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4 The Furze, Old Grange Wood, Monasterevin, Co. Kildare.

August 10, 2022 #

The property extends to approximately 137 sq.m (1,474 sq.ft) and briefly comprises an entrance hall with Guest W.C and storage closet, sitting room, kitchen/dining area with double doors leading to the rear garden. There is a utility off the kitchen with a side door to the garden. On the first floor there are four bedrooms with the master bedroom being ensuite and a family bathroom. To the second floor is a spacious attic which could be converted into a bedroom/living area subject to the necessary planning permissions.

Springfield House, Tullylost, Rathangan, Co. Kildare. R51F590

July 27, 2022 #

Lot 1 Springfield House on Circa. 0.48 Hectares (1.192 Acres) €550,000
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Lot 2 Springfield House & Lands on Circa 6.40Hectares (15.83Acres) €750,000

Conway Auctioneers and Lisney Sothebys International Reality are proud to present a very fine country home located in a superb setting and only a short drive from Kildare Town and the M7 Motorway.
Springfield House is a charming property which extends to approx. 167sqm (1,800 sqft) in a wonderful private setting.
Accommodation Includes entrance hall, guest w.c, sitting room, living room and kitchen/dining room. On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, one ensuite and family bathroom.

Outside is a gravel yard, 3 original outhouses, sheds, barn, and boiler house and an extensive mature garden.

This well-maintained home, out buildings and gardens stand on Circa 1.192 Acres.
There is also Circa 14.3 Acres of good agricultural land. This would make an ideal holding for those with an interest in equine pursuits or hobby farming.
The property is offered For Sale by Private Treaty in the following Lots.

History & BER
Springfield House dates to the early 1800’s when it was a single storey Rectory House. In the late 1800’s a second storey was added which had an outside stair which was evident in the end wall during refurbishing. The present family purchased the property in 1947.
An extensive and sympathetic refurbishment was carried out in 2013. The house now benefits from a B3 Building Energy Rating (BER) which is rare to find in country properties.

Amenities

Kildare Village Outlet and town are 5.1 miles / 9 minutes drive
Rathangan village: 2.3 miles/ 6 minutes
Redhills Riding Stud: 2.8 miles / 8 minutes
National Stud: 6.4 miles / 11 minutes
Curragh Race Course: 6 miles/ 10 minutes
Japanese Gardens: 6.6 miles / 12 minutes
Newbridge College: 10.4 miles / 24 mins

66 Ruanbeg Close, Ruanbeg Manor, Kildare, Co. Kildare.

July 26, 2022 #

No. 66 is a large 4 bedroom semi detached home overlooking a large green area. Situated in the popular development of Ruanbeg Manor.
This is a well presented, semi-detached family home which is ready to move into. This lovely family home offers bright well-proportioned accommodation of approximately 114.29 sqm (1,230 sqft) to include an entrance hall, sitting room, an open plan dining room / kitchen, and a separate utility room. The ground floor accommodation is completed with a guest w.c. Upstairs there are four spacious bedrooms, the master ensuite, and a family bathroom. New blinds on all windows.

Woodbrook House, Portarlington, Co. Laois. R32X5Y2

July 18, 2022 #

An impressive and substantial late Georgian house comprising 2 and 3 storeys privately set within its own lands.

Extensive any sympathetic restoration over the last number of years included the rebuilding of a
mid 18th century wing complete with 4 storey tower and undertook much of the structural repairs necessary but repairs in some parts of the residence are incomplete .

Woodbrook House represents an opportunity for a potential purchaser to complete and decorate the house to their liking and perhaps would consider a commercial use subject to the necessary planning consents .

Approx. 39 ha / 98 acres with the laid out to pasture and tillage interspersed with maturing parkland trees.

About 1,398 square meters/ 15,078 square feet comprising in brief : reception hall, stair hall,
6 reception rooms, kitchen, Orangerie, Master Bedroom Suite, 12 further bedroom suites, a number of offices and stores.

Gate Lodge ( 1 bedroom ), large selection of stone outbuildings and yards and two walled gardens.

Gardens and grounds

At the entrance to the estate there is a Gate Lodge with a kitchen, living room, shower room and mezzanine bedroom .

Extensive yards behind the house comprise a large range of stone outbuildings in varying repair, some benefit ting being re roofed in natural slate. Immediately beyond these yards lie 2 walled gardens.

The lands are laid out to pasture and in crop and benefit from extensive tree planting
(c 1,000) throughout the estate including a very impressive avenue of Lime trees and planting to reestablish the parkland lost in the 1970’s. Also filled in around this time was a large lake in the field off to the right of the avenue and north and east of the house which could possibly be reinstated .

Fixtures & Fittings

A full inventory is available on request and separate negotiation.

Title

Freehold Title

Protected Status

Woodbrook House is a listed protected structure .

Viewing Strictly by Prior Appointment with Sole Agent.

• Portarlington 4km
• Emo 7.5km
• Portlaoise 16km
• Kildare 14km
• Dublin 80km
• Dublin Airport 60-minute drive
• The Heritage Killenard Hotel & Golf Club 5 minute drive
• Ballyfin House 25 minute drive
• The K- Club 50 minute drive
• The Curragh Racecourse 25 minute drive
• Punchestown Racecourse 45 minute drive
(times approximate)

History
The Woodbrook Estate came in to being on the marriage of Knightly Cherwood to Hester Brooking at St. Michael’s Church Dublin in 1698 . Hester brought 620 acres of land and Tinakill Castle with her as a dowry and in 1700the couple set upon building a residence there . A letter dating as early as 1712 describes ‘the continued building works and improvements’ to the property. In 1713 Cherwwod befriended Jonathan Swift when the latter returned to Ireland as Dean of St. Patrick’s. A long friendship and correspondence ensued . Swift travelled frequently to Woodbrook, using it has his weekend retreat , and it is here in the library he penned much of Gullivers Travels. Unfortunately, as with many of Swifts friendships, he and Cherwood had a falling out and spent their latter years not speaking to each other.

On February 17th 1752 , Cetwood died in London . His son Valentine, who in 1758 was High Sherrif of Co. Laois , succeeded him. He in turn passes away in 1771 and was succeeded by his son Jonathan . The family continued to reside on the estate until 1963 until the blood line ran out .

The original house was a modest 2 storey property comprising drawing room, ding room, library and 4 bedrooms, but like many Irish country houses embellished as family circumstances allowed. In 1750 a grander 3 storey wing was added incorporating a 4 storey tower. A fire in 1790 saw the demise of the drawing room but cleared the way for the now existing Regency wing. The drawing room houses a collection of wall paintings depicting scenes of Scottish Castles, created to remind the new Mrs. Cherwood, a daughter of the Earl of Mann and descendant of the Kings of Scotland , of her homeland. The paintings, executed in the style of Watteau, remain intact to day and have only recently been proved to be the work of Scottish artist David Ramsay Hay . It is one of 3 complete rooms of his work known to survive the others being 73 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2and the staircase hall at Preston Hall in Scotland .

Synopsis of restoration work to date

Extensive and sympathetic restoration has been undertaken in the last number of years to restore the property to its former 18th Century glory and reinstate the 18the Century wing complete with 4 storey tower that was lost in the 1970’s . Great effort has been taken when restoring , rebuilding or replacing to use materials sympathetic to the original craftsmanship of the house .

The schedule of works to date to the main house include ; restoration and replacement of all roofs using reclaimed 18th Century slate where required: replacement of all windows with traditional timber sash windows, reinstating the original hand spun 18th Century glass where possible and taking the opportunity to install a ‘Ventrolla’ draught exclusion system to all windows . The current owner undertook much of the structural repairs necessary but repairs are incomplete; complete rewiring with 5 separate zones ; installation of new gas fired heating system with 5 separate zones; insulation of new plumbing with 2.5 bar pressure to power showers to all bedroom suites; installation of a new well with all bathing water passing through a water softener system; installation of a ‘Puraflow’ sewage treatment system with superfluous capacity fro present accommodation, i.e. could potentially take accommodate extension/conversion of outbuildings subject to the necessary consents; new insulation and fireproofing throughout, wired for high specification integrated fire alarm system; wired for 3 phone lines wireless broadband, and Phonewatch, fittings throughout and the replacement of all gutters and down pipes .

12 Oaktree Green, Cunnaberry Hill, Kildare, Co. Kildare.

July 12, 2022 #

No.12 Oaktree Green is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a bright and spacious Family Home conveniently located within Cunnaberry Hill. This property comes to the market in turnkey condition and benefits from having an attic pitched to full height allowing for space to convert subject to obtaining necessary planning permission. Kildare Town is within walking distance.

Accommodation extends to approximately 107 sq.m (1,151 sq.f) and briefly comprises of an entrance hall, guest wc, utility, kitchen with double doors leading to the back garden, sitting room with double doors leading to back garden, family bathroom, three bedrooms with the master bedroom being ensuite .

Outside to the rear is a professionally landscaped back garden. To the front of the property there is off street parking for two cars.

79 Ruanbeg Crescent, Ruanbeg Manor, Kildare, Co. Kildare.

July 11, 2022 #

A first floor 2-bedroom apartment presented in excellent condition throughout.
No.79 Ruanbeg Crescent offers bright well-proportioned accommodation and benefits from being only minutes from Kildare Town.

Accommodation
Hall 5.80m x 1.00m
with carpet flooring

Sitting room 4.25m x 4.70m
Semi solid wood flooring, TV point and sliding patio door to compact balcony

Kitchen 3.94m x 3.57m
Fitted kitchen, tiled flooring and splash back, electric cooker , hob and dishwasher

Bedroom 1 3.36 x 3.00
Double room to the front of the property with semi solid wood floor and built-in wardrobes

Bedroom 2 3.85m x 2.54m
Double room to the rear of the property with semi solid wood floor and built in wardrobes

Bathroom 3.83m x 2.54m
Tiled flooring, bath, walk in shower, W.C. W.H.B.

Apartment10, Saggart Lodge Court, Saggart, Co. Dublin.

June 1, 2022 #

A superb two bedroom ground floor apartment in this much sought after location,
No.10 Saggart Lodge Court is presented in walk-in condition and has been exceptionally well cared for and looked after over the years. Benefitting from bright and spacious dual aspect accommodation, the apartment enjoys generous living space in a location of utmost convenience. Upon entering the apartment there is a generous ‘L’ shaped hallway, large bright living/dining room with kitchen off, two double bedrooms, one with Ensuite a bathroom and the added benefit of a private balcony. The apartment enjoys two car parking spaces and very well-maintained communal gardens.

Situated in Saggart Village, this fine owner-occupied apartment is close to the Saggart Luas Stop, N7 & M50. There are many shops, schools, bars and restaurants all within walking distance.

8 Ferns Crescent, Ferns Bridge, Monasterevin, Co. Kildare.

May 10, 2022 #

No.8 Ferns Crescent, Ferns Bridge is a well presented semi-detached family home, located within this mature development in Monasterevin. This super home offers bright well proportioned accommodation of approximately 103 sq.m (1,108 sq.ft) to include an entrance hall, sitting room and kitchen/dining area.

The ground floor accommodation is completed with a guest w.c. which incorporates a wet room shower. Upstairs there are three spacious bedrooms and a extended family bathroom. Outside is a landscaped back garden which includes two sheds, one of which is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer.

Conveniently located only 10 minutes walk from Monasterevin Train Station, Ferns Bridge is within close proximity to a host of amenities. There is a wide selection of creches and both primary and secondary schools in the immediate vicinity.

Glebe Court, Rathangan

April 19, 2022 #

– 3 Bedroom Semi- Detached
– Floor area C. 93 sq.m (1,001 sq.ft)
– Large rear garden
– Oil fired central heating
– Off street parking
– BER C3

A well-presented three-bedroom family home conveniently located within this mature development in Rathangan. The property offers bright accommodation throughout and benefits from a spacious rear garden.

Accommodation includes an entrance hall, sitting room, toilet, kitchen/dining area with a single door leading to the rear. To the first floor there is a family bathroom and three bedrooms with the master bedroom being ensuite.

Entrance Hall 3.77 x 2.05
Carpet flooring

Toilet 0.87 x 1.89
Tiled flooring, W.C. W.H.B

Sitting room 4.19 x 3.77
Carpet flooring, feature open fireplace, T.V. point

Kitchen/Dining area 6.37 x 3.28
Tiled flooring Kitchen area with semi solid wood flooring dining area, storage units at eye and ground level, electric oven and hob, access to rear via single door

First floor

Landing 4.30 x 0.88
Carpet flooring

Master bedroom 3.40 x 3.41
Carpet flooring, built in wardrobe, feature bay window

Ensuite 0.88 x 2.54
Tiled flooring, double walk-in shower, W.C. W.H.B.

Bedroom 2 3.41 x 3.07
Carpet flooring

Bedroom 3 2.66 x 2.89
Carpet flooring

Family bathroom 2.60 x 1.83
Tiled flooring, bath with electric shower, W.C. W.H.B.

1A Dara View, Station Road, Kildare, Co. Kildare

February 22, 2022 #

A bright and spacious 3 bedroom apartment located in the centre of Kildare town .

Fullams, Main Street, Rathangan, Co. Kildare.

February 18, 2022 #

Fullams has a long and rich history. Formally, the property of Rathangans best known Quaker women, Elizabeth Pims. The building itself and its back lands were host to a number of different businesses over the years. There was a Chandlery, a Tanyard and a Bark Mill to the rear and of course most recently a Public House, Newsagency, Grocer and even a Bank in the main premises.
The building has also been a home to four generations of the current owners the Fullam family.
From the front of the building, some of the significant features of the Georgian period can be observed, in particular the fan light over the pub door. The large back yard was also a centre of industry where local auctions and marts took place before a few well-earned beverages were had to close the deal.
Most recently, that same back yard was host to a very successful music festival; Fullam Fest which accommodated over 500 patrons on the night.

An imposing property which holds a prominent position on Main Street in Rathangan with an overall Gross Internal Floor Area 387.08 sq.m (4,166 sq.ft) standing on Circa. 0.647 Hectares (1.6 Acres). The property offers a buyer an immediate income from the Newsagents which has a substantial Turnover (figures provided on request).
The 7 Day Public Licence is included in the sale. The large site to the rear offers long term development potential. The property backs on to the banks of The Grand Canal which is super addition to the property.

The property has been maintained well and provides a great opportunity for a new owner to put their stamp on the property and offers ample commercial opportunities.

Within a 10km catchment area of Rathangan there is a population of 5,513
(census of population 2016) with approx. 1,777 houses in the village with further housing developments planned. It has an attractive rural hinterland and benefits from ease of access to both M4 and M7 motorways and has a good bus service to and from Dublin City.

Dublin City is approx. 55km to the east, Kildare town is approx. 12 km to the southeast and Naas is approx. 25km to the east.

The development of Greenway routes along the canals of Ireland will see major investment from both central and local government. The aim is to attract local and international tourists to towns and villages situated on the canals. The Grand Canal running through the village, will benefit from infrastructural investment and subsequent visitors who will want to shop, eat, drink and stay in Rathangan.

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Public Bar

Floor Area – 89.44 sq.m (963 sq.f)
A traditional style bar with carpet flooring and open fire. There are Ladies & Gents WC’s , cold room, access to cellar and access to the Newsagents off the corridor to the toilets .

Newsagents

Floor Area 45.2 sq.m (486 sq.f)

A thriving convenience store with a high volume of trade.
Turnover figures and certified managed accounts can be provided on request
All shelving and fridges included in the sale.

Residence

Floor Area 252.44 sq.m (2,717 sq.f)

This well-appointed residence is split over basement, ground floor and first floor. Accommodation briefly includes -Entrance Hall at basement level, sitting room and kitchen. At ground floor level is a back hall and access to the Public House and Newsagents. On the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms with one ensuite and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are a further two bedrooms and storeroom.

Outside
There is on street parking to the front of the property. Access to the rear is through an archway to the side of the property. This offers a decerning buyer huge scope to extend the building, provide off street car parking and scope for future residential development subject to the necessary planning permissions.

Planning History
Planning Reference 07/2723
Planning permission was granted in 2008 to demolish existing extensions to the rear, relocate the Public Bar, extend the retail offering, and add two apartments with parking to the rear. This planning has since lapsed.

Heating is Oil Fired Central Heating

BER Exempt – Listed Building

238 Chambers Park, Kilcock, Co Kildare.

October 18, 2021 #

No. 238 Chambers Park is a well presented 2-bedroom first floor apartment. Chambers Park is a quiet, charming, and well-located development in Kilcock. The apartment was constructed in 2005 and has been well maintained by the current owners. The oven, hob and washing machine have been replaced in 2020 and are included in the sale along with a tumble dryer The gas boiler was upgraded as was the electric shower. This bright, spacious property is ready to move in to and would make a great starter home or investment property.

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