J P & M Doyle, has just launched to the market, Clonfert South, Maynooth, Co Kildare, a bungalow and a farmyard on circa 106.8-acres/ 43.2 hectares, with an advised minimum value of €1.65 million.
The property will come under the hammer in a public auction on Wednesday, September 27th, 2023, at 3pm in the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth, Co Kildare.
Lot 1 consists of a bungalow on circa 94.5-acres / 38.24 hectares guiding north of €1,650,000.
Meanwhile, lot 2 comes in the form of circa 12.3-acres / 4.98 hectares guiding in excess of €175,000.
The subject lands are in a rural area consisting of farmland and one-off housing, in a prime location with easy access to the M4 from either Maynooth or Kilcock.
The bungalow is “ideal” for extending and renovation or a replacement dwelling subject to the necessary planning permission.
The lands are laid out in nine divisions and are currently in tillage and suitable for most agricultural purposes.
The subject property comprises c.106.8 acres / 43.2 hectares, including a bungalow and farmyard.
The residence comprises a two-bedroom bungalow currently in need of “extensive modernisation”, built in c.1958 and extending to c.113.34 sq. m / 1220 sq. Ft.
Accommodation includes a porch, an entrance hallway, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, a conservatory, a guest W.C., bathroom and two bedrooms.
The farmyard has a five-bay hay shed with a lean-to-off and outbuildings.
There is a small portion of the lands located in a separate division extending to land c.12.3 acres / 4.98 hectares.
There are three separate access points to the holding, and two agricultural entrances. The land is of good quality and suitable for most agricultural purposes, the spokesperson noted.
The property is located in the townland of Clonfert South, c.7.5 Km west of Maynooth Town and just c. 5km from Kilcock town, nearby villages include Clane, Celbridge, Rathcoffey and Straffan, which have some quaint local traders, shops, restaurants & pubs.
Maynooth is a “prominent and vibrant” area in the north of Kildare, c.23 km west of Dublin, while the M50 is less than a 20-minute drive from the property.
The area is rich in amenities with an “excellent” choice of both primary & and secondary schools and third-level education at Maynooth University.
Sports clubs are plentiful in the area with G.A.A clubs, soccer, rugby clubs, fishing, and equestrian activities all readily available.
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