A parcel of land between Brannockstown and Naas is likely to sell for €1.2m.
The farm south of Brannockstown occupies just over 101 acres and has extensive frontage on to the Naas to Dunlavin road (R412).
Auctioneers Savills, based in Molesworth Street, Dublin, evidently believe the holding has considerbale potential and point out it is located close to the M9 motorway (Junction 2) and “in the heart of stud country and surrounded by the Ragusa, Ballymore and Ardenode studs.”
The land lies 2km south of Brannockstown village, 5km from Killcullen, and 45 km from Dublin
A pre-sale release says the lands “have a wonderful parkland setting with a lovely selection of mature timber stands dotted throughout the holding” and the agent believes that it is sure to “attract strong interest among the equine industry.”
Savills are offering the lands for sale in a single lot and they are quoting an asking price of €1,215,000 which equates to just over €12,000 per acre.