IrelandKildareSallins2 Chapel Mews, Sallins, Kildare


2 Chapel Mews, Sallins, Kildare

2 beds 1 bath 65.5m 2Energy RatingApartment Refreshed on Sep 20, 2021
Eircode: W91 P799
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O'Neill & Company Chartered Surveyors and Auctioneers Ltd
O'Neill & Company Chartered Surveyors and Auctioneers Ltd
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Location Sallins village is located along the Grand Canal approximately 4 kilometres from Naas, some 25 kilometres south of Dublin City Centre & Dublin Airport. Transport and communications are excellent with the M7 motorway providing direct access via the M50 and National motorway network. Sallins railway station provides 22 Arrow trains each day to Dublin (Heuston Station) with a fastest journey time of 25 minutes. The recently opened Sallins bypass will further enhance the location. Amenities include restaurants, bars, shopping, golf courses, and playing fields. The residential population of Sallins has grown considerably over the last number of years as a result of increased housing developments being completed. The property is located within Chapel Mews, a residential development situated on Chapel Lane, fronting a pedestrian entrance to Sallins Wood Estate and within walking distance of the canal, Sallins GAA and the railway station. Description Formerly a beauty clinic, the property comprises a ground floor unit suitable for a wide variety of uses. Accommodation is arranged to provide entrance lobby, hallway, two consultation rooms, an office and toilet facilities. There are suspended ceilings and timber floors throughout. The property is equipped with air-conditioning, fire and intruder alarm, CCTV and intercom system. Car parking is available to the rear of the unit and on street. Planning Permission Planning permission was granted by Kildare County Council for conversion to a residential two-bedroom ground floor apartment under planning reference 21/440. A copy of the planning permission is available on request.

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