Ballymanus, Glenealy

Address: Ballymanus, Glenealy
Bedrooms: 0
Status: Available
Price: SOLD
Description
A valuable and well-located property comprising almost 10 acres of land and including agricultural outbuildings with direct frontage onto a public cul-de-sac at Ballymanus, Glenealy. c.
Accommodation

Well known in the area as a former Christmas Tree Farm, Ballymanus, includes approximately 3.97 Hectares (9.81 Acres) of land, which is part planted with mature Christmas trees and a mix of Noble Fir and Norway Spruce trees. The land is irregular in shape and gently sloping upwards away from the main road. Property includes some road frontage onto the public cul-de-sac at Ballymanus but is restricted in terms of access and site lines. The property includes agricultural buildings with an external floor area of approximately 490 Sq.m (5275 Sq.ft). We understand that the original building was exempt from planning permission however a section to the rear and side of the property has been added without planning permission. The building was used for storage, agricultural use and office space. The property may have some potential for change of use subject to planning permission

Access to the property is currently via a right of way entrance over adjoining property. We understand there is a permanent right of access over the main entrance. The surrounding land use is a mix of agricultural land, one-off rural dwellings and forestry land.

Additional Information

The subject property is situated in the townland of Ballymanus, Glenealy on the Northern outskirts of Glenealy village. The site is accessed via an existing residential cul-de-sac leading to the main road between Glenealy and Ashford village Glenealy is a small rural village situated approximately 9 kilometres east of Wicklow Town and 5.5 kilometres from the N11 at Rathnew. Glenealy has been designated as a "Large Village" status under the Wicklow County Development Plan 2004-2010.

Directions

From Dublin take the exit off the N11 for Rathnew and Wicklow. Entering Rathnew village take the second exit off the roundabout for Glenealy. Entering Glenealy pass the RC Church on the left hand side and take the next right over a narrow bridge. After approximately 100m take a sharp turn to the left (before Glenealy GAA) and follow the cul-de-sac for approximately 400m. Property is located on the right-hand-side and marked with a Clarke Auctioneers signboard.

 
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