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Aghsmear House On Approx. 30 Acres, Ashmere, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, E53 V097

€820,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 515 sqm approx

BER exempt

Description

An elegant and beautifully situated period residence, perfectly positioned with it's own private woodland, a peaceful and private setting surrounded by magnificent parklands and gardens.

In total there are approx. 30 acres of pasture land attached surrounding the house with some woodlands, and paddocks.

The three-bay two-storey former Rectory was built in approx. 1840 and the building remained largely as it was for over a century and a quarter. The next owner carried out extensive renovations in the intervening years to an exceptionally high standard taking particular care to preserve the history and heritage of this period property.

VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT, CONTACT:

Julie Fogarty, sherry Fitzgerald Fogarty,

T: +353 (0)50 521192

E: julie@sherryfitzfogarty.com or

Roseanne De Vere Hunt

Sherry Fitzgerald Country Homes, Farms and Estates

T: +353 (0)1 237 6402

E: roseanne.hunt@sherryfitz.ie

BER Information

  • Rating: BER exempt

About the Area

Templemore (Irish: An Teampall Mór) is a town in County Tipperary. Templemore railway station is on the Dublin-Cork railway line operated by Iarnród Éireann. There are direct trains to and from Dublin, Thurles, Cork, and Limerick daily. The market square with its Town Hall in the centre of the town is reputed locally to be the widest in either Ireland or Britain. It backs on to an extensive wooded Town Park and lake. The town has a large number of local industries, there is a large cattle mart on Bank Street which opens on Thursdays.

The most notable landmark in the district is the Devil's Bit mountain range. The Park incorporates an outdoor Swimming Pool, GAA grounds (Páirc Shíleáin), Lakeside Pitch & Putt Course and an all-weather athletic track in the care of Templemore Athletic Club. The demesne's mature woodlands features walks, the romantic ruin of the Black Castle on the western bank of the lake and the ruin of the eponymous big church. The main focus of attention is the man-made lake (7.5acres) which is suitable for coarse fishing.

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An elegant and beautifully situated period residence, perfectly positioned with it's own private woodland, a peaceful and private setting surrounded by magnificent parklands and gardens.

In total there are approx. 30 acres of parstureland attached surrounding the house with some woodlands, and paddocks.

The three-bay two-storey former Rectory was built in approx. 1840 and the building remained largely as it was for over a century and a quarter. The next owner carried out extensive renovations in the intervening years to an exceptionally high standard taking particular care to preserve the history and heritage of this period property.

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