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Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold a superb block of land with an old Farmhouse and Yard on approximately 93 acres at Bogganstown, Co.Meath by Public Auction for €830,000 on Wednesday last.

Before an attendance of around 25 people the land was offered for sale in two lots but it quickly became evident that the interest was for the entire property. Bidding opened at €775,000 with two active bidders for the entire holding up to €810,000 at which stage the property was placed on the market.

Two final bidders fought it out before the hammer fell at €830,000 equating to just under €9,000 per acre. One of the strongest selling points according to Auctioneer Clive Kavanagh was ‘it’s accessibility to the M4, M3 & the Airport’.

The property included a farmhouse, in need of renovation and a number of sheds including stone outbuildings. The land was all in grass, in good sized divisions with some superb mature timber. The property was bought by a Solicitor acting in trust for an undisclosed client.


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Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold 39 acres of top quality agricultural lands at Oulart, Co.Wexford by Public Auction on Wednesday last. Before a good attendance of around 20 people bidding opened at €300,000 with 2 active purchasers bidding up to €480,000. At this point the Auctioneer consulted with the vendors and the entire was placed on the market before another 2 bids were forthcoming and the hammer fell at €490,000 equating to €12,600 per acre.

The property was in an excellent location halfway between the towns of Gorey and Wexford. The lands are currently in stubble and laid out in 2 divisions. They are described by Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents as ‘excellent quality suitable for any number of uses’. In addition to this there was a derelict farmhouse & yard which provided some potential for a new purchaser to apply for Planning Permission for a replacement.

The eventual purchaser is believed to be from the locality and Clive is quoted as saying that the ‘land had generated good interest from the outset’ and the vendor was delighted with the overall result.

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Jordan Auctioneers have just been instructed in the sale of c. 20 acres at Lughill, Monasterevin which is located just off the Monasterevin/Athy Road (R417), 3 miles from Monasterevin and near Kildangan Village.  

The land in total comprises 20 acres of top quality land currently in stubble and suitable for all farming enterprises.  The land has frontage on 2 roads and is easy accessible off the R417.

The property is for sale by Public Auction on Wednesday 26th September 2018 @ 3.00pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €240,000.  Additional information is available from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/20-acres-at-lughill-monasterevin-kildare/4273349



Jordan Auctioneers are delighted to bring to the market a charming detached cottage with yard on circa 2.8 acres at Mullacash, Naas. This is an excellent location close to Two Mile House (4km) Kilcullen (6.5km), Naas (7.5km) & M7 (11km).

The cottage is set back from the road and approached via a tarmacadam avenue. It extends to circa 153 sq.m (1,645 sq.ft) and provides 4 bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen, utility and bathroom. Outside there are mature lawns and various raised beds.

The yard is located to the side of the cottage, mostly under tarmac providing the following buildings:

§  4 span hay shed with lean- to. Partially lofted and secure in one section.
§  Open lean- to shed.
§  Outbuilding and stores fully roofed and secured.

The land is adjacent to the cottage in a well sheltered paddock, ideal for a pony or other uses. The property is to be Auctioned on Tuesday the 16th October 2018 at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge and the agents are quoting €350,000. Further information is available from the office on 045 – 433550.

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Jordan Auctioneers are bringing to the market 57 acres at Ballymacwilliam, Edenderry, Co. Offaly. The property has frontage onto the R441 and is within 5km of Edenderry, 5.5km from Rhode and 15km from Rochfordbridge / M6 (Junction 3). The lands are also close to a number of other villages including Castlejordan, Ballinabrackey, Daingean and Carbury.

The entire is being offered for sale in 3 lots:

Lot 1: Circa 40 acres of top quality tillage lands, all in the one division with road frontage, mature boundaries and a limestone coach house – guide price €360,000

Lot 2: Circa 17 acres of forestry (accessed via a right of way) with a premium of circa €1,800 per annum guide price €50,000.

Lot 3: Entire 57 acres.

The property is for sale by Public Auction on Thursday the 18th October 2018 @ 3.00pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €410,000 for the entire.  Additional information is available from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.


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Period Residence (in need of renovation) on c. 104 Acres and Quarry with considerable reserves of limestone rock

Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents, Newbridge, Co. Kildare together with John FitzGerald of Dougan FitzGerald, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary have just been instructed on a very interesting property called Kedrah Castle Farm in Cahir.  This farm which comprises a former dairy farm and equestrian property with a quarry includes a period residence which needs to be renovated. 

The property is laid out in 12 divisions all in permanent pasture and with the land partly post and railed with excellent shelter and internal roadways giving access to nearly all paddocks.  There are several streams ensuring never failing water supply.

The property has a large limestone quarry which is not operational at the moment but has supplied rock to Cahir By-Pass (1985 and 1990) and the M8 (2007/2008).  A professional assessment has been carried out of the quarry in November 2017 and shows to have considerable reserves of limestone rock.  The quarry has its own access road from the R639 and includes a site office and weighbridge.

The residence is an old stone and slate farmhouse extending to c. 2,400 sq.ft. and is attached to Kedrah Castle (a tower house in ruins) with some antiquities.  Whilst it needs considerable upgrading it is a wonderful setting with panoramic views of the Galtee and Comeragh Mountains.  The extensive concrete yard includes an array of buildings including 4 open sheds (2 with lean-tos) and useful workshop with inspection pit, 13 stables, 2 tack rooms, feed house, large sand arena and lunge ring.

Whilst the farm was originally run as an intensive dairy farm it has been used as an equestrian centre, including livery and has hosted many pony club camps and rallys, hunter trails, carriage driving competitions, One and Two Star Eventing Ireland Horse Trial Events.

It has also hosted an event called “Mayhem” which was a 5km cross country obstacle course and used to film “Ireland Fittest Family” an RTE TV production.  

Its location is of paramount importance just sitting off Exit 10 on the M8 Motorway, less than an hour from Cork and approximately 2 hours to Dublin.

Commenting on the sale Paddy Jordan said “that whilst the quarry does not currently have planning permission there is precedent having been used for the construction of the Cahir By-Pass and the M8 and having considerable reserves of rock much have tremendous potential because of its accessibility to the road network”.

The Joint Agents are guiding a figure in excess of €2m for the entire property which is for sale by Public Auction on Friday 19th October in the Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles.  If you require further information please contact Paddy Jordan on 045-433550 or John FitzGerald on 052-6121003.

Period Residence (in need of renovation) on c. 104 Acres and Quarry with considerable reserves of limestone rock Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents, Newbridge, Co. Kildare together with John FitzGerald of Dougan FitzGerald, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary have just been instructed on a very interesting property called Kedrah Castle Farm in Cahir. This farm which comprises a former dairy farm and equestrian property with a quarry includes a period residence which needs to be renovated. The property is laid out in 12 divisions all in permanent pasture and with the land partly post and railed with excellent shelter and internal roadways giving access to nearly all paddocks. There are several streams ensuring never failing water supply. The property has a large limestone quarry which is not operational at the moment but has supplied rock to Cahir By-Pass (1985 and 1990) and the M8 (2007/2008). A professional assessment has been carried out of the quarry in November 2017 and shows to have considerable reserves of limestone rock. The quarry has its own access road from the R639 and includes a site office and weighbridge. The residence is an old stone and slate farmhouse extending to c. 2,400 sq.ft. and is attached to Kedrah Castle (a tower house in ruins) with some antiquities. Whilst it needs considerable upgrading it is a wonderful setting with panoramic views of the Galtee and Comeragh Mountains. The extensive concrete yard includes an array of buildings including 4 open sheds (2 with lean-tos) and useful workshop with inspection pit, 13 stables, 2 tack rooms, feed house, large sand arena and lunge ring. Whilst the farm was originally run as an intensive dairy farm it has been used as an equestrian centre, including livery and has hosted many pony club camps and rallys, hunter trails, carriage driving competitions, One and Two Star Eventing Ireland Horse Trial Events. It has also hosted an event called “Mayhem” which was a 5km cross country obstacle course and used to film “Ireland Fittest Family” an RTE TV production. Its location is of paramount importance just sitting off Exit 10 on the M8 Motorway, less than an hour from Cork and approximately 2 hours to Dublin. Commenting on the sale Paddy Jordan said “that whilst the quarry does not currently have planning permission there is precedent having been used for the construction of the Cahir By-Pass and the M8 and having considerable reserves of rock much have tremendous potential because of its accessibility to the road network”. The Joint Agents are guiding a figure in excess of €2m for the entire property which is for sale by Public Auction on Friday 19th October in the Horse & Jockey Hotel, Thurles. If you require further information please contact Paddy Jordan on 045-433550 or John FitzGerald on 052-6121003.



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a superb block of land with old Farmhouse and Yard on approximately 93 acres at Bogganstown, Co.Meath for sale by Public Auction.

The property enjoys an excellent location within easy reach of a number of surrounding towns including Dunshaughlin (7 km), Dunboyne (11km), Maynooth (13 km), and Summerhill (12 km).  One the strongest selling points according to the agents is ‘it’s accessibility to the Motorway network of the M4 (Junction7/ Maynooth) and M3 (Junction 6/ Dunshaughlin) in addition to this Dublin Airport is only 40 minutes and the City Centre is accessible in just over 30 minutes.

The property is in a country setting surrounded by agricultural lands.  The farmhouse and yard is well set back from the road and entirely private.

The entire is being offered for sale in 3 lots:

Lot 1: House and yard on c. 83.5 acres. 

This lot comprises the main holding and is accessed via a private recessed entrance and gravel avenue leading to the old farmhouse and yard.  The land is all in grass in a number of well sheltered divisions with some superb mature trees.

The farmhouse although in need of renovation extends to c. 80 sq.m. (861  sq.ft.) and includes:  kitchen (with solid fuel Aga cooker), utility, sitting room, bathroom and bedroom.  Upstairs there is some storage space.

Surrounding the house is an old orchard and a number of sheds including a 4 span hay barn with 2 lean-to’s, stone outbuildings and collecting pens.

Lot 2: c. 10 acres and is adjacent to Lot 1

This 10 acres adjoins lot 1 above with independent road frontage, all in grass and occupying a superb elevated setting with spectacular views toward the Wicklow Mountains and directly over Maynooth.  The entire is surrounded by natural hedgerows and mature timber and would make a lovely site for a residence (subject to usual PP).

Lot 3: The Entire.


Speaking in advance of the sale Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents states that ‘Overall this property has huge potential and would be ideal as an equestrian training establishment, dry stock farm or for someone looking to buy a holding within close proximity to the City with an interest in country living and we expect good interest level’.

The property is for Public Auction on the 17th October 2018 in the Glenroyal Hotel at 3pm and Jordan’s are quoting €750,000 for the entire. Additional information is available from the office on 045 - 433550

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Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market 46.5 acres of top quality agricultural lands at Kill, Co.Kildare. The property is in an excellent location just outside the village of Kill (2km) with frontage onto both the Straffan and Barberstown road. It is easily accessible to a range of locations including Naas 8km, Straffan 8km, Newcastle 12km & Dublin 30km. Junction 7 of the Naas Dual Carriageway is only a 2 minute drive.

The entire is close to a number of Golf Clubs including Palmerstown House, Castlewarden Golf & Country Club, The K Club and Kileen Golf Club. In addition to this Goffs Sales yard is a 5 minute drive and there is excellent accessibility to the racecourses of Naas, The Curragh, Punchestown & Leopardstown.

The landholding is being offered for sale in 3 lots.

Lot 1:  9.5 acres (3.84 ha) of top quality lands with frontage onto the Straffan road of about 240 metres. Currently in 2 divisions the entire would be an ideal site for a residence subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission.

Lot 2: 37 acres (15 hectares) of excellent quality land in 3 large divisions with frontage onto both the Straffan (375 metres) and Barberstown road (350 metres). There are natural boundaries and hedgerows throughout and the Painstown River flows through the lands.

Lot 3:  Entire.

Jordan’s are giving a guide price of €12,000 per acre for the holding and the Auction is scheduled for Friday the 12th October at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge.

Additional information is available from Clive Kavanagh or Paddy Jordan of the selling agents.

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Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market 39 acres of top quality agricultural lands at Oulart, Co.Wexford. The property is in an excellent location halfway between the towns of Gorey (23km) to the north and Wexford (21km) to the south. It is also accessible to a range of other destinations including Enniscorthy (14km), Blackwater (9km) and Kilmuckridge (9km). The property has substantial road frontage of circa 500 meters and is being offered for sale in its entirety.

The lands are currently in stubble and laid out in 2 divisions. They are described by Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents as ‘excellent quality suitable for any number of uses’.

In addition to this there is a derelict farmhouse & yard which provides some potential for a new purchaser to apply for Planning Permission for a replacement.

Jordan’s are giving a guide price of €12,000 per acre for the holding and the Auction is scheduled for Wednesday the 10th October at 3pm in the Riverside Hotel Enniscorthy.

Additional information is available from Clive Kavanagh or Paddy Jordan of the selling agents on 045 – 433550.


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Jordan Auctioneers have just been instructed in the sale of a very nice property at Martinstown, The Curragh.  The property comprises c. 32.247 Acres of top grassland with some mature timber.  Situated 7km Kilcullen, 10km Kildare and Newbridge, it is centrally located and has the benefit of a never failing water supply with a stream running through it.

The property is within easy access of the M7 and the M9 and is being offered in 3 lots which includes valuable 1.6 Acre site, with mature hedgerows and ideal for a one off residence (subject to planning permission).  It also features a water feature with a small stream along one boundary.
                                  
Lot 1:  Entire c. 32.247 Acres
Lot 2:  Very nice mature site c. 1.6 Acres, ideal for a residence subject to the usual planning permission.
Lot 3:  c. 30.64 Acres

The property is for sale by Public Auction on Wednesday 26th September 2018 @ 3.00pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €12,000 per acre and report very good interest in it already having just come on the market.  Additional information is available from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.


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