Lismacue in County Tipperary, just north of the road from Cahir to Limerick near the village of Bansha, is approached by an unusually long avenue of lime trees with views of the Galtee Mountains and the Glen of Aherlow. The house was completed in 1813 to the design of the Kilkenny architect William Robertson in a mildly Tudor-Revival style that is far more delicate than his more exuberant later work. The walls are rendered with ‘eyebrows’ over the windows and restrained pinnacles and crenellations, with a small floating crenellated pediment or gable on each front.

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Lismacue, Bansha, Tipperary

t: +353 62 54106

f: +353 62 54126



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