Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge, has just introduced to the market, a “smashing” parcel of land, just outside the village of Kill, Co. Kildare extending to approximately 27 acres (just over 10 hectares).
The land is in two divisions with “superb” mature hedgerows and natural timber, according to Paddy Jordan of the selling agents.
A stream runs along the northern boundary providing a natural water supply to the property, which is located in Fodeens.
According to Paddy, “the land is all in grass but ideal for a wide range of purposes and would make a super site for the construction of a residence and yard subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission”.
“There is over 300 metres frontage onto the local of road. I expect good demand for the land considering its excellent location close to Naas (10km) and The City (20km) with the N7 less than 5 mins drive and the fact that land seldom comes to the market in the area,” he added.
“With the land leasing market currently strong, the investment merits of acquiring land to take advantage of the tax-free income also presents opportunity.”
The property is for auction on Thursday, October 26th, 2023, at 3 pm in Lawlors Hotel, Naas. And Jordan Auctioneers are issuing a guide price of €16,000 per acre.
Meanwhile, last week, we brought you a report from a successful auction, hosted by Jordan Auctioneers, in the form of a 63-acre holding with a farmyard just outside the village of Kill in Co. Kildare, for €1,335,000.
The property, which featured on www.thatsfarming.com, changed hands at a public auction at Lawlor’s Hotel in Naas on Wednesday, September 13th, 2023.
The land is laid out in 5 divisions and is all of “top” quality with no waste whatsoever and currently in permanent pasture with shelter and piped water to all divisions from a private well.
The farmyard comprises cattle handling facilities for 150 head with 2 silage pits and 2 yards together with crush and holding pens.
Before an attendance of circa 25 people, bidding was what Jordan Auctioneers described as “brisk from the outset with several interested parties”.
Opening at €800,000, four bidders battled it out before the hammer fell at €1,335,000, equating to a price of just under €22,000/acre. It is understood the purchaser was locally based.
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