Agricultural Land For Sale - 30.00 acres (12.14 hectares).
Presently in grass pasture, the subject holding is understood to extend to c. 12.04 hectares otherwise circa 29.73 acres or thereabouts statute measure. Set out in a single block arranged in three linked fields, this holding appears to be of superb quality being generally level and is likely suited to a multitude of uses including crop cultivation, livestock grazing and many other agricultural enterprises. The area is synonymous with a range of horse rearing and horse related activities and so an equestrian use could be ideal too. The property could make a lovely setting for the establishment of homestead, subject of course, to securing the necessary planning consent. The university town of Maynooth is 8km distant as is the town of Kilcock. Together they provide for a superb range of educational and shopping facilities together with a spectrum of other services and facilities. There are excellent primary schools locally too. Summerhill and Dunboyne, with its park and ride facility, are 10km and 12km distant respectively. The wider area plays host to many fine sporting facilities including those for rugby, soccer and GAA along with golf amongst others. There is hunting available locally to include the Meath and Ward Union packs along with others and horse racing enthusiasts will not be left wanting with racecourses at Fairyhouse, Bellewstown, Navan, Leopardstown and Punchestown easily accessed. Connection to the motorway network is convenient at this location with the M4 (at Maynooth), M3 (at Dunboyne), and the M50 (at Blanchardstown) accessed at 11km, 13km and 21km respectively. This property while rurally located is located 1km off the R156 (Dunboyne / Mullingar Road) and a further 1.5km from its intersection with the R125 (Kilcock / Swords Road) at Mullagh Cross.
From Dunboyne, take the Summerhill Road (L2228 and R156) for 11km passing Barstown Industrial Park (after 8.5km) and the Hatchet Inn beyond after which you take the first road to the left, leaving the R156. Proceed for 200 metres to the fork where you ...