Hazelwood, Ballyhays, Straffan €675k Sherry FitzGerald O’Reilly 045 866 466
Why drive to the K Club when you can walk to the famous fairways in 10 minutes from this bungalow just outside Straffan?
Built in 1979 and renovated in 2005, Hazelwood is a substantial 1,690 sq ft property set on a sizable 0.62 acre site, so there’s lots of room for expansion, subject to planning.
Accommodation includes a living room, dining room, kitchen, four bedrooms (three ensuite), a main bathroom and a sunroom. It’s within reach of the local primary school and secondary schools in Clane and Maynooth, while it’s a 40-minute drive to Dublin.
Markina, Brannockstown, Naas
€675k Smyth Naas 045 895 44
Located in Kildare’s equestrian heartland yet close to the Wicklow border, Brannockstown is a 15-minute drive from both Punchestown Racecourse and Blessington Lakes.
Markina is a 2,500 sq ft bungalow with a host of mod cons including underfloor heating, ventilation with heat recovery, triple-glazed windows, broadband and soft-close internal doors.
Accommodation includes a cloakroom, lounge, living area, sunroom, study, office, kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms (one ensuite), bathroom and guest WC. Outside there’s a good-sized car port with a drying area, store room and loft.
Glenmar, Blessington Road, Naas
€395k Sherry FitzGerald O’Reilly 045 866 466
Anyone willing to take on this 1980s-era fixer-upper will be encouraged to hear that other houses on the Blessington Road, where the heavy lifting had already been done, recently sold for more than €500,000.
Spanning 1,010 sq ft, Glenmar is a bungalow on a fifth of an acre, providing plenty of room to extend, subject to planning. It’s got a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a garage, all in need of renovation.
It’s a two-minute walk to Naas town, within walking distance of shops and a short drive to Naas racecourse and Craddockstown Golf Club.
13 Moanbane Park, Kilcullen
€300k DNG Doyle 045 874 795
Moanbane Park is an estate off the Naas Road built around a series of open green areas.
At 1,593 sq ft, No13 is bigger than it looks from the outside and includes a converted attic, well-lit with skylights and recessed lighting. On the ground floor there’s a living room, a dual-aspect kitchen/diner, utility room, three bedrooms (one ensuite) and a family bathroom.
Local schools within walking distance include St Bridget’s Primary and the Cross and Passion College Secondary School.
It’s a five-minute walk to the main street in Kilcullen and a 45-minute drive to Dublin.