For sale by Online Auction on April 6th at 12.00 NoonA charming and extremely well-located single storey residence on approx. 7 acres of prime lands with some equestrian facilities. Set in a lovely sylvan setting just off the R405 between the expanding towns of Maynooth & Celbridge, just over 2 kms from both. Dublin city & Airport are within reach. The M4 motorway (junctions 6 & 7) are also easily accessible. The university town of Maynooth offers a myriad of services both social and essential. Maynooth and Celbridge have experienced tremendous growth in recent years both in terms of residential and commercial development. Nearby the property are both Carton House & Castletown House, which offer wonderful amenities for all the family to enjoy. There is also a Dublin Bus stop adjacent to the property providing excellent transport to the capital. The residence itself dates back to the 1940's and comprises of a neat well maintained single storey residence with nice mature gardens and outbuildings including a 2-bay hayshed incorporating 2 stables and tack room. Extending to approx. 66 sq. m(710 sq. ft), accommodation includes; ent hall, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen & 2 living rooms. It offers excellent scope to extend and develop a wonderful home in a truly outstanding location. The lands are of excellent quality, primarily rectangular in shape, all in grass and currently used for grazing. There is a separate gate to the lands from the road. The northern boundary of the lands bound the curtilage of The Obelisk. The Obelisk, is a National Monument commissioned by Katherine Conolly, the widow of Speaker William Conolly. It was built to provide employment for the poor of Celbridge when the famine of 174041 was at its worst. It can be seen from the back of Castletown House some 3 kms away and it is built exactly perpendicular to the centre of the house. It was intended to mark the rear entrance gateway to Castletown house in conjunction with an avenue leading to the house. It stands 140 feet high, and is composed of several arches, adorned by stone pineapples and eagles, topped by a massive obelisk pillar. It was restored in 1961-65 by the Irish Georgian Society.
Entrance Hall - 0.96m x 4.37m
Living Room - 4.49m x 2.97m
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.49m x 3.08m
With gas fired stove & fitted units.
Dining Room - 3.62m x 2.50m
Bedroom 1 - 3.43m x 2.17m
Bedroom 2 - 3.62m x 1.92m
Bathroom - 3.43m x 2.11m
Two bay hayshed incorporating two stables & tack room. Gravelled yard and parking to rear of house. Enclosed mature front and rear gardens. Lands all in grass, in one field with mature boundary hedging.
• Mains water supply • Septic tank
BER No: 114660277
Energy Performance Indicator: 531.96 kWh/m2/yr