COMMUNITY AND LIVING
A strong sense of community, beautiful landscape, and vibrant cultural scene combine to make South Tipperary an extremely attractive place to live.
South Tipperary is known as the ‘premier’ county – and we think it’s mainly because people here enjoy the good life. In our rural and urban towns and villages, you’ll notice a strong community ethos, which helps people to integrate quickly through a network of clubs and associations.
We have plenty of arts and cultural events scheduled all year round, with various groups in the main towns and villages, and a lively programme of festivals between spring and autumn.
Because South Tipperary has attracted some of the large multinationals, local employment opportunites are wide and varied. There is a diverse range of career options available through the indigenous companies, SME's, agriculture and local government sectors.
All over South Tipperary, residential property prices are similar to those in rural parts of the country, and tend to be cheaper than the main urban areas in the counties on our borders. You can benefit from favourable prices without losing your city connections, because South Tipperary is conveniently located for Dublin, Cork and Limerick. Enquire at local property agents to find out more about the properties currently available for sale or let.
For more information on Community Life in Tipperary, please consult the following guide for many useful facts, contacts details and web addresses.
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A Guide to Community Life in Tipperary