|Ballyneale House, Ballingarry, Co. Limerick, Ireland.|
|A MOST IMPRESSIVE ESTATE OF 40 ACRES / 16.2 HECTARES presented in immaculate order with an exceptional late Georgian house, enjoying a delightful setting overlooking charming gardens and an ornamental lake.
Adare 11 km. Limerick 20 km. Shannon International Airport (via The Shannon Tunnel) is 35 minutes’ drive. Cork 80 km. Dublin 230 km.
Ballyneale House is well located within easy reach of Limerick and Cork. Ballyneale lies within an area of outstanding sporting and recreational facilities.
Golf is well catered for with excellent local courses. There is racing at Limerick, Mallow and Tipperary whilst there is an extensive point-to-point calendar over the winter months. The property lies within the County Limerick Hunt country and the Stonehall Harriers with the Scarteen, Duhallow and Tipperary Hunts within easy boxing distance.
There is sailing on the Shannon Estuary and fine sandy beaches close by on the Atlantic coast. Also close to hand is some of Ireland’s best salmon fishing and good rough shooting; and there is hill walking in the scenic Ballyhoura Mountains.
|THE PROPERTY AND ESTATE:
Ballyneale House was built in 1853 and comprises three storeys with Reception Hall, Double Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen. Cloakroom. Master Bedroom Suite, Guest Suite, Two further Bedrooms.
Lower Ground Floor with Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Family Room, Boot / Gun Room, Staff Bedroom, Bathroom, Cellar. Cloakroom.
Enclosed Double Courtyard: Inner Courtyard with Four Guest Suites, Manager’s House and Staff Apartment. Outer Courtyard with 10 Loose Boxes. Cinema & Billiard Room. Guest Cottage. Heated Swimming pool. All Weather Tennis Court.
There are wonderful inventoried gardens and delightful grounds, including an ornamental lake with a romantic wooded island and stream. Mature specimen trees ring the house. Walled kitchen garden and high quality pasture.
BALLYNEALE HOUSE has been completely upgraded throughout and is presented in immaculate condition. The stunning Georgian house, which dates from the mid 19th century, provides extremely comfortable well lit accommodation on three floors.
The house is a most attractive five bay front of exposed stone façade with projecting two storey wings flanking. The doorway is approached via a charming raised gravel terrace with limestone steps rising to the front doorway and elevated ground floor. The house has bright southerly aspects and the well proportioned accommodation is bright and spacious.
|The raised ground floor provides wonderful views over the gardens and grounds with three reception room including double drawing room and dining room with kitchen, whilst the lower ground floor has a further kitchen, informal family room, boot room and staff accommodation.
The first floor provides extensive master and guest suites with two further bedrooms. The charming stone courtyard, located immediately to the rear, provides four well appointed and spacious guest suites.