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03 Dec 2021

KILDARE PROPERTY WATCH: Kilmeague farmhouse and forest to go under the hammer

Huge potential

KILDARE PROPERTY WATCH: Kilmeague farmhouse and forest to go under the hammer

The farmhouse

This intriguing residence at Coolaght, Kilmeague is set on 72.9 acres and could be an interesting project for any buyer. 

It is due to go under the hammer on Thursday, October 4 at 3pm in Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas.

Lot 1 includes the residence on 6.6 acres while Lot 2 covers 42 acres of forestry plantation. Lot 3 comprises 25.4 acres of  forestry plantation.

The forestry land

Coonan Property are delighted to offer this residential holding for sale by public auction.

"The property consists of a two storey farmhouse which sits on a prominent site in the middle of the farm. The property has the benefit of a range of outbuildings and is accessed via an attractive driveway," said the agents.

"The lands which are all in forestry consist of a mix of broad leave and sitka spruce variety. Lot 2 is all broad leaf and is planted about 15 years with an annual payment of approximately 8,000 per annum. The varieties include Oak, Sycamore and Spruce. Lot 3 is all in Sitka Spruce with an annual lease payment of €3,300 per annum which extends until clearfell."

The property offers residential potential with a potential investment opportunity.

The overall farm has excellent road frontage and is well situated just Naas 11km, Prosperous 6 km and Dublin 45 km

For further details contact Philip Byrne Coonan Property at 016286128 or philipb@coonan.com

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