DescriptionThe lands comprise an irregular shaped holding extending to approximately 23.46 ha (57.97 acres). The lands previously formed part of the curtilage of Inchanappa House (a Protected Structure) and benefit
from a sylvan setting. Inchanappa House does not form part of the sale.
Access to the lands is via a gated entrance and lane from the R772 main road which travels through Ashford village. A secondary access point is located on the southern boundary of the site. Generally, the lands are level in nature, with some sloped areas on the northern portion, and are currently laid out in various sized fields which are delineated by mature tree lines and hedgerows.
The lands are bound to the north by agricultural lands, to the east by the M11 Motorway, to the south by a local minor road and the west by Ashford Village and Mount Usher Gardens.
FeaturesResidential land holding with significant scale extending to approx 23.46 ha,Located in a secluded private setting off the R772 road,Designated with a Specific Local Objective for Residential Development ,Sought after residential location within Dublin commuter belt,Array of amenities and leisure facilities available locally,Excellent transport links – M11 Motorway, Wicklow Town train station
DirectionsThe lands are situated on the eastern side of Ashford village, between the R772 road and the M11 Motorway. Ashford village is approximately 44km south of Dublin City Centre and 6km north west of Wicklow town.
Ashford is a popular Wicklow village known for its botanical gardens and picturesque surroundings.
A host of amenities are located within a short stroll of the site including Mount Usher Gardens and popular eateries Avoca and The Chester Beatty Inn. Ashford village offers a range of local convenience retailers to cater for the local neighbourhood while nearby Wicklow town is home to grocery retailers such as Tesco, Lidl and Supervalu. Sporting facilities are plentiful in the area including Ashford GAA Club, Wicklow Golf Club and Bel Air Equestrian Centre. Residents of Ashford also benefit from a number of walking and cycling trails in the area while coastal walks along the Irish Sea are just a short journey away. In addition, a number of well-regarded schools are located in the vicinity.
Ashford’s strategic location between Junctions 15 & 16 of the M11 motorway means that Dublin is a 45 minute drive and Wicklow Town is just 10 minutes away. Rail services are available in Wicklow Town with
regular trains to Dublin and the south east. Bus Eireann route No. 133 serves Ashford, connecting the village N7 with Dublin City Centre and Dublin Airport.