A ring-fenced block of agricultural land bordering the small village of Eadestown
Blessington 5 km
Punchestown 5 km
Naas 7 km
Ballymore Eustace 9 km
The Curragh 23 km
Dublin 33 km
Dublin Airport 45 km
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.
+353 (0) 1 6634350
PSRA License 002223
BER Details - BER Exempt
Eadestown is 7 kilometres to the south east of the town of Naas in an area which is renowned for growing good grass and arable crops. Punchestown Racecourse is 5 kilometres distant and is home to the Irish National Hunt Festival.
Directions: Directions From Naas (accessed off the M7, main Dublin to Limerick road) take the R410 towards Blessington. After about 6.5 kilometres bear right to continue on the R410. The entrance to the land is on the left after about 600 metres.
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20 Dawson Street
+ 353 (0) 1 663 4350