Tipperary Towns/Villages with property for sale

Cummer Beg Cottage Renovation, Kilcommon, Tipperary
A charming 400 year old traditional Irish cottage on a level 2 acre site. There is a driveway to a l...
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9 Ascaill Bhrian, Cashel, Tipperary
Modern 3 bedroom semi detached house in well sough after area...
3 3
22 Ashgrove Drive, Clonmel, Tipperary
5 bedroom detached 135 sq m/1453 sq ft approx in size, this is a superb five bedroom semi detached r...
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12a Emmet Street, Tipperary Town, Tipperary
Investment Property - shop/office area with bathroom could easily be converted into a bedsitter ...
3 2
The Blue House, Cahir, Tipperary
A restored period house in fine condition, new wiring, double glazing throughout....
3 2
Castlepark, Golden, Tipperary
Stunningly beautiful property in Co. Tipperary...
3 1
Garrynoe Bungalow, Ballingarry, Tipperary
Bungalow in beautiful quite area within short distance to schools and shops...
4 2
96 Rockview, Cashel, Tipperary
Central Location. Redesign interior. New Kitchen furniture. Eco wood-pellet stove + extra cosy stove...
3 3
Woodview, Ardfinnan, Tipperary
This is a magnificent house with beautiful views of village, river suir, and surrounding mountains o...
4 2
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Tipperary County Description

One of the loveliest of the Irish midland counties, County tipperary lies in the Shannon basin and the upper catchment area of the River Erne. tipperary is famous for its excellent fishing. Head for the lovely town of Lanesborough and the area around Lough Ree to enjoy some great angling. County Tipperary is Ireland's largest inland county in one of the lushest parts of the country: Largely a dairy farming area. Tipperary offers tranquil, unspoilt countryside and fresh clean waters, perfect for walking and fishing holidays. The Silvermines and the Devil's Bit mountain provide spectacular drives and walks while the River Suir is noted for its brown trout. Along the shores of Lough Derg are little villages, including Terryglass, the overall National Tidy Town Awards winner for 1997. The River Suir and the Knockmealdown mountains present a vivid landscape, and the Galtees in the South west corner of Tipperary offer excellent scenery, with the northern foothills overlooking the Glen of Aherlow. Tipperary offers a variety of accommodation, food and activities for all ages in a natural setting. Sporting activities in the county are varied. Hurling, horses and hunting, history and heritage blend in a palette of motion in locations and attractions which are sure to please. Tipperary offers everyone the opportunity to explore and discover the story of Ireland retained in stone and recalled by guides who gladly share their knowledge and love of this invigorating county. The walker and outdoors enthusiast is well serviced in this county of hills and vales. Signposted routes - as on Slievenamon or the more rugged and challenging Galtee Mountains - provide ample scope for even the most dedicated hill walker. The banks of the River Suir, part of the North Munster way, is also important as a linear park-line amenity. [Source : Tipperary.com]

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