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Compact cottage holding in Kildare for €1.05m

49ac former Land Commission farm near Kilcock with neat bungalow and an array of sheds

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Ready to go: The four-bedroom bungalow with the Kilcock farm is in pristine condition.

Ready to go: The four-bedroom bungalow with the Kilcock farm is in pristine condition.

The land is in tillage and pasture and can be bought as an entire or lots.

The land is in tillage and pasture and can be bought as an entire or lots.

The bungalow is set in neat gardens.

The bungalow is set in neat gardens.

The land is elevated with views over the countryside.

The land is elevated with views over the countryside.

There is a comprehensive range of dated sheds.

There is a comprehensive range of dated sheds.

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Ready to go: The four-bedroom bungalow with the Kilcock farm is in pristine condition.

Much is being made of the shortage of farmland on the market in and around the Greater Dublin Area.

Agricultural holdings that come for sale have no shortage of customers, and it is expected that a 49ac residential property at Ballycannon, Co Kildare will attract lively attention.

The former Land Commission holding 5km from Kilcock is be sold by Eamon O’Flaherty of Sherry FitzGerald O’Flaherty Brady with a guide price of €1.075m.

It includes a neat bungalow in pristine condition, a yard with a comprehensive range of outbuildings and 49ac of sound grazing land, with 1km of road frontage on two sides.

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The land is in tillage and pasture and can be bought as an entire or lots.

The land is in tillage and pasture and can be bought as an entire or lots.

The land is in tillage and pasture and can be bought as an entire or lots.

In the same family ownership since the 1960s it has been well farmed and well minded.

The lands are in two principal divisions in permanent pasture and tillage and suitable for any agricultural purpose.

The place is bounded by mature hedging with some fine trees giving plenty of shelter.

The 1,450 sq ft, four-bed bungalow has a lawn to the front and a sheltered paddock to the left.

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The bungalow is set in neat gardens.

The bungalow is set in neat gardens.

The bungalow is set in neat gardens.

A tarmac drive leads to a concrete area behind the house with plenty of parking space.

The farm buildings include an A-roof cubicle shed, loose cattle sheds, a three-column hayshed with lean-to, machinery storage space, a silage pit, a cattle pen and cattle-handling facilities.

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There is a comprehensive range of dated sheds.

There is a comprehensive range of dated sheds.

There is a comprehensive range of dated sheds.

The free-draining, fertile ground is in great heart without an inch of waste.

The property will be sold as an entire or in lots.

The first lot includes the house and yard on 34.6ac, guided at €875000.

About 15ac of this section is under tillage, with the balance under permanent pasture.

The land is fit for any purpose and, given the road frontage, there is potential to add a house.

The second lot is made up of a 12.5ac, south-facing field in permanent pasture.

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Located down a boreen away from the rest, it is slightly elevated and well-fenced by good boundary hedging with its own access to the road. This portion, with a guide of €200,000, could also be a site for a new house.

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The land is elevated with views over the countryside.

The land is elevated with views over the countryside.

The land is elevated with views over the countryside.

According to Mr O’Flaherty, the farm has generated significant interest from the locality and beyond.

The property will be sold on Thursday, August 18, at 3pm at the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth and on the online LSL Platform.


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