DescriptionStud farm with residence on c.74 acres
Adare 4.5 km - Limerick 23 km - Dublin 220 km - Cork - 91 km - Shannon Airport 47 km
An exceptional turnkey breeding complex, superbly positioned in a delightful setting with panoramic views over the rolling countryside and distant mountains. It is located close to the historical village of Adare and just a 15 minute drive from Limerick City. The property also benefits from an excellent road network via the M7 and N21.
The stud benefits from a superb infrastructure with a high standard of equipment installed throughout and has an enviable record as a breeding ground for exceptional thoroughbreds.
The property is accessed via electric security gates and tarmacadam driveway. Upon entry there are two residences to the front which lead to the American Barn. In addition there is an entrance to the rear of the property via a secondary road which provides ideal access for hacking.
Purpose built American barn.
Incorporating 21 boxes, 2 foaling boxes, tack room, feed room, office, veterinary room, wash bay, stocks, shower room, two toilets, large storage area for hay / straw & shavings. Machinery shed & associated storage areas.
Loading bay for both a horse box and trailer.
Horse walker (6 unit), lunging ring, two all-weather paddocks, and fenced yearling prep track. Teaser box.
Two span haybarn with winter shelter unit and cattle shoot, pen & crush off.
2 furlong (412 meter) gallop, wexford sand with a facility for a sprinkler system.
Excellent internal roads.
13 paddocks all in grass, post & railed with water laid on.
Private water supply.
Ground Floor - entrance hallway, reception area / sun room, two reception rooms, kitchen / dining room, utility & guest w.c., bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
First Floor – landing area with two bedrooms both en-suite.
Basement (with oil tank and oil burner).
Ground Floor - entrance hallway, reception area, two reception rooms, kitchen, utility & guest w.c., bedroom.
First Floor – landing area with two bedrooms and bathroom.
FeaturesHistory of Adare
Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl was a title in the Peerage of Ireland. It was created in 1822 for Valentine Quin, 1st Viscount Mount-Earl. Quin had already been created a Baronet of Adare in Co. Limerick. He was made Viscount Adare in 1822 at the same time as he was given the earldom.
His son, the second Earl, represented Co. Limerick in The House of Commons from 1806 to 1820 and also sat in the House of Lords as an Irish Representative Peer from 1839 until his death in 1850.
His eldest son, the third Earl, sat as a Conservative Member of Parliament from 1836 to 1850 and also served as Lord Lieutenant of Co. Limerick from 1864 to 1871. The titles became extinct when the seventh Earl died on 25 March 2011 at his residence, Kilgobbin House, Adare.
The river Maigue provides excellent fishing close by.
Adare’s Friday Market provides a wide range of culinary delights.
Hunting with the Limericks.
Greyhound racing at Limerick stadium.
Rugby at Thomand Park following Munster.
Horse racing at Limerick, Tipperary & Cork.
Golf at the world renowned Adare Manor.
Woulfe Murphy Solicitors, The Square, Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick.
BER DetailsBER: F BER No.105312144 Energy Performance Indicator:107.93 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsFrom the Dublin direction travel south/west on the M7 toward Limerick. Continue on the M7, bypassing the city, and proceed on to the M20 heading for the village of Adare. Take the N21/Blackabbey Road out of the Adare and proceed approximately 4.5 km and property is on the right.