A ring-fenced block of agricultural land bordering the small village of Eadestown
The land at Eadestown has a convenient situation on the east of County Kildare, close to the Kildare/Dublin and Kildare/Wicklow county boundaries. It encompasses the south-eastern part of the small village of Eadestown.
The land is all in grass and is used for the grazing of livestock. It lies in a single block and is divided into a number of fields by mature trees and hedgerows. A small stream passes through the centre of the land. The land is accessed at the south-western corner via the R410, with a collection area for livestock situated next to the entrance.
For sale as a whole by private treaty
Approx. 19 hectares/47 acres
Tenure & Possession
Freehold. Entry by agreement, with vacant possession given on entry.
Strictly by appointment only.
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