A nature lover's dream
196 Tipperary Rd
5 bedrooms / 3.5 bath
5,024 sq ft / 3 car heated garage
Beautifully situated on 24.5 peaceful acres, this home offers a blend of modern finishes & rustic charm. Bask in the 3-seasons porch & enjoy tranquility with the private seclusion, long distance views, & breathtaking sunsets.
This home has an impressive floor plan - you’ll surely appreciate the spacious foyer, vaulted ceilings, first floor laundry, mudroom, gourmet kitchen, flex room, and huge master suite fully -- equipped with double sinks, a soaking tub, walk-in shower, bidet, and enormous walk-in-closet. The functional lower level boasts a family room, bathroom & large bedroom, great for entertaining guests. Upstairs includes 2-bedrooms, a Jack-and-Jill bath, and a large bonus room perfect for a playroom or home gym.
The expansive yard boasts two decks (one off the master), two porches, and a private patio off of the lower level family room. The deck off of the kitchen has a gas line hook-up for those who love to grill out. The lot is mostly fenced and surrounded by mature trees and pasture.
Cozy up by the wood-burning, fieldstone fireplace which has gas log lighter, making fires a breeze.
Other features include: Full view Andersen windows, SubZero Wolf refrigerator, Viking hood, Thermador gas stove top & double oven, Brazilian cherry floors, water purifier, granite countertops, and security system.
It’s the best of all worlds: ideal for nature enthusiasts and those who want to be within 10 minutes of town and within a 20 minute drive to Madison.
Bursting with natural beauty, abundant wildlife, oak ridges, and whimsical farms welcome you to this picturesque countryside. Hunters and nature enthusiasts alike will relish the 3,531 acres of DNR land (available to the public for hunting) encompassed in the Brooklyn Wildlife Preserve. Story Creek, a class 2 trout stream, runs north and south through the preserve. Experienced hikers will enjoy the 6.8 miles (3.5 hours) of the Ice Age Trail (Brooklyn Wildlife Segment), with prairie, mixed forest, and glacial moraines. The Brooklyn Segment links directly with the Ice Age Trail (Montrose Segment), known for its hardwood forests, prairie, farm fields, and bluff overlooks. Cyclists are able to bike 7 miles of this 15 mile journey (out and back). Bring your dog or camp in designated camping areas.
Several surrounding communities offer all the urban conveniences one needs. Enjoy these amenities all within a 10 minute drive: Burreson's Grocery, Paoli Schoolhouse shops & cafe, Corner Cafe, Express Fitness Community Health, Hometown Pharmacy - Belleville, Duluth Trading Company Outlet, Schwoegler's Sugar River Lanes, Three Brother’s Pizza, Dam Bar & Grill, Belleville Ale House, Country View Veterinary Services, & Belleville Public Library.