Auction News



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market a substantial farm in Clonygowan, Co.Offaly on c.171 acres with an elegant Georgian residence and farmyard located 19km southeast of Tullamore and 6km north of Portarlington with easy access to a range of destinations including the M7 & M6 Motorways.

Ashmount house is a well proportioned three bay two storey residence built in circa 1850 and extending to c.240 sq.m (2583 sq.ft) comprising 3 reception rooms and 5 bedrooms. The house is approached via a recessed limestone entrance with tarmacadam drive and occupies a lovely private setting surrounded by mature timber and manicured gardens. The house was completely rewired and plumbed in the last eleven years and there is oil fired central heating throughout.

Immediately to the rear of the residence is a traditional yard with a number of stores and sheds including a lofted workshop. These could be used or converted for a wide range of purposes. The farmyard is located adjacent to the residence but also has its own separate entrance off the local road. It is a traditional farmyard mostly under concrete and comprising:

·         4 span hay barn with slats (40 – 45 sucklers) & 2 dry base lean-to sheds.
·         Cattle handling facilities with crush and pens.
·         Silage slab.
·         4 span hay barn with small lean-to.

The entire property extends to 69.2 hectares (171 acres), divided by the railway line. There are approximately 16.26 hectares (40 acres) including the house & yard on the southern side of railway with 50.38 hectares (124.5 acres) to the north. There is also one smaller plot which is separated from the main holding and extending to 2.57 hectares (6.35 acres).  The land is in a combination of grass (94 acres), tillage (40 acres) and forestry (37.5 acres).

The land has all been well managed and farmed with boundaries maintained throughout. There is good shelter and the lands are suitable for arable or grazing use. There are stock handling facilities including loading pens and a crush on the northern side of the railway.

The 35 acres of forestry was planted in 2000 and produces a premium of €7,490 per annum with 2 years left to run.  The 2.5 acres of Christmas trees was planted 20 years ago with no premium currently payable.
  
The property is being offered for sale in the following lots:

Lot 1: House & Yard on 4 acres                                          €275,000
Lot 2: 36 acres adjoining house                                      €9,000 per acre
Lot 3: Entire house & yard on 40 acres.                       €530,000
Lot 4: 124.5 acres – northern side of railway             6,500 per acre
Lot 5: House, Yard and both sides of railway line:     Sum of above
Lot 6: 6.35 acres                                                                  €9,000 per acre

A portion of the holding closest to the Village is within the settlement boundary under the County Development Plan 2014 – 2020 extending to approximately 0.80 hectares (2 acres) and identified as ‘Residential’. ‘Ashmount House’ itself is also a ‘Protected Structure’

The property is for sale by Public Auction on Thursday 6th July 2017 in the Tullamore Court Hotel, @ 3pm (unless previously sold). Contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550 for additional information.





Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market c.40 acres at Kilmead, Athy.  The property is located on the edge of the Village approximately 8km north of Athy and 15km south of Kilcullen. This is an accessible location within easy access of a range of surrounding towns and villages. The M9 can be accessed in Kilcullen or at Mullaghmast (Junction 3).

The property has extensive frontage onto the main road (500 meters) and also narrow access onto a cul- de- sac.  The land is primarily in arable use with one field in grass. There are natural boundaries on three sides and the entire adjoins the development boundary for Kilmead and may have some future long term potential.

The entire is for sale by Public Auction on Tuesday the 27th June 2017 at 3pm in the Clanard Court Hotel, Athy, Co.Kildare (unless previously sold) and the agents are quoting €10,000 per acre. Contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550 for additional information.





Non-Residential Farm on 205 Acres

Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents is offering a large non residential farm at Ardclough, Straffan.  The farm which is situated 4km from Celbridge, 7km Rathcoole, 4km Kill and 10km Maynooth is convenient to both the M4 and M7 with Straffan 3km and Newcastle 4km.

The property comprises a non residential farm with a derelict period residence and yard on some of the best limestone land in the area.

Situated beside the Village of Ardclough and adjoining the Lyons Estate, it has good road frontage and is currently in permanent pasture and laid out in 12 divisions, being also suitable for tillage.

The original period residence is derelict but is set on a very nice site and aspect overlooking the farm, ideal for replacement residence (subject to usual P.P.).

The farmyard includes haysheds, machinery sheds and some old stone buildings.

It was well known in the area for a very good all weather gallop and it was formerly used as a training centre (however the gallop has been disused recently).


For Sale by Public Auction on Wednesday 28th June in the Glenroyal Hotel, Maynooth at 3.00pm unless previously sold.  Commenting on the sale Paddy Jordan said that there is quite a lot of interest in the property already and whilst it is currently in permanent pasture it is also ideal for tillage.  The guide price is €2.75m and viewing is strictly by prior appointment – contact Jordans 045-433550.



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold Baden Lodge on The Curragh by Public Auction on Wednesday last for a combined figure of €505,000.  The entire comprised an old cottage (in need of complete renovation) with small yard on 37.5 acres of mostly top quality land adjoining Sheshoon Stud, owned by the Aga Kahn.

Before an attendance of about 20 people, the property was sold in two lots. Lot 1 comprised 14.84 hectares (36.6 acres) all in one block with extensive road frontage and natural boundaries throughout. This lot opened with an initial offer of €300,000 before it was sold to a farmer from the general locality for a sum of €355,000.

Lot 2 comprised Baden Lodge and Yard on circa 0.36 hectares (0.89 acres). This was a charming property set back from the road and surrounded by mature timber and an array of old flowers and shrubs. In need of a complete renovation, the property dates back to the 1800s. Also included in this lot was a yard to the rear of the cottage, with three-span hay shed, two lean-tos and some other old outbuildings. Bidding for this lot opened at €100,000 before it was sold to a young couple for the sum of €150,000.

Speaking after the Auction selling agent Clive Kavanagh commented that the ‘location, and quality of the land had been the primary force behind the strong interest generated. Coupled with this was the fact that the cottage offered renovation / replacement options to purchasers’. The owners were delighted with the result and wished the new purchasers every success.







With an excellent location and top quality lands, a 15.17 hectare (37.5 acres) property is being auctioned in Kildare at 3pm on Wednesday the 17th May in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge. Situated just minutes away from the M7 and M9, the property has The Curragh racecourse, Newbridge, Kildare and Naas on its doorstep. Baden Lodge is expected to generate extensive interest, according to Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge. Ideal for anyone looking for the perfect combination of country and city living, the property is being offered for sale in three lots.

Lot 1: Lands extending to circa 14.84 hectares (36.6 acres)
Currently all in one block, these five fields have extensive road frontage. With natural boundaries and hedgerows throughout, the land is all top quality ‘Elton series’. Ideal for arable, grazing or bloodstock purposes, the Aga Khan’s Sheshoon Stud adjoins the holding on the northern and western boundary.
Guide price: €350,000

Lot 2: Baden Lodge and Yard on circa 0.36 hectares (0.89 acres)
Baden Lodge is a charming property, set back from the road and surrounded by mature timber and an array of old flowers and shrubs. In need of a complete renovation, this property dates back to the 1800s. Also included in this lot is a yard to the rear of the cottage, with a three-span hay shed, two lean-tos and some other old outbuildings.

This is a suburb opportunity to acquire a historic property with great potential for renovation or replacement, subject to planning permission.
Guide price: €150,000

Lot 3: Entire property, including cottage, yard and land
The entire property, as described above, can be purchased in one lot.
Guide price: €500,000

For further details, please call Jordan Auctioneers on 045-433550.





Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold c. 107.5 acres at Mullaboden, Naas by Public Auction on Wednesday last for €1,200,000 equating to just over €11k per acre.

Before an attendance of about 15 people Paddy Jordan opened the sale with an offer of €900,000 at which stage there were 3 active bidders up to €1,100,000.  At this point Mr. Jordan placed the property ‘on the market’. Several more bids were received by two potential purchasers before the property was sold to an Agent acting in trust on behalf of a client.

The property at Mullaboden was conveniently located close to Naas 8km, Ballymore Eustace 2km & Kilcullen 8km. Extending to a total of c. 107.5 acres (43.5 hectares) the land was all in permanent pasture with natural boundaries and superb shelter laid out in about 5 divisions with 150 meters road frontage. In addition to this a restricted Planning Permission has also been granted by KCC for an equestrian facility with Residence, Gate Lodge and Yards (restricted to applicant).

Speaking after the Auction Paddy Jordan said the ‘sale had generated extensive interest over the marketing period and that this was a positive indication for the year ahead despite concerns about Brexit and other external factors’. Several reported under bidders are understood to be looking for something similar in the general area. 



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are offering for sale a splendid holding comprising c. 107.5 acres at Mullaboden, Naas by Public Auction.

The property is located just off the R411 Naas to Ballymore Eustace Road. The entire is convenient to Naas 8km, Ballymore Eustace 2km & Kilcullen 8km. Access to the M7 is in Naas and the N81 can be accessed a short distance from Ballymore Eustace.

The property extends to a total of c. 107.5 acres (43.5 hectares) accessed via a local road just off the R411.  The land is all in permanent pasture with natural boundaries and superb shelter laid out in about 5 divisions with 150 meters road frontage. The land is classified in the soils map of County Kildare as ‘Kennycourt Series’ which are excellent quality suitable for grass or crop based production.

In addition to this a restricted Planning Permission has also been granted by KCC for an equestrian facility with Residence, Gate Lodge and Yards (ref: 12480 & 06270) which will expire in September 2017 but forms a good precedent for a new purchaser looking to do something similar.

The Auction will be held on Wednesday 8th March 2017 at 3pm in Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €900,000. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550. 




Jordan Auctioneers had the pleasure of offering 1.2 Acres zoned residential in a central location at Millfield in Newbridge only a short walk from the main thoroughfare.    The property was auctioned on Wednesday 7th December with a price guide of €200,000.  

At a well attended auction with 12 interested parties the bidding opened at €100,000 with 4 active bidders culminating in a final price of €415,000 being purchased by an Agent in trust for a client.

The property is situated at the back of the Millfield Development bordering two established residential developments of Moorefield Park and Moore Avenue. 

Speaking after the auction Liam Hargaden of Jordan Auctioneers commented that the sale had generated considerable interest due to its central location, zoning and manageable lot size.

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Jordan Auctioneers successfully sold 143 acres at Streamstown, Mullingar last week by Public Auction. Before at attendance of about 20 people the property opened with an initial bid of €100,000 with two active purchasers. Bidding between the two parties continued in increments of €5,000 up to €240,000 at which stage the property was placed on the market and with a final push by the two bidders the property was sold for €265,000. The purchaser was a Solicitor acting in trust for an undisclosed client.


The property was located circa 7km from Castlepollard, 16km from Mullingar & 5km from Crookedwood and comprised circa 143 acres (57.976 Hectares) laid out in one block with magnificent views over Lake Derravaragh, one of the largest and most renowned boating and fishing lakes in Westmeath. The holding comprises a mixture of grazing, mature forestry, scrub and about 30 acres of hardwood trees planted in 2001. A large tract of the land was within a National Heritage Area (NHA) which limited and controlled its potential use. 


Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market a large block of land extending to 143 acres. The entire is circa 7km from Castlepollard, 16km from Mullingar & 5km from Crookedwood.

The property comprises circa 143 acres (57.976 Hectares) and is laid out in one block with magnificent views over Lake Derravaragh, one of the largest and most renowned boating and fishing lakes in Westmeath. The holding comprises a mixture of grazing, mature forestry, scrub and about 30 acres of hardwood trees planted in 2001.

Knockeyon is a hill rises to over 700 ft and dominates the surrounding countryside. Located midway from the top of the hill is the ruins of an Ancient Chapel built by Saint Cauragh. The ruins of Saint Cauragh’s Well or the ‘wishing well’ are adjacent to this chapel, its waters were believed to have miraculous healing properties. In ancient times thousands of people visited the well on the first Sunday of harvest undertaking the pilgrimage up the hill on what became known as ‘Cauragh Sunday’.

Lough Derravaragh is a large limestone lake of about 2,768 acres well known for its pike and trout angling. Pike angling has been the main attraction over many years where several competitions have been held. The lake also holds a good stock of coarse fish including roach, bream, bream hybrids and tench. The lake is best fished by boat and there are several public access points. The lake itself is a beauty spot attraction with many visitors stopping off at Crookedwood to admire the views where the lake forms an inlet between two steep hills.

The entire is for sale by Public Auction on Tuesday the 27th September 2016 at 3pm in the Mullingar Park Hotel (unless previously sold) with a guide price of €200,000. Contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh for additional information on 045 – 433550. 

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are offering for sale a splendid holding comprising c.15 acres at Millicent South, Sallins by Public Auction. The property is located close to Sallins (2 km), Naas (5 km), Clane (4km), M7 Motorway and Dublin.  The Arrow Rail Service is also in Sallins, further improving the accessibility of the property

The land has frontage onto the main road (100 meters) and also a cul- de- sac (450 meters).  It is currently all in grass with natural boundaries on 3 sides and good fencing for stock. There is a natural water supply on the southern boundary.  The land would be an ideal site for a residence and yard subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission with ESB & Telephone close by.

The Auction will be held on Wednesday the 28th September 2016 at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, Co.Kildare (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €10,000 per acre. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.


Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are offering for sale circa 64 acres of agricultural land, close to Kildangan by Public Auction.  Situated off the Athy – Monasterevin Road (R417) close to the Village of Kildangan, 3km from Monasterevin, 9km from Kildare and 16km from Newbridge.  The M7 can be accessed at Kildare or Monasterevin, as can the Arrow Rail Service, with commuter service to Dublin. 

The entire property extends to 25.9 hectares (c.64 acres).It is all in grass with about 5.26 hectares (13 acres) in forestry and is being offered for sale in 3 lots:

LOT 1 comprises c.6.15 hectares (c.15.2 acres) and is all in grass with frontage onto the local road and in a number of divisions. There is good mature timber on all the boundaries and it would be an ideal site for a house subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission. Guide €120,000

LOT 2 comprises c. 19.83 hectares (49 acres) adjoining Lot 1.  The entire is laid out in a number of divisions with splendid mature timber and natural boundaries. About 13 acres is in forestry with the balance all in grass. There is frontage onto the local road at two separate points and there is a part internal concrete road through the lands. It is good fattening land. Guide €390,000

LOT 3 extends to the entire of the property.


The Auction will be held on Monday the 26th September 2016 at 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (unless previously sold). For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550. 


Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold 106 acres in lots at Halverstown, Kilcullen, Co.Kildare on Thursday last for a combined figure of €890,000.

The first lot offered was the Cottage on 1.36 hectares (3.36 acres) which opened with an initial bid of €100,000 with 3 active purchasers up to €170,000 at which point following consultation with the vendor this lot was placed on the market before there were two final bids were received and it was sold for €180,000. The purchaser is hoping to renovate the cottage and according to Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents this lot had generated ‘extensive interest throughout the marketing campaign, due to its good location and accessibility to a range of destinations’.

The second lot offered comprised 41.78 hectares (103.24 acres) & old yard, a portion of the land had been re-instated from its previous use as a quarry. The land was all in one block with circa 68.5 acres in winter wheat and 34.5 acres in grass. The wheat crop was included in the sale and this lot opened with an initial bid €500,000 with two bidders up to €700,000 at which point the property was placed on the market with two further bids before it was sold for €710,000 to a local man. Jordan’s had been quoting €700,000 for this lot and speaking afterwards Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents reported that ‘the guide price had generated interest in the sale considering the price of land in the County has traditionally been strong and this represented an opportunity to purchase a good sized  block at an affordable level’


Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold Riverstown House just outside Kildangan on Friday last by Public Auction. Before a good attendance at the Keadeen Hotel the property was offered for sale in 2 lots.

Lot 1 comprised the Period Residence and yard on c.28.5 acres which opened with an initial bid of €220,000 with offers increasing in increments of €10,000 up to €380,000 with 4 active bidders. The property was placed on the market at this point with two purchasers fighting it out up to €410,000 at which stage this lot was sold to a Solicitor acting in trust for a client.

The residence dates to c.1750 – 1800 and extends to approximately 451 sq.m (4,854 sq.ft). Adjacent to the residence is a farmyard with a number of agricultural sheds, walled garden and stone outbuildings. The land is all in permanent pasture, laid out in four divisions with an abundance of mature timber providing good shelter and extensive frontage onto the River Barrow.

Lot 2 is located directly across the road from the above and extended to c. 18.5 acres. This property opened with an initial offer of €150,000 with 2 bidders right up to €242,000 at which stage the lands was sold to a local farmer.

The land is laid out in 5 divisions, all in permanent pasture with extensive road frontage and good shelter.


Prior to the Auction Jordans had been guiding €530,000 for the 2 combined lots so the figure of €652,000 represented a very good result. Speaking after the Auction Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents reported that ‘the house, although in need of complete restoration had generated considerable interest with in excess of 20 viewers and that the vendors were delighted with the result and wished the new purchasers every success’.

Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents, Newbridge are offering a very nice property for sale by Public Auction at Halverstown, Kilcullen, Co.Kildare on 106 acres with a derelict cottage and old farmyard.

The property occupies an excellent location just 3.5km from Kilcullen and the M9 Motorway (junction 2) and within easy reach of Newbridge, The Curragh and the M7 (junction 12). The entire can be accessed via a local road off the R418 to Athy or via a shared access off the R418 to Castledemot (old N9).

The entire property currently extends to c. 106.6 acres (43.14 hectares) and is being offered for sale in 3 lots

Lot 1: Halverstown Cottage on 1.36 hectares (3.36 acres).

Comprising a charming derelict cottage surrounded by mature timber in a private location benefiting from good accessibility to Kilcullen, Newbridge and the M9 Motorway. Ideally suitable for a replacement dwelling subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission with a lovely private paddock adjacent currently in grass with frontage onto the local road. Guide €100,000.

Lot 2: 41.78 hectares (103.24 acres) & old yard:

This property comprises circa 68.5 acres in winter wheat and 34.5 acres in grass. The wheat crop is included in the sale. The entire is laid out in one large block with access from the old Kilcullen to Athy road, now the R418 and the old Kilcullen to Castledermot road, now the R448. There are mature boundaries on the lands and a natural water supply.  Also included is an old yard with some derelict outbuildings and a 3 span hay shed. Guide €700,000.

Lot 3: Entire 43.14 hectares (106.59 acres):

The entire property comprises the 2 lots outlined above as a combined unit. Guide €800,000

The property is for Public Auction on Thursday the 11th August 2016 @ 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel Newbridge (unless previously sold).  Further details from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045-433550.




Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents, Newbridge are offering a very nice property for sale by Public Auction at Halverstown, Kilcullen, Co.Kildare on 106 acres with a derelict cottage and old farmyard.

The property occupies an excellent location just 3.5km from Kilcullen and the M9 Motorway (junction 2) and within easy reach of Newbridge, The Curragh and the M7 (junction 12). The entire can be accessed via a local road off the R418 to Athy or via a shared access off the R418 to Castledemot (old N9).

The entire property currently extends to c. 106.6 acres (43.14 hectares) and is being offered for sale in 3 lots

Lot 1: Halverstown Cottage on 1.36 hectares (3.36 acres).

Comprising a charming derelict cottage surrounded by mature timber in a private location benefiting from good accessibility to Kilcullen, Newbridge and the M9 Motorway. Ideally suitable for a replacement dwelling subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission with a lovely private paddock adjacent currently in grass with frontage onto the local road. Guide €100,000.

Lot 2: 41.78 hectares (103.24 acres) & old yard:

This property comprises circa 68.5 acres in winter wheat and 34.5 acres in grass. The wheat crop is included in the sale. The entire is laid out in one large block with access from the old Kilcullen to Athy road, now the R418 and the old Kilcullen to Castledermot road, now the R448. There are mature boundaries on the lands and a natural water supply.  Also included is an old yard with some derelict outbuildings and a 3 span hay shed. Guide €700,000.

Lot 3: Entire 43.14 hectares (106.59 acres):

The entire property comprises the 2 lots outlined above as a combined unit. Guide €800,000

The property is for Public Auction on Thursday the 11th August 2016 @ 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel Newbridge (unless previously sold).  Further details from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045-433550.




Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold 34 acres at Sherlockstown, Sallins, Co.Kildare by Public Auction on Friday last for an excellent price of €525,000 equating to €15,500 per acre.
Before an attendance of around 25 people the property opened with an initial offer of €200,000 with 3 respective bidders up to €412,000 and following  a brief consultation with the vendor the property was declared ‘on the market’.
After this there were two active bidders up to €525,000 at which stage the property was sold to an agent acting for an undisclosed purchaser.
The property was located close to Sallins (2.5 km), Naas (3.5 km), Clane (4.5 km), M7 Motorway and Dublin. 
The entire extended to a total of c. 34 acres with old derelict cottage and farmyard in 2 divisions with approximately half in corn and the balance in grass. It was described by the agents ‘as ideal for the construction of a residence subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission’.


Speaking after the Auction Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents said ‘there had been great interest from the outset of the marketing campaign with the location of the property in addition to its site potential generating extensive interest’. 



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a superb detached house on 44 acres at Tullybridge, Kildare, Co.Kildare.  The property is accessed just off the Nurney/ Athy road approximately 5 km south of Kildare Town with easy accessibility to the M7 Motorway.

The property comprises a block of approximately 44 acres of agricultural land currently in permanent pasture.  The residence is of modern construction, built in the early 2000’s and located near the entrance to the property.  It comprises a dormer bungalow c. 232 sq.m. (2,500 sq.ft.) with generous living accommodation and 5 bedrooms (3 ensuite).  Features include PVC double glazed aluminium windows, alarm, electric gates, enclosed gardens mainly in lawn and gravel drive.


The entire is for sale by Public Auction on Monday 25th July 2016 @ 3.00pm in Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, Co. Kildare (ups). Jordans are quoting €500,000. Additional information is available from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.




Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring for sale Riverstown House, a Period Residence close to Monasterevin and Kildangan, Co.Kildare on c.52 acres.

The entire is in a good location close to the Village of Kildangan (3km), Monasterevin (8km) and the M7 Motorway.  The property is to be offered for sale in lots:

Lot 1 comprises the Period Residence and yard on c.33 acres with frontage to the River Barrow. The residence dates to c.1750 – 1800 and extends to approximately 451 sq.m (4,854 sq.ft) and although requiring complete renovation it offers considerable potential to a future purchaser. Adjacent to the residence is a farmyard with a number of agricultural sheds, walled garden and stone outbuildings. The land is all in permanent pasture, laid out in four divisions with an abundance of mature timber and good shelter. The guide price for this lot is €350,000.

Lot 2 is located directly across the road from the above and extends to c. 19 acres, laid out in 5 divisions, all in permanent pasture with extensive road frontage and good shelter. The lands would be ideal for the construction of a residence subject to obtaining the usual Planning Permission. The guide price for this lot is €180,000.

Lot 3 will comprise the entire of the holding.

The property is to be auctioned on Friday the 22nd July in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge at 3pm. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring for sale Riverstown House, a Period Residence close to Monasterevin and Kildangan, Co.Kildare on c.52 acres.

The entire is in a good location close to the Village of Kildangan (3km), Monasterevin (8km) and the M7 Motorway.  The property is to be offered for sale in lots:

Lot 1 comprises the Period Residence and yard on c.33 acres with frontage to the River Barrow. The residence dates to c.1750 – 1800 and extends to approximately 451 sq.m (4,854 sq.ft) and although requiring complete renovation it offers considerable potential to a future purchaser. Adjacent to the residence is a farmyard with a number of agricultural sheds, walled garden and stone outbuildings. The land is all in permanent pasture, laid out in four divisions with an abundance of mature timber and good shelter. The guide price for this lot is €350,000.

Lot 2 is located directly across the road from the above and extends to c. 19 acres, laid out in 5 divisions, all in permanent pasture with extensive road frontage and good shelter. The lands would be ideal for the construction of a residence subject to obtaining the usual Planning Permission. The guide price for this lot is €180,000.

Lot 3 will comprise the entire of the holding.

The property is to be auctioned on Friday the 22nd July in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge at 3pm. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold Haggard, Carbury, Co.Kildare on c.286 acres on Thursday last by Public Auction.

Before an attendance of about 25 people the property opened with an initial bid of €1.4m with 3 various bidders up to €2,150,000 at which stage the entire was place on the market and as no further bids were received the hammer was knocked down to an undisclosed purchaser.

The farm was superbly located close to the M4 Motorway at Enfield (Junction 9) with Edenderry 6km, Naas 30km and Dublin City 50km. It comprised a Period house, Steward’s house, walled garden and yards on some of the best land in County Kildare all in one large block with extensive road frontage and several access points.

The sale had generated extensive interest throughout the marketing period with in excess of 50 viewers and the owners were delighted with the result achieved on the day.



Paddy Jordan of Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents disposed of a lovely parcel of land on the River Liffey between Kilcullen and Newbridge. 

The lands at Kinneagh and Castlemartin are separated from the Castlemartin Stud Estate by the M9 Motorway and have extensive frontage on the River Liffey.  Just 1½ miles from the Curragh the lands are all in permanent pasture with some mature timber, 3 span hay-shed with lean-to.

The bidding opened at €600,000 and continued up to €720,000 at which stage it was withdrawn.

There were 2 bidders a local agent and a landholder in the area.


After negotiations with the highest bidder failed to get a result, the Agent consulted the underbidder and after continued negotiation the property was sold for a much higher figure.  Although disappointed there wasn’t more interest Jordan was satisfied with the end result which followed on from the successful sale of 105 Acres at Calverstown Little the previous week.




At an auction held by Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents on Wednesday 15th June Paddy Jordan offered 105 acres at Calverstown Little which is a top quality grazing farm with 18 acres of forestry.

The bidding opened at €750,000 and went up to €960,000.  There were 3 bidders and the bidding was quite active.  At that stage Paddy Jordan consulted with the vendors and decided to try it again and eventually withdrew the property at €960,000.  After protracted negotiations a deal was concluded for a higher figure. 

The purchaser was a farmer in the general area.

Commenting on the sale Jordan said that it is one of the best fattening farms in the area and had extensive road frontage and had been well managed by the owner and was in good heart.



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a magnificent country estate overlooking Galway Bay on the outskirts of Oranmore. Renville House (formally known as Renville Lodge) is owned by the Lydon family who have been in occupation of the property since the 1960’s.

The property is situated in an excellent location approximately 10 minutes drive from Galway city (7km), home of the University and GMIT, at the crossroads to all major driving routes including Galway, Sligo, Dublin, Shannon and Limerick. Shannon airport is circa 1hr with Oranmore Railway Station which was reopened in 2013 providing connections to a range of destinations.

Overall this is a splendid property on a unique setting on circa 54.71 hectares (135 acres) of some of the best limestone land in the County it is all in one block with good sized divisions and extensive road frontage on two roads.   The various fields are divided by the traditional stone walls, typical of the area, which help to create a wonderful charm and sense of times gone by.  Approached via a winding avenue approximately ½ mile from the road the house is positioned on a spectacular elevated setting with farmyard to the rear, Coach House and a derelict Herd’s Cottage.

Renville House 388 sq.m (4,176 sq.ft) with a south westerly aspect was constructed in c.1820 and comprises an extensive two storey house. There are many traditional features remaining including timber windows with shutters, marble fireplaces and plaster work. Overall while the house would benefit from some modernisation there is an elegance and charm that is immediately appealing.   The property backs on to the spectacular Galway Bay with over 800 meters (2600 ft) sea frontage.

Outside there is a range of gardens with some mature timber and the vista over the front paddocks providing a splendid uninterrupted view of the Estate. The Coach house is located behind the main residence and it is a traditional limestone building converted into living accommodation making it ideal for guests or staff. It comprises a kitchen, living room, bathroom & 2 bedrooms (1 en suite).

The yard is located to the rear of the main residence and coach house and comprises a number of traditional farm buildings including a lovely two storey limestone building which could convert to a guest cottage in addition to:

·         6 boxes.
·         4 span hay shed with lean-to.
·         Silage slab.
·         Old milking parlour.
·         Ancillary sheds.
·         Cattle crush.


The derelict Herd’s Cottage is located in the middle of the holding and has its own internal gravel drive providing access. It is currently in a poor state of repair but could be refurbished to provide a splendid feature on the holding. It has tremendous views over Galway Bay.

There is a lovely old walled garden to the west of the residence and yards. Although not presently used the walls themselves are in good repair and it could potentially provide a lovely feature to the estate for a new purchaser.

The property is within the jurisdiction of Galway County Council and is located on the edge of the development boundary for Oranmore under the Local Area Plan 2012 - 2018.  A section of the lands adjoining the bay are located in an area classified as a ‘Special Area of Conservation (SAC), Special Protection Area (SPA) and Proposed National Heritage Area (PNHA). The house is also recorded as a ‘Protected Structure’.
The property is for Public Auction on the 14th July 2016 at 3pm in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway (unless previously sold) with a guide price of excess €2,000,000. Further information is available through the Agents, contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh.





Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a magnificent country estate overlooking Galway Bay on the outskirts of Oranmore. Renville House (formally known as Renville Lodge) is owned by the Lydon family who have been in occupation of the property since the 1960’s.

The property is situated in an excellent location approximately 10 minutes drive from Galway city (7km), home of the University and GMIT, at the crossroads to all major driving routes including Galway, Sligo, Dublin, Shannon and Limerick. Shannon airport is circa 1hr with Oranmore Railway Station which was reopened in 2013 providing connections to a range of destinations.

Overall this is a splendid property on a unique setting on circa 54.71 hectares (135 acres) of some of the best limestone land in the County it is all in one block with good sized divisions and extensive road frontage on two roads.   The various fields are divided by the traditional stone walls, typical of the area, which help to create a wonderful charm and sense of times gone by.  Approached via a winding avenue approximately ½ mile from the road the house is positioned on a spectacular elevated setting with farmyard to the rear, Coach House and a derelict Herd’s Cottage.

Renville House 388 sq.m (4,176 sq.ft) with a south westerly aspect was constructed in c.1820 and comprises an extensive two storey house. There are many traditional features remaining including timber windows with shutters, marble fireplaces and plaster work. Overall while the house would benefit from some modernisation there is an elegance and charm that is immediately appealing.   The property backs on to the spectacular Galway Bay with over 800 meters (2600 ft) sea frontage.

Outside there is a range of gardens with some mature timber and the vista over the front paddocks providing a splendid uninterrupted view of the Estate. The Coach house is located behind the main residence and it is a traditional limestone building converted into living accommodation making it ideal for guests or staff. It comprises a kitchen, living room, bathroom & 2 bedrooms (1 en suite).

The yard is located to the rear of the main residence and coach house and comprises a number of traditional farm buildings including a lovely two storey limestone building which could convert to a guest cottage in addition to:

·         6 boxes.
·         4 span hay shed with lean-to.
·         Silage slab.
·         Old milking parlour.
·         Ancillary sheds.
·         Cattle crush.


The derelict Herd’s Cottage is located in the middle of the holding and has its own internal gravel drive providing access. It is currently in a poor state of repair but could be refurbished to provide a splendid feature on the holding. It has tremendous views over Galway Bay.

There is a lovely old walled garden to the west of the residence and yards. Although not presently used the walls themselves are in good repair and it could potentially provide a lovely feature to the estate for a new purchaser.

The property is within the jurisdiction of Galway County Council and is located on the edge of the development boundary for Oranmore under the Local Area Plan 2012 - 2018.  A section of the lands adjoining the bay are located in an area classified as a ‘Special Area of Conservation (SAC), Special Protection Area (SPA) and Proposed National Heritage Area (PNHA). The house is also recorded as a ‘Protected Structure’.
The property is for Public Auction on the 14th July 2016 at 3pm in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway (unless previously sold) with a guide price of excess €2,000,000. Further information is available through the Agents, contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh.





Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents had a very successful auction on Monday in the Manor Hotel, Abbeyleix which sold for a total of €429,000.

The property was separated into Lots and in a packed Auction Room each of the 4 Lots sold under the hammer.

Lot 1:  Cottage (in moderate repair) on c. 20.36 acres
There was 11½ acres of very good land with the residence and 9 acres of inferior quality land.  The bidding opened at €100,000 and rose quickly to €120,000 at which stage it was put on the market and eventually sold for €140,000. 

Lot 2: 3.6 Acre Field Across the Road from the Main Lot
This lot opened at €25,000 and was put on the market at €35,000 and eventually sold for €52,000.

Lot 3: 20 Acres at Tarbert
This was very good land with extensive road frontage and a never failing water supply from a stream.  The bidding opened at €100,000 and was eventually sold at €200,000 to an adjoining farmer.

Lot 4: Small Yard on 1.16 Acres at Tarbert
The bidding here opened at €15,000 and the property was eventually sold at €37,000.

Reporting on the Auction Paddy Jordan said that all purchasers were local and the Executors were pleased with the end result.





Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a compact property with derelict cottage and old farmyard on 34 acres located just outside Sallins.

The property is located in the townsland of Sherlockstown close to Sallins (2.5 km), Naas (3.5 km), Clane (4.5 km), M7 Motorway and Dublin.  The Arrow Rail Service is also in Sallins, improving the accessibility of the property.

The entire extends to a total of c. 34 acres with old derelict cottage and farmyard.  The majority is of excellent quality laid out in 2 divisions with half in corn and the balance in grass. It is believed there are potentially some sand / gravel deposits also on the lands.  Access is currently off the county road and the property would be  ideal for the construction of a residence subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission.

The Farmyard includes a slatted shed (30 ft x 60 ft) and silage pit (30 ft x 60 ft). 

The property is for sale by Public Auction on Friday 1st July 2016 at 3pm in Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas, Co.Kildare (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €340,000. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh.


Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a compact property with derelict cottage and old farmyard on 34 acres located just outside Sallins.

The property is located in the townsland of Sherlockstown close to Sallins (2.5 km), Naas (3.5 km), Clane (4.5 km), M7 Motorway and Dublin.  The Arrow Rail Service is also in Sallins, improving the accessibility of the property.

The entire extends to a total of c. 34 acres with old derelict cottage and farmyard.  The majority is of excellent quality laid out in 2 divisions with half in corn and the balance in grass. It is believed there are potentially some sand / gravel deposits also on the lands.  Access is currently off the county road and the property would be  ideal for the construction of a residence subject to obtaining the necessary planning permission.

The Farmyard includes a slatted shed (30 ft x 60 ft) and silage pit (30 ft x 60 ft). 

The property is for sale by Public Auction on Friday 1st July 2016 at 3pm in Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas, Co.Kildare (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €340,000. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh.



Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a Superb Country Estate with Period Residence, Steward’s House, Limestone Yard & Walled Garden in one large holding on some of the best land in County Kildare at Carbury, Co.Kildare.

Haggard is superbly located close to the Meath and Offaly borders. The M4 Motorway is accessible at Enfield (Junction 9) with Edenderry 6km, Naas 30km and Dublin City 50km.

Haggard House is a two storey over basement Period house of circa 371.6 sq.m (4000 sq.ft) built in circa 1824 with a rear extension and occupied by the current family since 1956. It is approached via a tree lined avenue off the main road. The house remains intact with many of its original features including plasterwork and window shutters. There is an impressive entrance hall with a drawing room and dining room on either side, both beautifully proportioned rooms leading to a substantial kitchen. On the first floor there are five bedrooms and a bathroom. The basement comprises a number of rooms with the original kitchen and stores.

To the front is a lawned area which in the past accommodated two grass based tennis courts. Overall whilst the house requires investment it is a manageable size and upon restoration would provide an ideal Country residence.

To the immediate rear of the main residence is an original courtyard which comprises an old coach house with loft in addition to a number of stables and general outhouses in need of some repair. There are two separate yards located adjacent to the courtyard and providing an extensive number of limestone stables and a former two storey Steward’s house all requiring renovation. There is also a farmyard with three hay barns all with concrete bases in addition to a number of general outbuildings.

There is a lovely walled garden close to the yards and main residence of circa ½ an acre. The wall itself is in very good condition and is a splendid feature of the property.

The land comprises a total area of approximately 116 hectares (286 acres) all in one large block with extensive road frontage and several access points. The breakdown of the lands is 60 acres in tillage, 170 in grass, 37 acres in forestry and 19 acres of scrub and bog (part of which may be suitable for planting). The land has superb mature timber and natural hedgerows providing excellent shelter throughout. There is piped water to most divisions and a combination of electric fence and sheep wire on the boundaries. Overall the land is good quality suitable for arable or grass based enterprises. The land is classified in the soils map of County Kildare as primarily ‘Elton Series’ soils and these are generally regarded as some of the best lands in the county with a very wide use range and a limestone base ideally suitable for Bloodstock use.

 The property is for sale by Public Auction on Thursday the 23rd June 2016 In the Keadeen Hotel Newbridge at 3pm(unless previously sold) and the agents are quoting a guide price of €2.1m For further information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh on 045 – 433550.






Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents are offering a very nice property at Calverstown Little 105 Acres of top quality land with extensive road frontage.  The property is situated between the Kilcullen/Carlow road and the Kilcullen/Athy road about 7km Kilcullen, 1km Calverstown Village and convenient to N78 and M9.  It is also convenient to the Curragh and several of the top class veterinary practices in the area.

The property extends to a total of 105 acres with the land all in permanent pasture with 1km of road frontage, a natural water supply and excellent shelter.   The lands are renowned for their fattening qualities.

Approximately 18 acres are under forestry with a mixture of hardwood and softwoods and 3 years left to run on premium and an annual premium of €3,954.

Commenting on the sale Paddy Jordan said the location of this property and it being renowned for fattening qualities will appeal to the market.  The lands are classified under the Athy Series in the Soils of Co. Kildare which is composed mainly of limestone, which could be of interest to the bloodstock/equestrian market.


For Auction on Wednesday 15th June (ups), Jordans are issuing a guide price of €900,000.  Further details from Jordans 045-433550.






Jordan Auctioneers are delighted to bring to the market a non- residential farm extending to 75 acres located between Newbridge (5km) and Kilcullen (2.5km) in the townslands of Castlemartin & Kinneagh, close to The Curragh and Athgarvan (1.5km). It has direct access off the R413 and is 5 minutes from the M7 Motorway (Junction 12).

The property extends to circa 3.28 hectares (75 acres), all in grass in a number of divisions with mature timber. The land is bounded by the M9 Motorway and the River Liffey (600 meters frontage). There is access off the R413 with a small yard comprising 3 span hay – shed with lean – to. The entire is ideally suitable for a range of enterprises and may also suit a hobby farmer or somebody looking to purchase the land with a view to constructing a house (subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission).

Mains water and ESB is supplied at the holding. The property is to be auctioned on Tuesday the 21st June 2016 at 3.00pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (unless previously sold).  Guide price is €700,000. For further information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents on 045 – 433550.



**AUCTION DATE CHANGED**

The entire property currently extends to c. 45 acres (18.2 hectares) and is in a variety of separate holdings which we have described briefly below:

Lot 1: Cottage on c. 20.36 acres (8.24 hectares) at Trumera:

This is a compact property with an old cottage and farmyard comprising 3 bedrooms, kitchen and a bathroom. The land is irregular in shape all in grass with a portion of superior quality and then it falls off to poorer quality at the back. We estimate there are c. 11.5 acres of good land with the residence and yard and c. 9 acres of inferior quality land. 

Lot 2: c.3.63 acres (1.47 hectares) at Trumera:

This section of land is directly across from the house in one regular shaped field all in grass and very well presented with natural boundaries. It adjoins the local GAA Club on one side and the motorway to the rear. It is an ideal site for a residence subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission. 

Lot 3:c. 20 acres (8 hectares) at Tarbert:

This land is all very good quality in regular shaped divisions currently in grass and it has been well minded, with a natural stream to the south western boundary. It is currently in about 4 divisions with substantial road frontage. 

Lot 4:c 1.16 acres (0.47 hectares) with yard at Tarbert:

This property is located immediately opposite the land being offered for sale in Lot 3 and comprises a small site with some old buildings and a paddock. There is good frontage onto the local road between Abbeyleix and Mountrath. 


PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday 13th June 2016 at 3pm in the Abbeyleix Manor Hotel (unless previously sold).


Jordan Auctioneers are delighted to bring to the market a superb residential farm on top quality land, partly zoned with good long term potential. The entire is located in the townslands of Dysartbeigh and Knockanina on the edge of Mountrath, Co.Laois with frontage onto the old N7, now the R445 Limerick road.

The property extends to a total area of circa 18.61 hectares (c.46 acres) with farmhouse and yard.  The residence is approached via a tarmacadam avenue set back from the road and it comprises a two storey traditional farmhouse with single storey extension to the rear on a total floor area of 107 sq.m (1151 sq.ft). The accommodation comprises; Ground floor – utility, kitchen, living room, bathroom & bedroom. First floor – 2 bedrooms. There is a small traditional farmyard to the front of the house with a number of out- houses, cow sheds, 6 span hay shed and a lofted store.

The land is currently all in grass laid out in a number of divisions with mature boundaries and good shelter. There is frontage onto the R445 and also access to the holding via a laneway to the north-west. The entire has been well farmed and managed with piped water to the various divisions and is suitable for arable or grazing purposes.

The property is within the jurisdiction of Laois County Council and is covered under the County Development Plan 2012 – 2018. Under the Development Plan a section of the land is zoned ‘Enterprise & Employment’ (circa 14 acres) with an additional area zoned ‘Residential 2’ (circa 4.5 acres). The balance of the holding is outside the settlement boundary.

The property is to be auctioned on Friday the 27th May at 3.00pm in the Heritage Hotel, Portlaoise (unless previously sold).  Guide price is €550,000. For further information contact Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents on 045 – 433550.




“April Cottage” is a charming detached 3 bedroom cottage on c. 0.6 Acre fronting onto the river Liffey with excellent views west over the Countryside. Situated in a much sought after location in the townsland of Osberstown c.2 miles from Sallins, c. 2 ½ miles from Naas and c. 2miles from the M7 Motorway at Junction 10. This is an ideal opportunity to acquire a quaint cottage in a picturesque rural setting with potential to extend to a more substantial home (subject to the usual Planning Permission). Approached by a gravel drive with gardens laid out mainly in lawn enclosed by trees and hedges. The cottage extends to c.76 sq. m. (c.818 sq. ft.) with sittingroom, kitchen, 3 bedrooms and bathroom, benefiting from pine fitted kitchen, oil fired heating, stove and hardwood windows. 


Commuters have the benefit of the M7 Motorway access at Junction 10, bus route from Naas and train service from Sallins direct to city centre. Naas offers a wealth of facilities with schools, churches, pubs, restaurants, banks, post office and shopping to include Tesco, B & Q., Currys, Harvey Norman, Heatons, Woodies, Argos, Boots, Lidl and Aldi to name but a few. Newbridge is only a 10 minute drive with the Whitewater shopping centre and 15 minute drive to the Kildare retail outlet village. 



Local amenities include GAA, rugby, Soccer, Tennis, Fishing, Golf, Canoeing, Horse –riding, Basketball, Hockey and racing in Naas, the Curragh and Punchestown. 

AUCTION: 18TH MAY 2016 AT 3.00 P.M. - KEADEEN HOTEL, NEWBRIDGE, CO. KILDARE 
(Unless previously sold)




Detached Cottage on c.0.7 Acre

Quiet Country Setting 3 miles Naas, 6 miles Kilcullen
Ideal Opportunity to extend or replace dwelling (subject to usual P.P)
Cottage – 2 Beds, living, kitchen and bath
Outside: Selection of Stores and Paddock

For Sale By Public Auction
Friday 6th November 2015 @ 3pm In the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (UPS)

Solr: Hanahoe & Hanahoe, Naas



·           Top quality lands with extensive road frontage.
·           All in permanent pasture.
·           Ideal site for residence (subject to usual PP).
·           Great shelter with many mature trees on boundary.
·           Good cattle handling facilities and cattle crush.
·           2 span hayshed with 2 lean-tos, all concreted.
·           Main water.

Lot 1:  28.78 Acres (11.64 Ha) 

Lot 2:    5.51 Acres (2.23 Ha) 
http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/3365001

Lot 3:  34.29 Acres (13.88 H)



Solicitor: Reidy Stafford, Moorefield Terrace, Newbridge

Contact: Paddy Jordan / Clive Kavanagh

Public Auction on Wednesday 4th November @ 3pm
in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, Co. Kildare (unless previously sold)





Situated 2km from Dunlavin with frontage and access off Dunlavin-Grangecon Road about 6km from the M9 (Junction 3) and convenient to Baltinglass and Kilcullen.

The land is all top quality with good shelter laid out in 5 main divisions. The breakdown of the farm is:-

c. 61 acres tillage (crops not included)
c. 30 acres permanent pasture
c. 34 acres in woodland

AUCTION – THURSDAY 29TH OCTOBER 2015 @ 3.00PM IN THE KEADEEN HOTEL, NEWBRIDGE, CO. KILDARE (unless previously sold)

SOLICITOR:
Messrs O’Flynn Exhams, 58 South Mall, Cork

CONTACT:
Paddy Jordan – paddy@jordancs.ie
Clive Kavanagh – clive@jordancs.ie







Top quality land currently in grass. In two divisions, ideally suitable for arable or grazing purposes with potential as a site for a residence. Located between Maganey & Ballickmoyler with good access to Athy & Carlow.

Solicitor: Malcomson Law, Court Place, Carlow

Contact: Paddy Jordan / Clive Kavanagh

Public Auction on Wednesday 28th October @ 3pm in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow (UPS)





For Sale By Public Auction

Wednesday 14th October 2015 @ 3pm In the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (UPS)

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/3334952

Excellent Sought after village environment
Ideal extension potential (subject to p.p)
Adjacent to River Liffey
Cottage c.1,250 sq ft – living, kitchen, utility, 4 beds and 2 baths
Yard with 9 Boxes







On the instructions of the owner Michael Lennon.

Lot 1 : SOLD AT AUCTION

Top quality land currently in tillage & grass with a small section of forestry (premium payable) and a compact yard.  Excellent location close to Kilkenny City (12km), Freshford (6.5km)& Ballyragget (9km). Being offered in lots: Lot 1: c.57 acres with yard. Lot 2: c.30 acres in grass with derelict cottage.

Solicitor: P.P Ryan & Co, Rathdowney, Co.Laois.

Contact: Paddy Jordan / Clive Kavanagh


For Sale by Public Auction 
Thursday the 22nd October 2015 @ 3pm
 in the Newpark Hotel, Kilkenny (UPS)

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/3344913


c. 3,000 sq.ft. residence with garage on c. 9.75 Acres


·           Magnificent residence c. 3,000 sq.ft. in excellent condition.
·           Hall, 3 rec, kitchen with Aga, 5 beds, 3 baths.
·           9.75 acres of post and railed paddocks.
·           Gardens mainly in lawn & completely private.
·           9 ft ceilings throughout.

For Sale By Public Auction
Wednesday 7th October @ 3pm
In Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas
(unless previously sold)

Solicitor: Coonan Cawley, Naas


Contact: Paddy Jordan / Clive Kavanagh





Sallins 5km, Naas 7km, Clane 5km

Situated in a private and secure setting at the end of a quiet cul de sac. The cottage contains c.1,284 sq ft (c.119 sq m) with 5 beds, kitchen, livingroom, utility, 2 baths. To the rear is a separate yard with independent access to hay shed with lean to, workshop, double garage, stable and selection of stores. Top quality land laid out in 2 divisions. Currently in arable use with natural boundaries.

Solicitor: Breda Cullivan, M7 Business Park, Naas
Contact: Liam Hargaden/Clive Kavanagh


For Sale by Public Auction 
                  Friday 9th October 2015 @ 3pm  in The Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (UPS)   

                                          http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/3327754                                      



Top quality land with an old 2 bed cottage and yard. In an excellent location close to Kildare (5km), Athy (7km) and the M7 Motorway (Junction 13). Laid out in circa 8 divisions. There is superb shelter and the entire is ideally suitable for arable, grazing or bloodstock purposes.

Solicitor: Gallagher Shatter, 4 Upper Ely Place, Dublin 2.

Contact: Paddy Jordan / Clive Kavanagh

Public Auction on Thursday 8th October @ 3pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (UPS)

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/3327054
SOLD PRIOR TO AUCTION

c. 28 Acres, Ballysax Plains, The Curragh, Co. Kildare

  • 1½km N78 Kilcullen – Athy Road, 3km M9
  • 9km Newbridge, 9km Kildare, 4km Kilcullen
  • In heart of bloodstock country
  • Top quality limestone lands in permanent pasture
  • Mains water.
For Sale By Public Auction Wednesday 1st July 2015 @ 3pm in Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (ups)
Guide Price: €9,000 per acre

c. 92 Acres, Bert Demesne, Athy, Co. Kildare

Superb quality land located close to Athy (5km) in area renowned for its high yields. Extensive road frontage and adjoins the River Barrow. Ideally suitable for tillage or dairy farmers.
For Sale By Public Auction Tuesday 14th July @ 3pm In Clanard Court Hotel, Athy (unless previously sold) 
  • Lot 1: c. 64 Acres
  • Lot 2: c. 27½ Acres
  • Lot 3: The Entire
Guide Price: €12,000 per acre

Re: 92 Acres, Bert Demesne, Athy, Co. Kildare

They say the ‘cream always rises to the top’ therefore it was fitting on Tuesday last that some of the finest land in County Kildare on the edge of Athy at Bert Demesne, surrounded by many of best tillage farmers in the Country achieved a record price for 2015 in the area of just over €19,000 per acre.
Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge handled the sale before a packed room in the Clanard Court Hotel, Athy. The land was all in one block with extensive dual road frontage and has been in arable use for the last number of years with no waste whatsoever and noted for its continual high yields.
It was proposed to offer the land for sale in three lots but it quickly became apparent that the real interest was in the entire holding. Paddy Jordan, having read the room expertly started with the entire 92 acres and the land opened with an initial bid of €500,000 with four bidders who participated right up to €1,740,000. At this point the entire was put on hold and Lot 1 comprising 64 acres was then offered for sale with two bids of €1,000,000 and €1,100,000 respectively. Lot 2 then comprising 27½ acres was then offered and received no bids at which point Mr. Jordan adjourned to consult with the vendors.
A quick decision was made and it was decided to place the entire 92 acres on the market at €1,740,000. Two further bids were received and the hammer was dropped to the highest bidder, Helen Dawson of Delaney Dawson Solicitors, Newbridge acting on behalf of an undisclosed client.
This was an extraordinary price for purely agricultural land and commenting after the sale Paddy Jordan said there had been ‘great interest in the lands and the result again highlights that quality, location and the strength of farmers in the locality remain the key ingredients to obtaining a premium above the average rate before adding that there are 3 very disappointed under bidders looking for something similar in the area’.

c. 44.3 Acres, Ballybrittas, Co. Laois

Located just off the old N7 National Primary Route between Monasterevin & Portlaoise. Lot 1: c. 43.5 acres, majority in tillage with c. 6 acres in timber to the front. Lot 2: Cottage in need of renovation on c. 0.7 acres.
For Sale By Public Auction Friday 3rd July 2015 @ 3pm in Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge (ups)
Guide Price Lot 1: €370,000, Lot 2: €80,000
18 June 2015

AUCTION POSTPONED

Downalong Cottage, Tully Road, Kildare Town, Co. Kildare
Auction: Thursday 18th June 2015 @ 3.00pm Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge
This is a delightful detached 3 bedroom cottage residence situated in a wonderful location on the edge of Kildare Town adjacent to the National Stud and Japanese Gardens. Set amid c. 1/3 acre approached by a sweeping gravel drive with gardens laid out mainly in lawn enclosed by trees and hedges with a selection of shrubs and flowers. Accommodation: Entrance Hall, Sittingroom, Kitchen, Back Porch, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Off bedroom (Toilet and Store), Kitchenette, Side Porch.
Guide Price: €185,000
BER: E2

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