09 October 2019
Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge had a great Auction in the Keadeen Hotel on Tuesday last for the sale of Newpark House, The Curragh on circa 180 acres. Before a packed Auction room of 60 people it was obvious from the outset that this was going to a lively affair. Paddy Jordan opened the bidding at €1.5m and with over 6 parties offering the price quickly rose to €3m at which point a quick recess and consultation with the vendor took place.
Mr Jordan arrived back into the room and declared the property on the market and at this stage 3 serious bidder competed before the hammer dropped at €3,200,000 equating to an overall price per acre of €17.7k.
The purchaser was a Solicitor acting in trust for an undisclosed client. According to Mr. Jordan ‘Newpark House was one of the best farms he had offered for sale combining an excellent location with a superb quality holding’.
The land comprised a total of 180 acres all in one large block and mostly in tillage with extensive road frontage and several access points. It was described as suitable for any number of uses. The period house extended to c.5,705 sq.ft and although in need of some modernisation was described by the selling agents as ‘in generally good condition throughout’.
The yard comprised several old sheds and there was also a Gate Lodge and additional staff house which were in good condition and presently occupied.
Jordan’s had been quoting €2.5m for the entire prior to the Auction and afterwards said ‘the sale had gone very well with strong interest from the outset and steady viewings. Brexit might hang over the market, but the fact remains that premium properties will always be in demand’.
MAGNIFICENT EXTENDED DETACHED 4 BEDROOM RESIDENCE.
Greenmount is a small modern residential development of semi-detached and detached homes built approximately 20 years. Situated in a much sought after location on the Green Road only 675m from the Curragh edge which is an ideal amenity for leisurely walks, running cycling etc. The property is overlooking a large Green area to front and farmland to rear, presented in showhouse condition throughout, containing c.165 sq. m. (c.1,776 sq. ft) of generous light filled accommodation with large kitchen/living extension to rear with superb views. Features include PVC double glazed windows, gas fired central heating, security alarm system, wonderful kitchen/livingroom extension, maintenance free brick/dashed exterior, superb views to rear, modern high gloss fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, built-in wardrobes in 4 bedrooms and easy access of a good road and rail infrastructure only a two minute drive from the M7 Motorway access at Junction 12.
On entering the house you have entrance hall leading onto sittingroom with fireplace also off the hall is a familyroom with fitted presses and wooden floor. To the rear of the house is a kitchen/dining/living area L shaped with modern high gloss fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and two sets of French doors leading garden and wooden deck. Off the kitchen is a large utility.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes, main bedroom ensuite and family bathroom.
The property is for sale through Liam Hargaden of Jordan Auctioneers 0454335500 who is guiding €395,000 and can be contacted for further information or appointments to view.
Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold 17.5 acres at Cutbush, The Curragh, Co. Kildare by Auction on Thursday last for a figure of €525,000 equating to €30,000 per acre.
Before a small attendance of about 5 different parties bidding opened at €300,000 with 3 bidders up to €425,000 at which stage Auctioneer Clive Kavanagh put the property on the market. Two bidders then fought it out before the hammer fell at €525,000 to an unknown party.
The lands were laid out in one block, currently in two divisions with frontage onto the local road of approximately 130 metres. They were in arable use and there are existing housing developments located to the north, west and south.
The entire was within the village of Cutbush and it was estimated that circa 6 acres are zoned for ‘Settlement Expansion’ with the balance defined as agricultural and having some long term development potential.
24 September 2019
DEVELOPMENT LAND IN NEWCASTLE, CO. WICKLOW
(1) Racefield – c. 11.6 Acres (c. 4.69 Hectares)
(2) Sea Road – c. 8.67 Acres (c. 3.51 Hectares)
Situated in the picturesque sought after village environment of Newcastle, Co. Wicklow which is located c. 2 km east of the N11 at Junction 13, approximately 40 km south of Dublin City Centre. The surrounding towns include Kilcoole 4 km, Greystones 8 km, Ashford 9½ km, Wickow Town 12 km and Newtownmountkennedy 5 km.
Newcastle is a small quiet village environment c. 1.2 km from the coast and beach with the benefit of pub, shop and garage.
Excellent transportation links are at hand with the N11 just 2 km, 84 Bus Route from the Village, DART from Greystones and Train Station in Kilcoole. The Druids Glen Hotel and Golf Resort is only 3 km away along with Kilcoole Golf Club for the golfing enthusiast. The area is very scenic with the coast line and Wicklow Mountains nearby ideal for walking or hiking. Glenalough is approximately 25 minutes inland.
The lands which are zoned for residential development and offer short term grazing or agricultural opportunities, is being offered for sale as a single lot, set in two parcels:
Racefield Site - which is adjacent to the existing Racefield Development of 12 detached houses contains c. 11.6 acres (c. 4.69 hectares) on which planning permission previously existed for 41 houses which has expired.
Sea Road Site - is between Leamore Lane and Sea Road in the Village Centre containing c. 8.67 acres (c. 3.51 hectares). We are not aware of any planning permission having previously been applied for on this site.
Substantial Detached c.5,3 00 sq. ft. Residence on c.5 ½ Acres
with 9 Boxes and Sand Arena.
Harwood house is an exceptional detached 5 bedroom residence extending to c. 5,300 sq. ft. (c.492 sq. m.) of spacious well proportioned accommodation which was built in 1998 with PVC double glazed windows, oil fired central heating, PVC fascias/soffits and 5 ensuite bedrooms. Approached through electric gates to a gravel drive the property stands on c.5 ½ Acres with 9 boxes, canteen/office facilities 3 span barn, sand arena and 3 paddocks. Situated in a very accessible location only 3 miles south of Kilcullen just off the R418 and just over 2 miles from the M9 Motorway access at Junction 2. This is an ideal equestrian property for the horse enthusiast. The surrounding towns of Kilcullen, Newbridge and Naas offer a wealth of facilities with schools, churches, pubs, restaurants and superb shopping to include Whitewater Shopping Centre, Dunnes Stores, Tescos, Penneys, T.K. Maxx to name but a few all within a 10 minute drive.
On entering the house you have a large entrance hall, leading to a diningroom with cast-iron fireplace. Also off the hall is a sittingroom with fireplace leading into a kitchen/breakfastroom cum livingroom with a cream fitted kitchen and granite worktops/splashback, Rangemaster cooker and Esse oil fired cooker. Off the kitchen is a utility and back hall then a main bedroom with an ensuite, family bathroom, toilet and two further ensuite bedrooms downstairs. Upstairs there are two more large ensuite bedrooms and a selection of four attic storage rooms.
The property is presented in good condition, ideal for the horse enthusiast and is for sale through Liam Hargaden of Jordan Auctioneers – 045 433550 who is guiding €595,000 and can be contacted for further information or appointments to view.
16 September 2019
PRIME TOWN CENTRE MIXED USE INVESTMENT
Jordan Auctioneers are bringing to the market a modern prime town centre mixed use investment property in Abbeyleix, Co. Laois. The subject site is situated in the centre of Abbeyleix Town just off Market Square superbly located within easy walking distance of all amenities.
Abbeyleix is a medium sized town located 14km from Portlaoise on the old N8 Dublin to
Cork National Pri.
Abbeyleix has a thriving local community including shops, pubs, Hotel and
restaurants and plenty of amenities to include Golf, GAA, Soccer, Athy Rowing
and Tennis to name a few. Abbeyleix has a district hospital in the town, two schools and a
along with other essential services and facilities. Commuters have the benefit of easy access to
the M7 Motorway at Portlaoise and a regular rail service in Portlaoise train
station on the Dublin to Cork and Dublin to Limerick intercity route, with approximately
32 trains per day travelling to Dublin. mary Route
The property comprises a modern purpose built two storey mixed use building constructed in c. 2006 extending to c. 356.10 sq.m. (3,833 sq.ft.). The building provides a ground floor commercial unit currently trading as a Chinese Restaurant & Take away with 3 no. of 2 bedrooms apartments overhead. The property has the benefit of 7 car parking spaces to the rear.
The Chinese Restaurant is fully fitted out in accordance with its use and provides reception, take away, restaurant, toilet block, kitchen, cold stores, storage and staff w.c.
The 3 apartments with their own separate access generally provide kitchen/dining/sitting room, 2 bedrooms and family bathroom.
The entire is currently generating a rental income of €40,800 per annum which equates to an initial yield of 11% on the guide price with further potential to increase the rental income on the residential units.
The subject site is zoned ‘Town Centre’ in the Laois County Development Plan 2017 - 2023.
The property is for sale by Private Treaty with Jordan’s issuing a guide price of €370,000 for the entire. Additional information is available through Stephen Talbot on 045 – 433550.
Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents in Newbridge has been instructed in the sale of one of the best farms to come on the market in Co. Kildare with a period residence, gate lodge, cottage in yard and in a very good location near the Curragh. Centrally located Newbridge is 11 km, Kilcullen 4 km and Naas 16 km. The M9 Motorway is accessible at Kilcullen Junction 2 (only 5 minutes) and the M7 at Newbridge Junction 12, giving easy access both North and South with the Airport only 40 minutes away.
The period house comprises 5,705 sq.ft. and was built in the mid 1700s and has been occupied by the current family for over 100 years. The family are retiring from farming.
The land comprises a total of 180 acres all in one large block with extensive road frontage and several access points. At present a large portion of the farm is in arable and horticultural use with a small section in grass. There are superb mature boundaries and hedgerows throughout the farm giving tremendous shelter, while an internal road services most of the divisions. There is a magnificent stand of mature beech timber.
The lands are classified in the Soils of Kildare as primarily Athy and Elton Series Soils and are regarded as some of the best limestone land in the country.
Overall it is ideally suitable for any arable or grass based enterprises including dairying and bloodstock.
The yard which comprises machinery sheds, slatted sheds, silage slab, 6 boxes, garage, cattle crush and pens and 4 span haybarn with 2 lean-tos.
Also included is a very pretty 2 bedroom gate lodge and an additional cottage down the farm.
The main residence which is in good condition includes: entrance hall, diningroom, drawingroom, livingroom, sunroom, kitchen, bathroom, 6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms upstairs. There is also a basement.
For Auction on Tuesday 8th October in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge at 3.00pm, commenting on the sale Paddy Jordan reckons it is one of the best farms to come on the market in the county for quite a long time and has issued a guide price excess of €2.5m.
17.5 Acres (7.08 ha), Cutbush, The Curragh,
Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market 17.5 acres (7.08 hectares) at Ballysax, The Curragh, Co. Kildare for sale by Public Auction. The subject lands are located on the edge of the existing village of Cutbush which is about 1.5km south of the Curragh, 6km south of Newbridge and 16km southwest of Naas. It benefits from good accessibility to both the M7 (Junctions 11/12) & M9 (Junction 2) Motorway’s. The Airport is a mere 40-minute drive.
Cutbush is a small country village having a convenience store, public house and primary school. Newbridge provides all the additional shopping, leisure and educational functions required.
There are number of existing housing development in Cutbush including Dun Cuilinn, Clorane Brook and Cluain Dara. Most of these are low density estates comprising detached houses on their own sites.
The property extends to c. 17.5 acres (7.05 hectares). The lands are laid out in one block, currently in two divisions with frontage onto the local road of approximately 130 metres. It is all currently in arable use and there are existing housing developments located to the north, west and south.
The entire is within the village of Cutbush and we estimate that circa 6 acres are zoned for ‘Settlement Expansion’ with the balance defined as agricultural as contained in the Kildare County Development Plan 2017 – 2023. The Agri lands have potential long-term value. A previous planning application for 43 dwellings was made on the lands in 2008 and refused (Planning ref:07141). This was upheld by An Bord Pleanala in 2008 (ref:228487).
The property is to be Auctioned on Thursday the 3rd October 2019 at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel Newbridge (unless previously sold). Jordan’s are quoting €425,000 for the entire and further details are available by contacting Clive Kavanagh or Paddy Jordan on 045 – 433550.
NEW TO MARKET - 67 LEINSTER STREET & NELSON'S YARD, ATHY, CO. KILDARE - FPP 16 RESIDENTIAL UNITS & 1 COMMERCIAL UNITS
21 August 2019
67 LEINSTER STREET & NELSON’S YARD,
ATHY, CO. KILDARE
SUPERB READY TO GO TOWN CENTRE SITE
Jordan Auctioneers are bringing to the market a ready to go prime development town centre site in Athy, Co. Kildare. The subject site is situated in the centre of Athy Town with dual road frontage onto Leinster Street and Mount Hawkins Street.
Athy is an attractive commercial town with a thriving local community with primary & secondary schools, shops, pubs and restaurants and plenty of amenities to include Rugby, GAA, Soccer and Athy Rowing and Canoeing Club to name a few. Commuters have the benefit of easy access to the M9 & M7 Motorway and a regular rail service with Athy train station on the Dublin to Waterford intercity route, with on average 9 trains per day travelling time to Dublin ranging from 45 mins – 1 hour.
The entire has the benefit of being granted planning permission in November 2018 (Planning Ref: 17/1000) for: Development at former Angler’s Rest building, Registered Protected Structure No. 11505260. The development will consist of: (a) Demolish remainder at the rear of facade Angler’s Rest building (building currently in derelict state); (b) Construct new shop unit, new shop front, alterations to front elevation and 2 No. one bedroom apartment at same: (c) Demolish remainder of building and sheds on site; (d) Construct 8 duplex apartments over 3 floors and 2 No. one bedroom apartments building onto Mount Hawkins Street; (e) Construct 5 No. two storey, two bedroom terrace of town houses, court yard; (f) All associated site works, bin bays, car-parking, bicycle bay and services. Revised by significant further information consisting of; removal of Building 2, alterations to car parking layout, removal of car parking spaces 1-9, alteration to building line of building 1, removal of apartment 16/17 and replace same with one x 2-bedroom apartment, ancillary works and all associated site works. Further revised by significant further information consisting of; amendments to proposed building on Mount Hawkins Street amendments to layout and amendments to extension on rear of former Angler’s Rest building.
The subject site is zoned ‘Town Centre’ in the Athy Town Development Plan 2012 - 2018.
The property is for sale by Private Treaty with Jordan’s issuing a guide price of €150,000 for the entire. Additional information is available through Stephen Talbot on 045 – 433550.
Jordan Auctioneers successfully sold 28 acres of land in two lots by Public Auction on Tuesday last for a combined total of €338,500 equating to just over €12,000 per acre. Before a small attendance of about 12 local based buyers the property was offered for sale in two lots:
Lot 1 comprised c.24 acres all in grass. This opened with an initial offer of €200k with 2 active buyers bidding all the way until the hammer dropped at €262,500 to a local based purchaser.
Lot 2: comprised c.4 acres which was opposite Lot 1 and an ideal site for a house subject to the obtaining Planning Permission. This opened with an initial bid of €40,000 with 3 active buyers before being sold for €76,000 to another local based party.
Speaking after the Auction Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents said ‘that there had been good interest in both lots from the outset but that the majority of this was local based and a reflection of the increased difficulties obtaining planning permission in County Kildare for one – off houses unless a clear connection to the area is established’.