About Ballybrada House, Ballybrada, Cahir, Co. Tipperary
A charming small estate in this most sought after county with an imposing period house, set in delightful grounds together with courtyard, fine woodland and top quality grazing land bordered by and with fishing rights over the River Suir.
The house is approached by a long avenue from where it enjoys a fine elevated position with spectacular views over the Suir Valley and a magnificent vista towards the Knockmealdown Mountains.
The appealing and welcoming accommodation includes four well-proportioned reception rooms with open fireplaces and large bay windows, a modern kitchen/breakfast room with views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, two with separate dressing rooms, two bathrooms and access to the guest / staff wing which contains living room, kitchen with stores, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
Cahir is centrally located at the heart of the Irish horse racing industry in the south of Ireland approximately 80 km from Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny cities. International airports nearby include Shannon and Cork.
Ballybrada House is a place with great Victorian charm, conveyed by many original features which are still present. Your immediate impression is one of tranquillity. The house has a great southern aspect and grants a superb view onto the mountain range. It is a piece of paradise for the nature lovers providing leisure activities like fishing, riding or walking.
Whereas it is a peaceful refuge on one hand it is a perfect place for a wonderful countryside childhood too. Over the years the buildings and grounds have been maintained to an excellent standard.