Situated in Ballycumber, County Offaly, Bellair Estate comprises a superb 19th Century house, modern 350-cow dairy complex, farm manager’s house, land in a continuous block, swimming pool complex, walled garden, former gate lodge and a historic range of outbuildings.
Nestled in the heart of Ireland, the estate is set in a private, rural location and is extremely accessible.
A key feature of the estate is the dairy farm which carries a highly productive herd of dairy cows.
There is a modern dairy complex with a 32-unit rotary parlour and a single shed providing winter accommodation for the entire milking herd, including 350 cow cubicles.
A five-bedroom modern house provides secondary residential accommodation and is presently occupied by the farm manager, while an uninhabited gate lodge offers the potential to provide further accommodation. There is a range of historic outbuildings which are of traditional construction and are centred upon a former cheesemaking plant. A particular advantage of the estate is the extent and quality of the farmland which lies in a contiguous block.
A notable feature of the farmland is the excellent infrastructure, including good access via the public roads and a network of internal tracks, fencing and water supply.
Bellair Estate comprises a rare combination of assets, including a charming country house at its core.
The house is set within historic parkland and includes well-balanced and beautifully proportioned accommodation.
There is an abundance of amenity at Bellair, which is surrounded by a diverse rural landscape.
Bellair Estate is offered to the market by Savills.
Property agent, James Butler, stated: “Bellair offers the extremely rare opportunity to acquire a mixed estate which extends to about 345 acres and lies within a contiguous block, with a fully equipped modern dairy complex and a fine period house.” The estate is for sale as a whole by private treaty, with a preference for a sale on a lock, stock and barrel basis.
Visit www.savills.co.uk for further information.