HomeIrelandWicklowEnniskerryLand c. 16.5 Acres, Glencree, Enniskerry, Wicklow
€220,000

Land c. 16.5 Acres, Glencree, Enniskerry, Wicklow

Farm Land Refreshed on Jul 26, 2022
J P & M Doyle Ltd Terenure
J P & M Doyle Ltd Terenure
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Land c. 16.5 Acres. The property is situated in the Glencree Valley, in the townland of Aurora, with some of the best views in all of Wicklow. Nestled under the backdrop of Powerscourt Mountain, it commands a magnificent view across the Glencree Valley looking towards Cloghnagun and The Sugarloaf in the distance. For those who enjoy the outdoors, this is an idyllic playground, ideally situated between the Wicklow Mountains National Park & The Wicklow Way. There is a number of mountain/forest trails on hand, with hill walking around Lough Bray and Kippure all within walking distance. Crone Wood and Powerscourt Waterfall are nearby. It is rare to find a home that offers such a wealth of rural amenities in a spectacular setting and yet is still within an easy commute of Dublin city and surrounding areas. The M50 (Junction 12) is 20 minutes away and Dublin Airport is a 45 minute drive in normal traffic. The N11, via Enniskerry, is a 20 minute drive. St. Patrick€TM N.S. Curtlestown is the closest primary school and is served by a school bus service which also brings local children to secondary schools in Bray. At the head of the valley is the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, in what was originally a British Army Barracks c1800. The Centre now runs the Armoury Café, as part of their work. The café is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike and supports local artisan traders by featuring their unique designs, crafts and locally produced foods in store. The beautiful village of Enniskerry is at the bottom of the valley. Enniskerry is a busy, growing community, with many shops, cafes, restaurants, two primary schools, sports clubs and the magnificent Powerscourt House & Gardens.

Land c. 16.5 Acres, Glencree, Enniskerry, Wicklow

€220,000

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Refreshed onJul 26, 2022
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Land c. 16.5 Acres. The property is situated in the Glencree Valley, in the townland of Aurora, with some of the best views in all of Wicklow. Nestled under the backdrop of Powerscourt Mountain, it commands a magnificent view across the Glencree Valley looking towards Cloghnagun and The Sugarloaf in the distance. For those who enjoy the outdoors, this is an idyllic playground, ideally situated between the Wicklow Mountains National Park & The Wicklow Way. There is a number of mountain/forest trails on hand, with hill walking around Lough Bray and Kippure all within walking distance. Crone Wood and Powerscourt Waterfall are nearby. It is rare to find a home that offers such a wealth of rural amenities in a spectacular setting and yet is still within an easy commute of Dublin city and surrounding areas. The M50 (Junction 12) is 20 minutes away and Dublin Airport is a 45 minute drive in normal traffic. The N11, via Enniskerry, is a 20 minute drive. St. Patrick€TM N.S. Curtlestown is the closest primary school and is served by a school bus service which also brings local children to secondary schools in Bray. At the head of the valley is the Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, in what was originally a British Army Barracks c1800. The Centre now runs the Armoury Café, as part of their work. The café is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike and supports local artisan traders by featuring their unique designs, crafts and locally produced foods in store. The beautiful village of Enniskerry is at the bottom of the valley. Enniskerry is a busy, growing community, with many shops, cafes, restaurants, two primary schools, sports clubs and the magnificent Powerscourt House & Gardens.