Situated in Knockgraffon, County Tipperary, this stunning 1.4 acre farm land is located in the idyllic Glenagat House, a grand old house with plenty of character and history, home to historical figures such as Dan Breen who got married there in 1921 during the War of Independence. The site comes complete with extensive stone-built outbuildings, all within easy reach of local amenities.
The property, known as Purcells "Glennagat House" offers up to 170 sq metres of accommodation spread over two floors, however it is currently in a derelict condition, yet is eligible for a derelict property grant of up to €70,000 if certain criteria are met. Power was connected historically and there is a large private well onsite.
There is an array of stone-built outbuildings on the premises, the largest measuring 4.3m by 18m, while the other measures 7.5m by 15m, both offering potential for conversion, subject to planning permission.
This rural retreat offers stunning scenery and tranquil surroundings, but with easy access to nearby towns Clerihan, New Inn and Cahir. If you're looking to escape city life and enjoy the beauty of the Irish countryside, then this could be the perfect destination for you. Enjoy walks and hikes through the rolling hills and valley or explore the abundance of wildlife and take in the wonderful views. With its close proximity to a range of local amenities, this is an ideal spot to settle down and call home. Early viewing is advised to avoid disappointment.