DescriptionLandmark Development Site & Former Licenced Premises on c1.25 acre site
The property occupies probably the most high-profile site in the village centre, with superb frontage onto the main street. It is anchored by the renowned former licences premises 'Flattery's', associated stone outbuildings, 2 cottages (both in need of full refurbishment) and the entire standing on a prime village centre development site of about 0.52 hectare / 1.28 acres, undoubtingly suiting a mixed residential & commercial development.
Enfield village is located in the southern part of County Meath close to its border with Kildare, approximately 40 kms west of Dublin at Junction 9 on the M4 Dublin to Galway/Sligo motorway route. It is at the intersection of the R148 (old N4) the R159 Trim road and the R402 Edenderry route, and is very well located within easy reach of Maynooth University Town (22 kms east), Trim (17 kms north) and Edenderry (18 kms south). The main southern motorway routes (M7/M8) are accessed at Naas, about 30 kms south. Enfield is also characterised as being on the Dublin Connolly to Sligo rail line with a rail station in the village, and the Royal Canal runs through the village which features the Royal Canal Greenway offering a multi-purpose off-road walking and cycling link from the river Liffey in Dublin to Cloondara on the River Shannon.
Enfield has enviable public transport links to Dublin with the above mentioned rail link to Connolly Station and bus transport serving the city.
FeaturesSuperb former licenced premises & development site
Extending to c1 acre in village centre location
Entire zoned B1, including residential & commercial development
All mains services available
Proven selling location with train, bus, primary school, etc. all close-by