A charming 15-acre residential roadside holding with outbuildings will go under the hammer next week.
Available in one or two lots, the executor sale will take place on Tuesday (March 18th) at 3pm at Talk of The Town, Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow.
The residence - built in the 1900s - is a traditional two-storey, stone-built, farmhouse which is in need of refurbishment and upgrading and has sufficient room to extend if required, according to David Quinn – Quinn Property.
The property - which is located at Portrushen Lower, Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow and extends to 90m² - enjoys an “excellent scenic location” along the Hacketstown/Kiltegan Road (R747). It is only 2km from Kiltegan, 4km from Hacketstown, 12km from Baltinglass, 16km from Tinahely and less than one hour’s drive from Dublin, David Quinn added.
Schools, shops and services are all close by in the towns of Hacketstown, Kiltegan and Baltinglass. “The property enjoys stunning views towards the Wicklow mountains and Lugnaquilla.” He said.
Accommodation consists of:
- Parlour: 4.0m x 6.5m Open fire;
- Kitchen: 4.2m x 3.5m Stanley oil cooker;
- Utility Room: 2.4m x 2.2m;
- Bathroom: 2.4m 1.7m Bath, w.h.b., w.c;
- First Floor:
- Bedroom 1: 4.0m x 2.6m;
- Bedroom 2: 3.3m x 2.1m;
- Bedroom 3: 5.0m x 1.8m.
Services and features include a septic tank, a well water and oil-fired central heating.
- BER G;
- BER No. 104334859;
- Energy Performance Indicator: 622.73 kWh/m²/yr.
There is a large range of useful stone outbuildings, a round roof shed, free-standing lean-to-type shed and a detached garage/workshop.
The lands - which lie to the rear and side of the farmhouse - enjoy extensive road frontage and are of excellent quality and currently in grass, the auctioneer noted.The lands are divided into four divisions and have the benefit of a natural water supply.
The Property may be offered in the following lots:
- Lot 1: Residence & Farmyard on C. 0.83-acres;
Lot 2: C. 14-acres;
Lot 3: The Entire.
“This is an ideal opportunity to purchase a small holding or increase a present holding, with the lands lending themselves to any agricultural or equine Enterprise.” The auctioneer concluded.
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