabling and kennelling areas which afford an American barn with 8 stables, 3 further stables, large barn, 50m x 23m manege, horse walker and paddocks. The canine facilities include 11 kennels plus 2 whelping boxes, dog kitchen, office and a treatment room.
Solid timber front entrance door with glazed side panels, solid oak flooring and further window to front with views over the paddock and fields.
18’6” x 17’3”
Two windows to the front either side of the chimney breast and a further window to either side, one overlooking the manege, solid oak flooring, exposed vaulated timber ceiling, cast iron multi-fuel stove with full height feature brick built chimney breast.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM
19’4” x 13’6”
Fitted with a range of base, eye level and larder units with work surfaces over incorporating a Belfast sink, ‘Cannon’ range style cooker with gas oven, plumbing for dishwasher, fully tiled floor with oak doors leading to dining room. Double French doors leading out onto decking area.
11’9” x 17’0”
Windows to rear and side having views over the garden area and fields to the rear. There is solid oak flooring, exposed vaulted timber ceiling with double oak doors leading to the lounge.
An ‘L’ shaped hall which leads to all bedrooms and the bathroom, glazed door to the rear PORCH, recessed ceiling spotlights and oak effect laminate flooring.
White suite comprising panelled bath, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and large built in shower with double sized tray.
16’6” x 10’3”
Windows to front and side overlooking the lawned area and paddock.
10’5” x 10’5”
Window to front overlooking lawned area.
10’ x 9’
Window overlooking lawned garden area, with a feature original tongue and groove ceiling with central beam.
9’10” x 6’9”
Window overlooking the drive and paddock having built in wardrobe and is currently being used as home office.
The property sits back off this quiet country lane and has a gated private driveway leading to the bungalow with central island and having parking and turning space for several vehicles. There is a lawned front garden and to the rear is a gravelled terrace area with timber decked pergola. A further private driveway leads past the cottage and on to the equestrian facilities which are accessed through a gated area off a gravelled driveway and are extremely well laid out, making it a very easy yard to work from. There are ample hard standing areas for vehicle access i.e. horse lorry / jeep-trailer making it easy for loading/unloading. The fields are split into several manageable well maintained paddocks and accessed through a gated area from the main barn stable area.
Consists of 8 internal stables constructed of concrete block and render, 4 either side of a walkway with talk grills in between, water and power is located in the barn.
24’ x 22’
Attached to the American barn is this covered barn with double gates currently used as a mare and foal pen and storage for hay/straw.
50m x 23m
Situated adjacent to the main barn stabling area, the fencing surrounding the arena is approximately 5ft high. There are three gated accesses, one to the 4 HORSE WALKER, one leading to a grass paddock and the other to the stabling area.
Three traditional style external stables face the lawned area with separate tack / feed room attached wet / boot room, access is from a large hardstanding area which can accommodate a large number of vehicles inc. HGV vehicles.
The grazing land according to the vendor is of extremely good quality and being limestone based has excellent drainage. The grazing is made up of several manageable paddocks and fenced by a mixture of post and rail, natural hedge boundaries and mains electric fencing. IN ALL APPROX 9.25 ACRES, subject to a measured survey.
The North Tipperary foxhounds are right on the doorstep and a number of local packs are well within a short distance, the village is well known for its regular point to point meetings.
In addition to the main house there is a separate cottage which is ideal for other family members or a holiday cottage, with its own access from the lane, it is in need of complete renovation, full planning permission is pending.
VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND IS STRICTLY VIA THE AGENT
For more information or to arrange a viewing:
Terrington St. John
Tel: 01553 618834