Auction News



240 acres (97HA), Ardanairy, Brittas Bay, Wicklow
In one of the largest agricultural land sales in County Wicklow Jordan Auctioneers successfully sold 240 acres at Ardanairy, Brittas Bay Co.Wicklow on Thursday last by Public Auction for a figure of €1,650,000. The purchaser is believed to be a Wicklow based farmer and the figure achieved was well in excess of the guide of €1.3m.

The property was situated 3km from the M11 Motorway (Junction 19) at Jack Whites Cross and was offered for sale in 3 lots and while there were several interested parties for each section it was the entire which secured the highest bid.

The land was all in grass divided by the local road into Lot 1 which extended to circa 131 acres and Lot 2 which comprised 109 acres adjoining the European Golf Course. The land was generally in need of some work and a portion was part of a Special Area of Conservation (SAC).

In 2008 just prior to the economic collapse a major tourism resort had been planned on the lands to include a hotel, 18-hole golf course, holiday cottages, health spa, fitness centre and sports academy. The idea was to turn Brittas Bay into a year-round tourist destination with a diverse range of activities and facilities but the Planning Application was subsequently withdrawn before a decision was due and it now appears the land will continue in agricultural use.

Speaking after the Auction Paddy Jordan of the selling agents commented that ‘the quantum of land was a major selling point and although it required considerable work to increase its production capacity it is difficult in Ireland to buy a large block all together’

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/240-acres-at-ardanairy-brittas-bay-wicklow/4124433






13 ACRES, TIRMOGHAN, KILCOCK, CO.KILDARE

Jordan Auctioneers sold 13 acres of good quality land just outside the village of Tirmoghan, a short distance from Kilcock by Public Auction on Thursday last for a figure of €180,000 just short of €14,000 per acre.

The property comprised good quality land, currently in grass laid out in 2 divisions. There were two active bidders at the Auction which opened with an initial offer of €100,000 with bids of €10,000 before the hammer fell at €180,000 to a local purchaser.

Speaking after the Auction Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents stated that ‘there had been good interest in the land, particularly from people who were considering purchasing with a view to applying for Planning Permission for a house, its location close to Kilcock and the M4 meant that it was very accessible’.


 Next week Jordan’s Auction 240 acres near Brittas Bay, Co.Wicklow so they will be hoping to keep getting good results before the end of the 2017 selling season.




WOODVILLE & MEELICK
PORTLAOISE
CO.LAOIS

Before a packed attendance on Tuesday last Jordan Auctioneers offered for sale Woodville House on 18 acres and 100 acres of agricultural land at Meelick Portlaoise, Co.Laois. The land was offered for sale in 3 lots and while there were several bidders for lot 1 & lot 2 it developed that the entire was making more and this was put on the market at €1,300,000 before being sold for €1,350,000 to a local farming family. Jordan’s had guided the 100 acres at €1,000,000 so the sale price of €13,500 per acre was a strong reflection both of the market and the quality of the land.

The entire was located a short distance from Junction 17, less than 3km from Portlaoise town centre with approximately 80 acres in one block with two farmyards and a further 20 acres on the opposite side of the Motorway.

Next up was Woodville House which adjoined the above lands and this opened with an initial offer of €500,000 with two active bidders. The property was placed on the market at €610,000 and a number of further bids were received before the hammer dropped at €630,000 to a Solicitor acting in trust on behalf of an undisclosed client.  Jordan’s had been guiding this lot at €625,000.

Woodville, owned by the Odlum family was described by Jordan’s as a charming Georgian Residence with courtyard and Gate Lodge on c. 18 Acres of parkland and amenity grounds. Built originally in the 1800s the residence comprises c.5,000 sq.ft of accommodation and whilst in good repair required some upgrading.


Speaking after the Auction Paddy Jordan said ‘both properties had generated substantial interest throughout the marketing period and while the house did require some upgrading it was in a good location surrounded by splendid mature timber and within close proximity of the M7 and Portlaoise town centre’. Paddy further said ‘the land, whilst all very good is likely to have some long term potential and although the price achieved was strong it could in time prove to be an excellent purchase’




C. 24.192 ACRES AND 95.480 ACRES AT KILMARTIN & BALLAGHMORE, BORRIS IN OSSORY, CO. LAOIS


Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents in Newbridge are offering two valuable parcels of lands near Borris in Ossory for sale by Public Auction on Tuesday 7th November @ 3.00pm in the Abbeyleix Manor Hotel in Abbeyleix.  The land is being sold in two lots c. 24.192 acres of top quality land at Kilmartin currently in stubble situated on the old N7 Borris in Ossory to Roscrea Road.  Beside this there is also a c. 95.480 acre holding at Ballaghmore the majority of which is in tillage, it also has a concrete holding yard with cattle crush.

The lands are located about 2 miles from Borris in Ossory on the Roscrea Road c. 4 miles Roscrea and they have extensive road frontage on the N7 and within a few miles of the M7 Interchange at Borris in Ossory.  The lands are believed to have deposits of sand, rock and gravel and there is an internal servicing all paddocks.

Paddy Jordan who is handling the sale said the property is ideally suitable for a dairying enterprise and is in an easily accessible location within a few miles of the M7 Interchange at Borris in Ossory.  It is likely to be suitable to established farmers in the area who wish to expand.


Jordans have issued a guide price of €10,000 per acre for the c. 24.192 acres and €600,000 for the c. 95.480 acres.  Full details are available from Jordan at 045-433550.




240 acres (97HA),Ardanairy, Brittas Bay, Wicklow
In one of the largest land sales to hit the market this Autumn Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are offering for sale 240 acres (97 hectares) adjoining Brittas Bay, Co.Wicklow for sale  by Public Auction. The property is situated 3km from the M11 Motorway (Junction 19) at Jack Whites cross giving easy access to a range of destinations both north and south bound including Wicklow Town 15km, Arklow 11km, Dublin 55km & Gorey 40km.

The area is a hugely popular holiday and tourism destination and the surrounding area features a number of popular holiday villages and caravan parks. The property also adjoins the world renowned "European Golf Course" which shares the spectacular coastline. 

The land is separated into two sections, divided by the (R750) coastal road linking Brittas Bay and Arklow. The land is predominantly in grass and has approximately 1km of extensive road frontage onto the main road. Jordan Auctioneers are offering the entire for sale in 3 lots:

Lot1–131acres(53hectares):

Situated on the Western side of the R750 and comprising c. 53 hectares (131 acres) this lot is laid out in about 9 divisions.  The land is predominantly in rough grazing but has been used as tillage land in the past. The lower lying sections to the North West are marginal quality with some bogland situated in a special area of conservation (SAC).  This lot includes a number of stone outbuildings and the remnants of a former dwelling house.  There is extensive road frontage of c. 500m along the R750.  Guide price €655,000 (€5,000 per acre).

Lot 2 109 acres (44 hectares):

This section comprises c. 44 hectares (109 acres). The land is laid out in c. 7 divisions and was previously used as a private landing strip. It includes an aircraft hanger and some additional buildings which are in disrepair. This section of land adjoins the world-renowned “European Golf Course” to the South and has extensive road frontage onto the main coast road linking Brittas Bay to Arklow (R750). Guide price €654,000 (€6,000 per acre).

Lot 3 Entire 240 acres (98 hectares):

There is a small portion of land on the western section of the property which is designated a SPA, SAC and PNHA. This section is also under the Buckroney –Brittas Dunnes and Fen Sac. Further details are available from reviewing documentation with Wicklow County Council.

According to the agents the land has ‘potential to be dramatically improved with proper management’ and represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a large land holding in one or two blocks at an affordable price’. Paddy Jordan commenting on the likely interest level indicated that ‘’it is likely that most of the interest will be agricultural related unless someone within the leisure industry sees a suitable opportunity considering its location’.


The property will be offered by Public Auction on Thursday the 2nd November 2017 @ 3pm in the Glenview Hotel, Delgany (unless previously sold). Additional information is available from Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents.



13 ACRES, TIRMOGHAN, KILCOCK, CO.KILDARE

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market 13 acres of good quality land just outside the village of Tirmoghan, a short distance from the R407 between Kilcock (8km) and Clane (11km) in the townsland of Fanaghs & Lugadoo. The M4 Motorway can be accessed at Junction 8 (Kilcock). Donadea is 4.5km & Johnstownbridge 11km.

The property comprises 5.22 hectares (13 acres) of good quality land, currently in grass laid out in 2 divisions. There are natural boundaries and hedgerows including some splendid mature timber. A stream divides the holding and the second paddock is elevated with good views to the west. There is frontage onto the local road with double gate agricultural entrance. According to the selling agent Clive Kavanagh ‘the entire would be ideal for the construction of a residence subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission’.

Public Auction at 3pm on Thursday the 26th October 2017 in the Keadeen Hotel Newbridge (unless previously sold) and the agents are quoting €10,000 per acre.  Further information is available by contacting Clive Kavanagh on 045 - 433550.

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/13-acres-at-fanaghs-lugadoo-tirmoghan-kilcock-kildare/4117901




PRIME DEVELOPMENT SITE OF C.6 ACRES – C.3.7 ACRES ZONED NEW RESIDENTIAL

DERRINTURN,
CARBURY,
CO. KILDARE.


Derrinturn Village is situated on the R403 approximately 37 miles West of Dublin with easy access of the M4 at Enfield (c.9 miles).  The village has the benefit of primary school, church, pubs, pharmacy and shops on your doorstep.   The lands are part zoned residential under Kildare County Development Plan 2017-2023 with c.3.7 Acres zoned New Residential and the balance of the c.2.3 Acres outside the Village Boundary.  The surrounding area is predominantly residential with a school opposite the subject lands.  We understand mains services including water, sewerage and electricity are available in the Village but interested parties will have to satisfy themselves as to the connectivity and capacity available for the subject lands. 

The property is for sale through Liam Hargaden of Jordan Auctioneers 045/433550 who is offering the property for sale by Public Auction on Thursday the 19th of October at 3 pm in Lawlor’s Hotel, Naas and is guiding €200,000.   

http://www.jordancs.ie/commercial/brochure/derrinturn-carbury-kildare/4115477






KILCULLEN STREET, DUNLAVIN, CO. WICKLOW

3 Houses on c. 0.56 Acres  with Tremendous Development Potential (Subject to PP)


Situated on the Main Street in Dunlavin heading towards Kilcullen/Naas opposite the old Court House which is now the Library.  Dunlavin is a quaint village in West Wicklow c. 30 miles south west of Dublin just off the N81 Dublin/Baltinglass Road or also accessible from the N9 Kilcullen/Carlow road.  The surrounding towns of Kilcullen 7 miles, Blessington 11 miles, Baltinglass 10 miles and Naas 10 miles offer a wealth of amenities and facilities within a short drive.  The Village has the benefit of schools, churches, pubs and shops on your doorstep.

The property comprises 3 houses in need of refurbishment standing on a superb c. 0.56 acre in the centre of the town.  

No. 1 – c. 82.45 sq.m. (c. 887.5 sq.ft.) two storey building with sittingroom, kitchen, store and 3 bedrooms.

No. 2 – c. 86.34 sq.m. (c. 930 sq.ft.) single storey building with livingroom, kitchen, bathroom, 3 bedrooms and loft storage area.  (Listed Building)

No. 3 – c. 103 sq.m. (c. 1,108 sq.ft.) two storey building with hall, livingroom, kitchen and 2 bedrooms.

The property is zoned town centre under the Wicklow Development Plan 2010 – 2016 but we understand is currently up for review.  This is an ideal development opportunity to suit a smaller builder/developer. 


The property is for Auction on Wednesday 4th October @ 3.00pm in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge unless previously sold and for further information or appointments to view you can contact Mark Neylon at Jordan Auctioners 045-433550 who is guiding €120,000.



100 ACRES, MEELICK, PORTLAOISE, CO. LAOIS


Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are offering for sale 100 acres by Public Auction in Meelick, Portlaoise, Co.Laois. The property is located a short distance from Junction 17, less than 3km from the town centre.  The land is divided by the M7 Motorway with circa 20 acres on the southside via Sheffield Cross and the balance of 80 acres all in one block. 

There are two farmyards on the holding, both located on the 80 acres and comprising:

Yard 1:            Old stores and 2 five span hay sheds.

Yard 2:            Cattle handling facility with 6 span hayshed and lean-to with cubicles and silage pit. 

The lands are mainly in permanent pasture with c. 20 acre in tillage. There is a natural stream flowing through the lands with some mature timber and hedgerows on the boundaries. There is also extensive road frontage with the property and although it is outside the Development Boundary for Portlaoise under the Local Area Plan 2012-2018 there is some possible long term potential with the holding.

Portlaoise is strategically located on the M7 giving direct motorway access to Dublin 90km, Cork 170km and convenient to Kildare, Carlow (38 km), Kilkenny (50km)and Tullamore (34 km).  Portlaoise is served by regular train and bus services to Dublin.

The property is being guided at a figure of €10,000 per acre and is to be Auctioned on Tuesday the 10th October @ 3pm in the Midland Park Hotel (formerly Heritage), Portlaoise (unless previously sold) and will be offered for sale in three lots:

Lot 1: 80 acres with farmyard
Lot 2: 20 acres
Lot 3: Entire

Also being offered for sale on the same day is ‘Woodville’ on 18 acres which is a Georgian residence with gate lodge and courtyard adjoining so there is the possibility to buy both holdings.


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

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/100-acres-at-meelick-portlaoise-laois/4110502




                             WOODVILLE, PORTLAOISE, CO. LAOIS ON C. 18 ACRES

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge have brought to the market ‘Woodville’, Portlaoise, Co. Laois for sale by Public Auction.  Woodville is a unique property with charming Georgian Residence, courtyard and Gate Lodge on c. 18 Acres (7.28 ha) of parkland and amenity grounds.

Built originally in the 1800s, Woodville is a delightful family home in a wonderful setting. The entire is set back from the road and approached via a recessed tree lined avenue, with superb mature timber.

The residence comprises c. 464.5 sq.m. (5,000 sq.ft.) of accommodation and whilst a new roof was put on  5 years ago, the house would benefit from a general upgrade.  The rooms, however, are well proportioned and ideal for entertaining with 6 bedrooms.  In the courtyard adjacent to the residence there are 3 loose boxes, car port, 2 garages and a barn which are ideal for any number of uses.

Outside there is a delightful front garden with terraced lawn, raised flowerbeds and many mature specimen trees including beech, oak and ash, ensuring a mature timbered setting and total privacy. There is also a walled garden which could be reinstated.

A charming gate lodge is located inside the main entrance and although in need of renovation it has the potential to make a lovely guest suite, office or studio. The land is laid out in 4 well sheltered paddocks with mature hedgerows and trees with extensive road frontage ensuring easy access.

Portlaoise is strategically located on the M7 giving direct motorway access to Dublin 90km, Cork 170km and convenient to Kildare, Carlow (38 km), Kilkenny (50km)and Tullamore (34 km).  Portlaoise is served by regular train and bus services to Dublin.

The entire adjoins the development boundary under the Portlaoise Local Area Plan 2012 – 2018 and ‘Woodville’ is a Protected Structure. The property is being guided at a figure of €625,000 and is to be Auctioned on Tuesday the 10th October @ 3pm in the Midland Park Hotel (formerly Heritage), Portlaoise (unless previously sold).

Also being offered for sale on the same day is 100 acres of land adjoining with a farmyard so there is the possibility to buy both holdings.

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

http://www.jordancs.ie/residential/brochure/woodville-on-c-18-acres-portlaoise-laois/4110462

19.56 ACRES AT BALLYBRITTAS, CO. LAOIS

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market 19.56 acres at Ballybrittas, Co. Laois for sale by Public Auction. The property is located just off the old N7 National Primary Route between Monasterevin & Portlaoise approximately 1.5km from Ballybrittas and 3.5km from Killenard. The M7 Motorway can be accessed at New Inn approximately 6.5km to the south. The property is accessed via a right of way from the main road.

The entire comprises c. 19.56 acres (7.916 hectares) with circa 15 acres under corn and the remainder in permanent pasture, part of which is low lying. Mains water is supplied to the holding and there is good shelter with mature hedgerows.

The property is to be Auctioned on Thursday the 5th October 2017 in the Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge @ 3pm (unless previously sold). Jordan’s are quoting €140,000 for the land and further details are available by contacting Paddy Jordan or Clive Kavanagh.


THOMASTOWN/ BALLYSHANNON, KILCULLEN,
CO.  KILDARE.

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold a charming farmhouse on 6.5 acres just outside Kilcullen on Thursday last for €305,000. The property had been guided at €200,000 but according to the selling agent Clive Kavanagh ‘the marketing campaign had generated huge interest with in excess of 50 viewers’.

The property comprised a detached farmhouse extending to circa 120 sq.m (1291 sq.ft) with old yard on 2.63 hectares (6.52 acres). The cottage itself required extensive renovation.

Bidding for the property with an audience of around 25 people opened at €150,000 with over four active purchasers. The property was placed on the market at €290,000 and with several more bids the hammer dropped to a young couple.


Speaking after the Auction Clive said that the sale ‘just highlights that there is big demand for holdings with habitable cottages on some land, particularly where there is good accessibility to Dublin’


Springhill”, Ballinabarna, Athy, Co. Kildare

Joint selling agents Jordan Auctioneers and John Osborne of Leinster Marts had a very successful sale of 60 acres with a residence and yard located just outside Athy on Monday last before a packed Auction room of in excess of 70 people

The property was offered for sale in three lots and there was active interest from the outset. Lot 1 comprised a detached bungalow (in need of refurbishment) together with a yard and 31 acres. This opened with an offer of €300,000, with four active bidders pushing the price up to €551,000.

Lot 2 which was located across the road comprised 29 acres with no buildings all in permanent pasture and this opened with an initial offer €150,000 and was bid to €220,000.

Lot 3 was the entire property and the offer of €772,000 secured the sale to a local party as there was no alteration in the prices offered for the individual lots when Auctioneer Paddy Jordan tried them for the last time.

Overall the price reflects just under €13,000 per acre including the house and buildings. Speaking after the Auction Paddy Jordan said ‘there had been great interest in the property from the outset and the location combined with the quality of the land had driven the sale’. Paddy further commented that ‘land around the Athy area always tended to generate substantial interest which was perhaps a result of the strong and ambitious farming base’.



MARKET SQUARE, STRADBALLY, CO.LAOIS.

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge on the instructions of the Executors sold a substantial house in the centre of Stradbally last week by Public Auction. Before an attendance of about 25 people the property opened with an initial bid of €150,000. It was evident from the outset that there were a number of potential purchasers and the bidding quickly rose to over €200,000 (guide price) at which stage the property was placed on the market.

Two final purchasers battled it out before the hammer dropped to a young couple for €265,000. The property comprised a fine detached two storey late Georgian residence originally built in the late 1840’s and extending to c. 262 sq.m. (2,820 sq.ft.) on c. 0.19 hectares (0.46 acres).

The property is accessed to the rear via electric gates and stands on a lovely mature site overlooking Cosby Hall.   The gardens are walled in which provides privacy and are mainly in lawn with mature shrubs and herbaceous borders. Although the entire requires some modernisation it is generally in good repair with some fine plasterwork, window shutters and fireplaces. 


Clive Kavanagh speaking after the Auction said ‘the property had generated substantial interest from the outset with over 30 viewings and the vendors were delighted with the result on the day’.




ASHMOUNT HOUSE, CLONYGOWAN, TULLAMORE, CO.OFFALY
ON C.171 ACRES

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge successfully sold Ashmount House in Clonygowan, Co.Offaly on 165 acres for a combined figure of €1,640,000.

Before a large attendance of about 40 people the property was offered for sale in a number of lots but it was quickly evident that the entire unit was of more interest with 4 active bidders. The property opened at €1m rapidly increasing in bids up to €1,400,000 at which stage the property was placed on the market. Two active bidders fought it out before the hammer dropped at €1,640,000 to an undisclosed purchaser.

Lot 6 which was a small 6.35 acres located away from the main holding only received one bid of €40,000, was withdrawn and a deal was agreed after.

Overall this was a fine property in a good location, located close to Tullamore and Portarlington with east access to both the M7 & M6 Motorways.  Ashmount house itself was a well proportioned two storey residence built in circa 1850 and extending to c.240 sq.m (2583 sq.ft) comprising 3 reception rooms and 5 bedrooms.

Immediately to the rear of the residence was a traditional yard with a number of stores and sheds including a lofted workshop. There was also a farmyard comprising a number of hay sheds.

The entire was divided by the railway line with 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. The land is in a combination of grass (94 acres), tillage (40 acres) and forestry (37.5 acres).






THOMASTOWN/ BALLYSHANNON, KILCULLEN,
CO.  KILDARE.

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are bringing to the market a farmhouse in a private setting on c. 6.5 acres which is likely to generate substantial interest when offered for sale. 

The property is in an excellent location just off the R418 Kilcullen (7km) to Athy (18km) road. The entire is easily accessible to the M9 Motorway (7km) and the towns of Newbridge & Kildare. The local settlement of Ballyshannon and Calverstown is close to the property.

The property comprises a detached farmhouse extending to circa 120 sq.m (1291 sq.ft) with old yard on 2.63 hectares (6.52 acres) and is approached via a tree lined avenue with 2 fields all in grass. The cottage itself requires some renovation but comprises the following: 4 bedrooms, sitting room, living room, kitchen & bathroom.

There are some electric storage heaters throughout the farmhouse in addition to solid fuel. Outside there are a number of old sheds and two paddocks which have been well minded and there is lovely mature hedgerows on the boundaries. The entire would be ideal for renovation or the replacement of the existing house (subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission).

Public Auction at 3pm on Thursday the 27th July 2017 in the Keadeen Hotel Newbridge  (unless previously sold) and the agents are quoting €200,000.  Further information is available by contacting Clive Kavanagh on 045 - 433550




CLONAGHLIS, ARDCLOUGH, STRAFFAN, CO. KILDARE

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 successfully sold 40 acres at Kilmead, Athy on Tuesday last following negotiations after the Auction.  Before an attendance of about 20 people the property opened with an initial bid of €200,000 with two active purchasers. Having reached €320,000 and with no further offers the entire was withdrawn and following subsequent negotiations a deal was agreed for an undisclosed price. The purchaser is believed to be a local farmer.

The property was located 8km north of Athy and 15km south of Kilcullen and was primarily in arable use with one field in grass. It also adjoined the development boundary for Kilmead and may have had some future long term potential.




“Springhill”, Ballinabarna, Athy, Co. Kildare

Compact Residential Property on c. 60 Acres for Sale in 3 Lots


Jordan Town & Country Estate Agents and Leinster Marts are offering a very attractive property at Ballinabarna, Athy near the Moat of Ardscull.   Which is just off the N78 Kilcullen/Athy Road.

The property is to be offered in Lots and is an Executor’s Sale. 

Lot 1: comprises a detached bungalow in need of refurbishing together with a yard including 2 haysheds with lean-tos and an old derelict house and some old outbuildings together with 31 acres of which there is 21 acres in corn and the balance in permanent pasture.  This is a most attractive package and is ideal for a small bloodstock enterprise.  The land has extensive road frontage and accessed from two roads, with a private access to the farmyard.   Guide Price: Excess of €400,000

Lot 2: comprises 29 acres which is non residential and all in permanent pasture and across the road from the above.  This also has good road frontage and is only a few miles from Athy, convenient to the M9 at Ballitore and Kilcullen.   Guide Price: Excess of €200,000.

Lot 3:  The entire – Guide Price: Excess of €600,000.


The property is for sale by Public Auction on Monday 24th July at 3.00pm in the Clanard Court Hotel in Athy unless previously sold.   For further information or appointment to view please contact Jordans on 045-433550 or Leinster Marts on 087-2519062.



Strategic Commercial Development Site, Cutlery Road, Newbridge, Co. Kildare

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge are delighted to bring to the market a strategic commercial development site at Cutlery Road, Newbridge. The property occupies a high profile location on Cutlery Road opposite the Whitewater Shopping Centre and only 100 metres from the Main Street with banks, post office & Penneys on your doorstep.  

The site extends to approximately 0.09 hectares (0.22 acres) with c. 57.6 metres of frontage into Cutlery Road with a derelict detached single storey building on site.
The subject site is Zoned Objective A - Town Centre “To provide for the development and improvement of appropriate town centre uses including retail, residential, commercial and civic uses” under the Newbridge Local Area Plan 2013 - 2019 and is likely to be of interest to a wide number of prospective parties.


The Auction will be held on Wednesday 26th July 2017 at 3pm in Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge, Co. Kildare (unless previously sold) and Jordan’s are quoting €200,000. For additional information contact Paddy Jordan or Stephen Talbot on 045 – 433550.



HOUSE IN STRADBALLY, CO. LAOIS.

Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge on the instructions of the Executors are offering for a sale a large detached Georgian House in the centre of Stradbally for sale by Public Auction with a guide price of €200,000.

This fine detached two storey late Georgian residence originally built in the late 1840’s and extending to c. 400 sq.m. (4,305 sq.ft.) on c. 0.19 hectares (0.46 acres) is located in the centre of Stradbally Village. The property is accessed to the rear via electric gates and stands on a lovely mature site overlooking Cosby Hall.   The gardens are walled in which provides privacy and are mainly in lawn with mature shrubs and herbaceous borders. Although the entire requires some modernisation it is generally in good repair with some fine plasterwork, window shutters and fireplaces. 


The accommodation provides for a number of reception rooms with 4 bedrooms. The property will be Auctioned on Friday 21st July 2017 @ 3.00pm In Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise (Formerly Portlaoise, Heritage Hotel) (unless previously sold). Additional information is available via Clive Kavanagh of the selling agents on 045 – 433550.


PRIME RESIDENTIAL SITE OF C.13 ½ ACRES WITH FULL PLANNING PERMISSION FOR 71 HOUSES, CRECHE AND 2 APARTMENTS



The property comprises an unfinished residential development site extending to approximately 5.54 Hectares (c.13.7 Acres).  The undeveloped lands which are generally level topographically are accessed via an existing estate road and Planning Permission was granted under reference 05/300066 with an extension granted under Planning Permission Reference 12/300011.  The development currently has 13 completed and sold houses on the site.  Situated in an excellent sought after location on the north eastern edge of Athy town approximately 2km from the town centre and opposite Athy golf club.  The development has Planning Permission for a mixture of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached homes ranging in size from c.139.8 sq. m. – c.180.7 sq. m. with the option of an additional sunroom to all houses.  There is also Planning Permission for a Creche and 2 x two bedroom apartments over the Creche.  The subject site is easily accessible to the town and services with a good road and rail infrastructure available closeby.  The town offers a wealth of amenities and facilities with restaurants, pubs, shops, schools, churches, all on your doorstep.  The M9 Motorway access is only a 5 minute drive and less than c 1.25km from the R418 which was the old N78 main road leading to Kilcullen.  The surrounding towns of Newbridge, Naas, Kildare and Kilcullen are all within a half hour drive with excellent shopping facilities including Whitewater Shopping Centre and Kildare Retail Outlet Village. 

We understand that main services are available to the site and the lands are zoned Objective B Existing Residential and Infill under the Athy Town Development Plan 2012-2018.


The property is for sale by Tender and all Tenders are to be submitted to Reidy Stafford Solicitors offices, Moorefield Terrace, Newbridge, Co. Kildare before 3.p.m. on Thursday the 13th of July and the sale is being handled by Liam Hargaden of Jordan Auctioneers – 045/433550 who is guiding €300,000 on the lands and can be contacted for further information. 




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.

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