DescriptionAMOVE is delighted to bring The Cottage to the market, situated at locally known Cahills Cross and this home couldn't command a better location in Monasterevin. This property extends to 0.19 hectares (0.46 acres) and is fully enclosed by a road front 8ft wall with 2 vehicular entrances onto the main Nurney Road. A home that sits in a private garden oasis with mature pink and white cherry, cypress, silver birch, apple, beech and copper beech trees. The Cottage as it stands now was built in 1993 and is attached to a derelict thatch. The house sits comfortably on this generous site and offers potential buyers the chance to buy a wonderful home on a stunning site within walking distance of this thriving town. Alternatively, the site is zoned existing residential in the Local Area Plan 2016-2022 so could be developed subject to the necessary PP (architecture feasibility attached).
AccommodationACCOMMODATION: Entrance Hall, Lounge/ Dining room / Kitchen, Utility, 2 double bedrooms, master En-suite, house bathroom & walk in hotpress. Self-contained detached office / Art Studio and garage. To the rear of the property there is a large steel Shanette Shed. The town is on hand as is the new secondary complex (less than a minutes walk from this properties door) and the parkland that is Moore Abbey Woods. Monasterevin is known as the Venice of the Midlands with excellent fishing to be had on the River Barrow and the Grand Canal. Ballykelly Mills Distillery and The Barrow Blueway is currently under construction and is due for completion in June 2023. Within easy reach is Emo Court & Gardens, The Irish National Stud, Kildare Village shopping, the Monasterevin M7 motorway at Junction 14. Dublin is approximately a 40-minute drive. Viewing comes highly recommended ACCOMMODATION Reception Hallway. 4.76m x 2m Spacious entrance hall with beautiful clay tiled floor, roof skylight, sliding patio door opening to rear garden. Inner Hall: 6m x 1m panelled ceiling, polished pine floor, door to hotpress Living room / Dining / Kitchen: 4.2m x 5.44m tiled floor, fully fitted bespoke rustic pine kitchen with granite worktops, Belfast sink, plumbed for dishwasher, Stanley stove, French door opening to garden Kitchen / Utility: 3.46m x 1.78m fitted kitchen, plumbed for washing machine, cooker, space for fridge freezer, sink, door to garden (half door) Bathroom: 2.4m x 3m part tiled wall, w.h.b., w.c., corner bath, window & corner shower Bedroom 1 (Front): 3.632m x 3m double room with polished pine flooring, ceiling rose. Master Bedroom: 6.292 x 3m polished pine floor, ceiling coving & centre rose, patio doors to garden, feature arch window, door to ensuite: Shower, sink, w.c, part tiled walls. LOVE SHACK: Art Studio: 2.95m x 3.5m laminate flooring, sink, electric heating, DG window & door Garage: with 2 x steel doors, currently used for fuel & garden storage, electricity. Large Steel Shanette Shed to rear garden with Up & Over doors & side door & 2 x windows REAR GARDEN This is a stunning mature, exceptionally private garden on just under 1/2 an acre with a wonderful south facing orientation, with a array of specimen trees, cherry, apple, beech and cypress. There is outside power, water and there is a well inside the front driveway (that used to serve the local community & is still an option if buyers want a private supply of water. OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is a parking forecourt, outside oil burner, plant beds gated, dual gated access, enclosed coloured PVC fence surrounding Oil tank, bin area and front boundary. .
Features• This property could be sold as a home or as a development SITE - property has two entrances (FEASABILITY to photos)
• Bright & airy accommodation - 87sq.m (936sq.ft.) with a beautiful, eclectic charming interior
• Detached Art Studio The Love Shack could be used as an office or additional living accommodation or gym with garage attached
• Dual fuel Central heating - solid fuel & oil-fired central heating & double glazing throughout
• House was built in 1993 & has high speed Broadband
• Mains Water & Electricity (onsite & a well) - property was once used as a B & B.
• South facing orientation to this wonderful garden - large gravel front & side driveway with ample off-street parking
• 5 Minutes’ drive to M7 motorway Junction 14
• New Secondary School Complex will be less than a minutes’ walk, Moore Abbey Woods is 4 minutes’ walk away
• The Dublin Coach (Green Bus) is on hand 24/7 terminating at Dublin Airport -also serves Kildare, Kildare Village, Newbridge & Naas
BER DetailsBER: D2 BER No.114359243 Energy Performance Indicator:285.62 kWh/m²/yr