Glebe House, Drumbaun, Newport, Co. Tipperary

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€425,000 - Sale Agreed

Detached House
4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Detached House
Rating: SI No. 666 of 2006 (exempt)

Contact Name: Clare Tipp Properties
Phone: 061 376550

Agent: Clare Tipp Properties

PSR Licence Number: 001210

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MAIN HOUSE OF CIRCA 250.83sq.m.(2,700sq.ft.)INTERNAL MEASUREMENTS
INCREDIBLE VICTORIAN RESIDENCE AT; GLEBE HOUSE NEWPORT CO. TIPPERARY
SET PRIVATELY ON CIRCA SEVEN ACRES
OPEN TO GENUINE FINANCIALLY BACKED OFFERS

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CLARETIPP PROPERTIES (www.claretipp.ie) PROUDLY PRESENT;
GLEBE HOUSE, DRUMBAUN, NEWPORT, COUNTY TIPPERARY.
THE MAIN HOUSE OF CIRCA 250.83sq.m.(2,700sq.ft.)INTERNAL MEASUREMENTS.
GLEBE HOUSE IS SET PRIVATELY ON CIRCA SEVEN ACRES.
THIS BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE CONTINUES TO BE TASTEFULLY AND METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED THUS ENSURING A "TURN-KEY" EXPERIENCE FOR THE DISCERNING PURCHASER.

Please contact us directly for all measurements both in meters and imperial for each room both in the main house and exterior apartment etc.

Please allow ample notice for this privately owned residence in order to complete a thorough and enjoyable viewing of this splendid residence in the heart of the Tipperary hinterland and nestled in a beautiful natural tranquil setting. It is for sale by Private Treaty.

There are two tree-lined entrances to Glebe House, both from stone entrance gate piers with cast iron gates. One leads to directly to a level section to the side of the main property consisting of a gravelled parking area, the entrance to the Barn and Glass House and to the gate for the upper field.
Glebe House has a historical connection to Lord Bloomfield whose father was a diplomat to the English Court. The name Bloomfield although originally settled in Galway have been mentioned on numerous occasions with land and property in North Tipperary and especially Newport.

Glebe House stands graciously encircled by manicured lawns and gardens lovingly tended and extensively cultivated. These grounds include front gardens laid to lawn, mature shrubs and trees, the enclosed vegetable and fruit gardens consisting of four raised vegetable gardens together with a bountiful array of soft fruit trees, a good sized glass house, the hen house and poultry area and the cobbled surfaced courtyard entranced by stone gate piers with cast-iron decorative gates.
The main residence is a classic sandstone building with pitched and hipped slate roof. The entrance porch is built into the angle of the front elevation and is set on limestone plinth. The property was built in circa 1880. From the initial glance, the quality and detail of build is evident and the updated spacious interior is guaranteed to welcome and delight.
Further historic information can be found by checking the following;
go to the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage, go to the Advanced search (on the right) and scroll down to Tipperary North, then scroll down in the 'search by' list to 'By Townland' and scroll down to DRUMBAUN, Killoscully and Click.

Entrance Porch and Hall;
Glebe House entrance porch boasts original tiled flooring, recessed lighting and radiator.
Leading to the bright and spacious hall which has carpet flooring, ornate cornicing, raised skirting.
Both formal Dining room and Drawing room are accessed on both left and right hand side.

Formal Dining Room;

With dual aspect bay windows, this delightful room enjoys the solid fuel fireplace with marble surround on slate hearth, open fire-basket insert. There is an arched coved inset to side of fireplace complete with down-lighting as part of the atmospheric lighting this room enjoys.
Connecting serving hatch to kitchen.

Drawing Room:

Entranced from the main hall this is a very bright and pleasant room with both side aspect and double bay windows to front. All interior windows are sash windows with side shutters. Natural wood flooring, solid fuel fireplace, beautiful cornicing, raised skirting. There is also a side door which connects to the family/reading room.


Family/Reading Room;

This room also connects to the Drawing Room. Currently the owners use this room for reading and relaxation, therefore there is floor to ceiling book shelves brimming with an eclectic mix of illustrious authors, all part of the old worlde charm of this beautiful home. The solid fuel fireplace of cast iron insert with marble surround on slate hearth adds warmth in the evening's dusk.


Kitchen;

With original tiled flooring, one wall completely taken with base and over-counter units reaching ceiling height, pride of place is given to the oil-fired range which also heats the ground floor radiators and hot water for the entire home. There is a separate scullery which is a good sized practical room including base and eye level storage units, sink unit and free standing electric cooker.
The exterior door of the Scullery leads directly onto the courtyard beyond. As with many a country residence, this is the usual entrance for family and friends alike who enjoy gathering in the warm and welcoming kitchen.
All the kitchen units are solid wood which have been painted a warm yellow.

First Floor:
Landing area at turn stairs.

Family Bathroom is located here.
This is a lovely bright area with a courtyard aspect window, carpet flooring, radiator, dado rail.


Family Bathroom;

Soft tones enhance the natural timber decorative panels and storage units.
Courtyard aspect window, radiator, w.c. and
w.h.b. free standing tub.


Bedroom 1 (Master Bedroom)

Door leads into small corridor which includes doors to both Master Bedroom and also to the en-suite. The solid fuel fireplace works perfectly (which is true for all fireplaces throughout this home). This is a magnificent room with natural light emanating throughout.
Fine proportions, high ceilings and nature's scenic views of bountiful gardens ensure that this room exudes both a tranquil and positive ambiance.


Bedroom 2;
Good double sized room with side aspect window, solid fuel fireplace, radiator.

Bedroom 3;
Double room with side aspect window, solid fuel fireplace, radiator.

Bedroom 4;
Very large double or triple room with side aspect window, solid fuel fireplace, radiator. Book Shelving unit to entrance.

Going back down the back stairs.

At the commencement of this is the Maid's Room (presently the hot press which is a walk in area, totally shelved).

The back stairs section downstairs includes a downstairs bathroom, separate Utility or Laundry Room and Boot Room. The under-stairs has been set out for wine storage. Located in the Boot room is the oil fired central heating boiler which heats the first floor radiators.


COURTYARD

To include two stables; one double and one single, ground floor studio, first floor two-bedroom apartment, tack room and store Room.

The courtyard has a double entrance with integral brick-arch, hipped slate roof. This is a lovely decorative building and in excellent order.


Stables;
There are two stables, one single and one double. Water trough.


Studio;

The former carriage house arch is now the entrance doorway to the ground floor studio. The many glass panelled design allows natural light to saturate the interior. There is a Guest w.c. to the back of the studio.


Self-contained Apartment;

With separate entrance, the apartment includes open plan living section with courtyard aspect window and overhead velux window, two bedrooms-both with built-in robes, shower room with w.c. w.h.b. and electric shower.


Tack Room;
Presently this houses the oil central heating boiler which heats the studio and apartment.

Store Room;
Shelved.

Lands and Barn;

Excellent pasture lands, well fenced and, naturally, well tended.

The Barn is located on the approach from the second entrance and has it's own ESB meter (60amp supply). It is also plumbed. Side panels slide open for easy access.


Services;

Mains; Newport water scheme. There is also a private well on site which is currently not in use.
Private Septic Tank.
Oil Central Heating.
Solid Fuel fireplace in each interior room of the main house.
Year of Build; Circa 1880
Protected Structure S.724 North Tipperary County Council.




DIRECTIONS:
Take the road R503 to Newport;
At the square put the clock to zero, drive for c.5.5 km from the square in Newport out the L2110 Road past Skoda Garage keep to the left of the graveyard (driving straight ahead), you will see a black/yellow bridge and Y ahead, veering right continue until you reach the 5.5km and notice the gated entrance to your left, there are two entrances, one white and one black a little further on. Take the black wrought iron gated entrance to the front of Glebe House.
Tip: look at www.gocodes.ie and use the code 'P24GGP9' which will give an exact pin-point of Glebe's location.

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This property was last updated: 89 days ago

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Contact Name: Clare Tipp Properties

Phone: 061 376550

PSR Licence Number: 001210

This Detached House located at Glebe House, Drumbaun, Newport, Co. Tipperary is currently for sale. This property was last updated by Clare Tipp Properties 89 days ago. Glebe House, Drumbaun, Newport, Co. Tipperary is priced as: €425,000 and has 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms. View all properties for sale in Newport, Co. Tipperary. View properties for sale with 4 bedrooms in Newport, Co. Tipperary.
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