The subject property comprises agricultural lands extending to 18.16 Acres (7.35 Hectares). This attractive block of land is laid out in a rectangular shaped configuration in two divisions currently in permanent pasture which are well sheltered with natural hedgerow and trees. The land has substantial road frontage of 540m and is also bounded to the west by the Grand Canal. The property lends itself to all agricultural enterprises and has potential for construction of a residence subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
The subject property is situated in Milltown, a village with a population of 344 as of the 2016 census. Amenities within Milltown village include a school, pub, restaurant, church and a GAA club. The village is situated on the R415 regional road and lies 4.5km northwest of Newbridge Town. Newbridge is the largest town in South Kildare with a host of amenities, services and public transport. The town has excellent rail links to most areas of Ireland from Newbridge Railway Station. The M7 motorway bypasses the town; the R445 connects the town to the bypass (Junctions 10 and 12 on the M7) along the route previously forming part of the N7. The M9 to Kilcullen, Carlow, Kilkenny and Waterford leave the M7 west of Naas at Junction 11. A private bus service also operates a service through the town linking the town to the Luas and Dublin Airport. The lands are located on the R415 within 1km of Milltown Village.