Kildare town stud farm auction

Kilnagornan
Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents has just received instructions to dispose of a fine 110 acre non residential stud farm at Kildare Town and will Auction it on Wednesday 16th October at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, unless previously sold.

Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents has just received instructions to dispose of a fine 110 acre non residential stud farm at Kildare Town and will Auction it on Wednesday 16th October at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, unless previously sold.

The property, Kilnagornan, which is situated just outside the Town opposite Troytown Hospital is currently being used as an isolation and pre-training facility by John Oxx and is ideal for development as a private stud.

The farm which is of the highest quality is laid out in one block with 12 paddocks, all with good thorn hedges and some post and rail fencing with tremendous shelter. The lands have been lightly grazed with bloodstock, with a local dairy farmer following with cattle, leaving the land in great heart, suitable also for tillage.

Currently all in permanent pasture there is absolutely no waste whatsoever and has piped water to all paddocks both mains and private, with an internal road system connecting all yards.

The buildings include 60 loose boxes in four different yards, 2 horse walkers, 2 lunging rings and a small circular woodchip gallop.

There are many public studs in the area, including the Irish National Stud, Kildangan Stud and Gilltown Stud.

The M7 Motorway is easily reached giving easy access to Southern studs or the Airport and Dublin Port.

The property is just outside Kildare Town convenient to the Curragh Racecourse, Goffs, the M7, while there are several veterinary practices in the locality.Paddy Jordan reports very good interest already in the farm which is being guided at €12,000 per acre.

Full details brochure, etc are available from Jordans 045-433550.

Viewing is strictly by appointment through the Selling Agent. Telephone: 045 433550.