The place, the time...for work, rest, and play
When it comes to work-life balance, Tipperary has few rivals. Those who come to live in Tipperary tend not to leave and it’s easy know why. Tipperary scores particularly high in affordability, with an average house value way below the national average. It’s not just affordability that makes living in Tipperary a lot of sense; work commute times
are low, there’s immediate access to the best education options, from pre-school right up to universities, while the County excels in extracurricular activities – sports, culture, you name it.
A place steeped
In sporting terms, Tipperary’s heritage is without equal. The town
Tipperary is internationally famous for another sport of giants – horse racing, the ‘sport of kings’. With trainers based throughout the county, its most famous stable of all is Ballydoyle, which was founded by one of the sport’s greatest ever trainers and winner of multiple classics Vincent O’Brien. His stud has been taken over by the equally incomparable Aidan O’Brien. The county also has a global status for breeding, with Coolmore Stud the largest exporter of thoroughbred horses in the world.
And there’s more; with a strong tradition in rugby and soccer, boasting internationals in both codes today as well as greyhound racing, athletics, golf, angling, mountain biking, road cycling, etc.
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|Cost of living a third less than large urban areas
|Average rent 37% more affordable than Dublin
|35,000 students. Over 200 pre schools, primary and second level schools
|Four general hospitals less than 30 mins drive
|Three major cosmopolitan cities within 90 mins
|A host of beautiful beaches within 30-120 mins