Inglewood is perfectly situated in the quiet cul-de-sac off the Mill Lane in Leixlip Village. This picturesque setting includes one off residences, stone artisan cottages and The Old Mill House. Leixlip is a historic village at the crossing point of the River Liffey, whose name in Irish “Leim an Bhradain” is derived from the Salmon Leap, which is also the name of one of the renowned local hostelries. The town is also host to the original Guinness Family who still own and reside in Leixlip Castle to the Western end of the Village.
Mill Lane is a proven sales location 300 meters from Leixlip Village. The property is not overlooked and is situated adjacent to St. Catherine's park which consists of 200 acres of woodland, grassland and amenities.
Inglewood benefits from excellent access to the M4 motorway and is with minutes walking distance of shops, schools, public transport, sporting and recreational facilities.
Full planning permission was granted for the scheme by Kildare County Council, planning reference number 16/1129.
The planning permission allows for the demolition of the existing single storey residence and construction of No. 5, four bedroom detached executive residences.
Detailed architects plans are available on request.
Existing Residential Infill Leixlip Area Plan 2017-2023.
Leixlip is served by Dublin Bus routes 66, 66N and 66X. Leixlip Louisa Bridge and Confey train station with commuter parking are within 10 minutes walk or 5 minutes drive. Inglewood is minutes drive from the M4 Galway Road (junction 5) and 8 minutes from the Dublin’s prime arterial route the M50 motorway (junction 7). Weston Airport (5 min ...
Mill House, Main St, Leixlip, Co. Kildare
Tel: 01 624 2320
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