Ballynahown, Clonaslee, Co. Laois
Ballynahown, Clonaslee, Co. Laois
Agricultural Land For Sale - 8.00 acres (3.24 hectares).
James L. Murtagh Auctioneers are delighted to offer for sale this superb c. 49 acre residential farm and equestrian facilities at Ballynahown, Clonaslee, County Laois, R32 W02P to the market. This compact property can be sold in one or more lots ; Lot 1: Residence and equestrian facilities on c.8. acres. The subject residence comprises of a traditional style country home occupying c.1850 sq ft of living accommodation. This split-level residence reflects the ambition of the current owners to restore and renovate this property however, offers a range of possibilities for the new prospective owners to modernise even further. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a traditional country home with a chance to put your own aesthetic stamp on it. The residence is perched on a slightly elevated sight with panoramic views of the rolling countryside and also benefits from clear views of the near paddocks and equestrian facilities. The residence comprises open plan kitchen/dining area leading to the cosy living area, the kitchen benefits from newly fitted double doors providing floods of natural light and leading to the courtyard. The sitting room and wet room also occupy the ground floor. The first floor contains 4 bedrooms and bathroom. Accommodation consists of; - Entrance 2m x 2.33m -Sitting room 4.21m x 4.36m (Recently dry lined and fresh paint, open fire place and cast iron surround) - Kitchen/dining area 4.16m x 4.56m (recently fitted modern fully fitted units, Belfast sink, larder with accompanying island with integrated hob. Incorporating old with new, there is a Raeburn oil fired range and wooden flooring. - Living area 3.5m x 4.59m (recently dry lined and freshly painted, wooden flooring) - Utility 2.87m x 4.43m 1.36m x 2.29m - Wet room 2.13m x 2.54m Fully tiled, Triton Seville shower, w.h.b and w.c. -Internal hallway 0.87m x 1.68m -Landing 0.94m x 3.24m -Bedroom 1 3.6m x 4.79m (Built in wardrobes, Wooden floor, Large window providing floods of natural light and panoramic views of the rolling countryside) -Bedroom 2 3.2m x 4.23m (Wooden flooring) -Bedroom 3 4.21m x 4.53m (Wooden flooring) -Bedroom 4 4.15m x 4.9m (Wooden flooring and storage) -Bathroom 1.88m x 2.5m Fully tiled, bath with electric Mire shower, w.h.b. and w.c. The entrance gates lead to a large, gravelled parking area with a separate entrance to the residence and courtyard, further beyond the parking apron is the recently constructed sand arena. The outbuildings incorporate a mix of both modern purpose built housing and original cut stone buildings, currently in use as stables and storage area - every inch of this equestrian facility is utilised and there is obvious further development potential for the discerning purchaser. The equestrian facilities comprise of; - Purpose built, flood lit and stud railed sand area occupying a space of 80m x 60m - 5 loose boxes and tack room" 4.11m x 17.6m - 1 block of 3 large stables " 5.18m x 11.5m (Exclusively used as foaling boxes) - Original cut stone outbuildings " 5.8m x 18.5m - Dung stead/silage pit This compact equestrian facility/residential farm would be appealing to those seeking a medium sized equestrian facility or would be suitable for any farming enterprise. Having said that, due to the intelligent layout of the courtyard, equestrian facilities, paddocks and holding yard, it would be especially attractive to those seeking an opportunity to further develop this property into a larger breeding or sport horse facility, stud farm or equestrian business. Location: The subject property is conveniently located approximately 8.3km west of Clonaslee. Clonaslee village providing both essential and social services and amenities, situated on the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains on the R422 Mountmellick to Birr road, also within close proximity to the towns of Portlaoise and Tullamore. The area is noted for the trails and walks, mountain biking and horse trekking including Slieve Bloom Forest Park and Brittas Lake and forest where the ruins of Brittas Castle still lie. The subject property sits on the border of County Laois and County Offaly on the R421 regional route and the property is partly bounded by the County River. Conveniently located close to major towns and villages including Kilcormac, Kinnity and Cadamstown and road networks including 11km to N52, 21km to N62 and 18km to N80.