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Kilbrennal House, Kilbrennal, Killenaule, County Tipperary , E41 VH00

  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 85 acres²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Superbly appointed and finished 6 bedroom Georgian residence
  • Additional self-contained wing
  • Opportunity to acquire the house and stable yard on c. 55 acres or
  • c. 30 acres with the benefit of a recently upgraded 3-furlong sand gallops on the other side of the road
  • Competitively priced for a quick sale.
  • Contact sole Selling Agent REA Stokes & Quirke
  • Mains and well water
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Spacious extended Georgian residence with 4 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, two kitchens and domestic offices . In excellent condition with the added benefit of a self contained wing, The top quality lands, suitable for any farming enterprise and is in two main divisions (Circa 55 acres surrounding the house & Circa 30 acres the road from the house) The stable yard adjoining the house has the benefit of a large array of useful outbuildings and briefly comprises of the following 28 loose boxes, walker, barns,large Loose shed tack rooms etc, There is also the added advantage of an old cubicle house with former milking parlour, cattle shed and large silage pits & Slurry facilities on the Northern (Killenaule side of the farm) There is the added benefit of a Newly laid 3 Furlong sand gallops located on the circa 30 acre section immediately across the road from the House and stable yard. A beautifully set up stud farm close to Cashel and convenient to the heart of horse breeding in Ireland. The lands are suitable for any farming enterprise with the added advantage of a large array of farm buildings, a well laid out yard with 28 loose boxes, open stabling, hay barns, a walker and a lunging ring. All have excellent road frontage.
Kilbrennal house has been in the same family for 3 generations and comes to the market for the first time in nearly 60 years. Historically a large dairy operation was run from the farm and the outbuildings could easily be converted back to dairy use if so desired. The house is nicely presented and offers lovely family accommodation with ample bedrooms, reception rooms and domestic offices. It is set in a lovely garden of lawns with numerous mature trees. The main stable yard is to the rear of the house with its own road access. The lands are all in grass with 9 principal divisions. There is mains and well water.


Entrance Hall
2.35m x 4.98m Chequer tiled floor, glazed screen door to hall with WC thereoff

Reception Room
5.47m x 4.84m Marble fire place cornices etc.

5.47m x 3.38m Solid fuel stove

4.27m x 4.94m A Charming farmhouse kitchen with oil fired cooker, door to back porch/utility room and window overlooking stable yard

Back Hall
3.53m x 2.73m Back Hall/Utility: Stainless steel sink unit, plumbed for all appliances

Spacious first floor landing

Bedroom 1
4.85m x 5.48m 2 windows and fireplace

Bedroom 2
5.43m x 4.60m Fitted wardrobes with wash hand basin

Bedroom 3
3.45m x 5.51m Fitted wardrobes

Bedroom 4
4.84m x 4.27m

2.58m x 2.73m Bathroom with shower over wash hand basin, hot press with cylinder

2.65m x 2.29m New Wing - Hallway

Reception Room 2
9.21m x 6.54m Limestone fireplace, doors to kitchen

3.73m x 2.40m

Dining Room
4.18m x 3.60m Tiled floor, double doors to front patio overlooking garden

4.43m x 3.27m Tiled floor and extensive fitted units

Utility Room
2.09m x 3.15m Fitted as for kitchen with wc thereoff

Bedroom 5
2.94m x 3.45m First Floor- overlooks the yard

Bedroom 6
3.52m x 3.95m With dressing room
2.47m x 2.47m

3.94m x 1.97m Wc, whb, bath and shower cubicle


Gardens to front of house in lawns and beds. The house is approached by an attractive gated drive. Main Yard: 26 loose boxes. Tack room, 5 span hay barn, with lean to, open stabling, wash bay. Purpose built block built horse walker, lunging ring, 3 furlong gallops. Lands - The farm also has the benefit of an old style cubisle shed calve houses, two large silage pits and a slurry lagoon on the Northern part of the holding (when the farm used to run a large dairy enterprise) with the added benefit of separate access to the road. The lands are all in grass and are divided into 9 well fenced divisions with numerous mature tree throughout.


From Dublin take the N7/M7/M8. Exit the M8 at junction 6 for the Horse and Jockey. In Horse and Jockey turn left along the old N8 and after c.200 metres turn right onto local road L4101. this will take you to the village of Ballynonty. On arrival at the village turn right for Fethard, the property is on the right in a fork in the road. The property is located - Thurles 10 miles, Cashel 12 miles, M9- 4 miles Junction 6, Horse & Jockey 4 miles, Fethard c.8 miles, Killenaule 3km, Clonmel 20km, Kilkenny 30km and Dublin 125km. The property is at Eircode E41 VH00

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