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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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3-bed bungalow on 5.93ac guiding at €750k is ‘ideal for a hobby farmer’

A substantial 3-bed bungalow with a detached double garage on circa 5.93-acres, in Kilboy, Kilbride, Co Wicklow, which has just hit the market, “is ideal for a hobby farmer or someone with equestrian interests”.

That is according to Jordan Auctioneers, who is handling the sale of the elevated 3-bedroom bungalow, which extends to 2,338 sq.ft. (c. 217.17 sq.m.) and is set back from the road amid c. 5.93 acres, along with mature landscaped gardens and two paddocks.

Constructed in 2000, the property is in “excellent condition” with PVC fascia/soffits, double glazed PVC windows, alarm, oak fitted kitchen with black forest bullnose edge polished granite worktop, internal oak doors, three very large bedrooms (all ensuite), attic flooring, underfloor heating (installed but not connected) and central oil-fired heating.

The property is approached through a recessed entrance with electric gates to a sweeping tarmacadam driveway, which leads up to the house and large double garage (605 sq.ft./56.25 sq.m.) and is all enclosed by mature trees and hedges, which provide a “secluded haven of peace and tranquillity”.


The property is located on an elevated site in the townland of Kilboy, accessed via a local road, close to:

  • Barndarrig Village (2 km);
  • Wicklow Town (9.5 km);
  • Arklow (17km);
  • Dublin City Centre (55 km).

The property is located less than a 10 minutes’ drive to Brittas Bay, with the National Botanic Garden and Vale of Avoca located close by.

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Connections to the M11 are 5 minutes away at the Beehive (Exit 18) for Northbound Traffic and Jack White’s Pub (Exit 19) for Southbound Traffic.

The property is for sale by private treaty with Jordan Auctioneers issuing a guide price of €795,000 for the entire.

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