Address: Ballinalea
Bedrooms: 0
Status: Sale Agreed
Price: SOLD
Exceptional development opportunity Part detached two storey residence in need of renovation with assorted outbuildings on c. 0.125 Hectares (0.309 Acres) Zoned Residential under Ashford Town Local Area plan 2001.

The property comprises a part detached 2 storey residential property built in 1850 and in need of complete renovation and modernisation, located on a site of approximately . 0.125 Hectares (0.309 Acres)) with road frontage onto the Ashford to Glenealy road. The site has vehicular access to the side of the current residence. This property also includes an assortment of outbuildings including attractive old stone built barn and sheds. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire an exceptional property in a very desirable location with significant development potential - subject to planning permission.
The property is located in an area zoned 'R1' – Residential 'To protect and improve residential amenities and provide for local growth' in the Ashford Town Local Area Plan, November 2001. A copy of the Ashford Town Local Area plan is available for inspection at the offices of Clarke Auctioneers Ltd

  • Exceptional Development Opportunity (subject to p.p.)
  • Currently 3-bed semi-detached stone built residence with outbuildings in need of renovation and modernisation.
  • Zoned 'Residential' under Ashford Town Local Area Plan 2001.
  • Site area approx. . 0.125 Hectares (0.309 Acres)
  • Central location with easy access to N11 roadway
Additional Information

This outstanding property occupies a superb location in the centre of one of the key residential areas of Ashford village. Located in Ballinalea, near the Woodpecker pub on the Ashford to Glenealy road within easy walking distance to the centre of Ashford village. Ashford is a highly desirable and accessible village located 40kms south of Dublin Substantial road improvements on the N11/M11, have significantly lowered commuting times. The village has been designated as a "Secondary growth centre' in the Wicklow County Development Plan 2004/2005. With the population expected to grow from approximately 1250 to reach 3000 by 2016, Ashford is set to continue to thrive and expand into the future.