LIAM REILLY AUCTIONEERS are proud to present this wonderful, four-bedroom detached property with detached garage, sitting on approximately ½ an acre to the open market. This is an excellent property approached through electric gates to a tarmacadam drive with beautifully landscaped front garden with a profusion of shrubs and trees, which keep this little gem tucked away from prying eyes and the main road.
The property is surrounded by a cobble loc pavement. There is a detached garage to the rear and a manicured lawn along with a cobble loc patio area to the side of the house.
Accommodation briefly comprises four double bedrooms, four ensuites and two bathrooms. All the bedrooms have built in wardrobes. The kitchen comprises ground and eye level presses of solid wood, with granite worktops, island unit and slate tiles. There is a utility room off with door leading to the hall. Off the kitchen is a dining / living room with built in units and stove. There is also a separate sitting room.
The property has a built-in vacuum system, oil fired central heating, it’s own well, a waste water Biocycle treatment system and the house was doubly insulated when it was constructed, therefore allowing for an extremely cosy energy efficient home.
Kilcock is a service centre for the north Kildare/south Meath area and is a relatively compact town with a medieval street pattern. The town is located primarily between the River Rye Water to the north and the M4 motorway. Meath County Council’s administrative boundary adjoins the town core to the north. The environs to the north of the historic core have been designated for major growth within the County Meath boundary with the zoning of large tracts of land (with some presently being developed) for residential development.
It is situated 33km from Dublin adjacent to the M4 motorway. The nearby university town of Maynooth is approximately 4km to the east. Given the excellent road and rail connections to Kilcock, it is likely the town will continue to grow and develop as a thriving suburb. Many large employers have established their base in Kildare with Intel Ireland at Leixlip and the Kerry Group in Naas. These companies are now major contributors to the performance of the local and Irish economy.