10ac of land and a ‘wonderful 10-bedroom country house’ in Co. Tipperary
Located within the ‘premier Tipperary hunt country’ is Lissaniskey House, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary and bringing with it a total of 10ac.
Situated between Toomavara village and Nenagh, it conveniently lies just off the M7 motorway – connecting to both Dublin and Limerick city.
There are plenty of amenities and activities nearby. For aquatic leisure, Lough Derg offers fishing, boating and sailing – as well as the Lough Derg Yacht Club (18km from Dromineer).
For racing, Clonmel, Thurles and Tipperary all sport Racecourses.
“There are a number of premier breeding establishments in Tipperary, with the county being synonymous with horse breeding and equestrian pursuits,” according to the agents.
For the golfing enthusiast, Nenagh, Roscrea, Thurles, Birr and Portumna all offer (18-hole) golf courses.
Lissaniskey House, believed to have been built around 1770, is a “wonderful family home occupying a commanding position”. The house is listed as a protected structure.
Mature trees pave the way to the house, while there is an attractive bell-mounted entrance and sweeping driveway.
The house comprises three floors – including a basement.
The ground floor comprises: a hall; two reception rooms; a kitchen pantry; and a shower room.
The first floor comprises: a landing; a sitting room; a bedroom with an ensuite; three further bedrooms; and a bathroom.
The second floor comprises: a landing; six bedrooms; and a bathroom.
The basement itself contains six rooms in total.
“While the house would benefit from renovation and redecoration, it has a number of internal period features including: cornicing; sash and case windows; ceiling rose; and architraves,” commented the agents.
The grounds extends a total of 10ac. To the front of the house is a formal garden; it is enclosed by a hedge and is laid to lawn.
To the rear are various fruit trees and a grazing paddocks. The woods and outbuilding provide shelter and privacy.
The outbuildings themselves are of traditional construction. There is also a concrete yard with covered stores. These can be accessed off the main driveway.
Additional services include: mains water; private drainage; mains electricity; and oil-fired central heating.
Lissaniskey House is for sale by private treaty through Savills.
The guide price is €475,000.
More information can be found on the Savills website.