Bayly Farm is a well maintained 3 bay, 2 storey detached Georgian period residence standing amongst mature woodland with a backdrop of open agricultural land and views of the Silvermines Mountains. The house has been extended in recent times with the addition of a large modern self-contained wing. The immediate grounds are mature gardens and pasture land, with the front paddock extending down to the Nenagh River. Approx. 461 sq. m. (4,962 sq. ft.)
To the rear of the modern wing and main house stands a number of traditional buildings and courtyard. The house is being offered on approx. 11.7 ha (29 acres), which includes an area of modern hard wood plantation, tillage ground, grassland paddocks and mature woodland in addition to the gardens.
The property is approached from the public road by a gravel avenue, through open agricultural land leading to a secluded wooded section then arriving at the gravel forecourt at the front door surrounded by lawns and flowerbeds.
The lands extend to approx. 11.7 ha (29 acres) and include a number of land types. To the right of the avenue is a section of approx. 2.83 ha (7 acres), recently under tillage and a further section of recent oak / ash plantation approx. 2.02 ha (5 acres). To the left of the avenue is an area with grass paddocks, approx. 1.21 ha (3 acres). In front of the house is the river paddock of approx. 2.02 ha (5 acres). The remainder of the property is made up of mature woodland with native oak, ash and beech, gardens, lawns, farm buildings and roadways.
Bayly Farm is situated in a rural location, while benefitting from the proximity of the local town of Nenagh. The market town of Nenagh supplies all the requirements of modern living with many of the major shopping chains having outlets, primary and secondary educational facilities and social and leisure facilities. The proximity of Lough Derg offers the aquatic enthusiast, be they fishermen or sailors outstanding amenities. There are various fishing clubs round the lake and both course and game fishing is available. The boating and sailing enthusiast is well catered for with Lough Derg Yacht
Club at Dromineer which caters for motor boats, keel boats and dinghies. Round the lake there are many small harbours which offer safe mooring and refreshments. For the equine enthusiast there are a number of well-known hunts within boxing distance. In Nenagh there are the North Tipperary Foxhounds and Ormond Hunts. Nenagh Point to Point and Agricultural Show are notable dates in the local diary. The area is well served with historical, natural and scenic sites to visit with attractions such
as Nenagh Castle, The Graves of the Leinstermen and Killaloe Cathedral. Approximately an hour’s drive there is the of Limerick city, with its rich architecture and history and Shannon Airport.
Nenagh 3.6 km
Limerick city 47 km
Shannon Airport 74 km
Dublin city 163 km
Dublin International Airport 170 km