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Site At Kilgarron Hill, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow

€345,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed

Description

Outline Planning Permission (O.P.P.) granted by Wicklow Co. Council reference 16/860, on 08/05/2017, subject to conditions. A copy of this Grant of Permission is available from our office or may be downloaded from Wicklow County Council’s website.

Situated in picturesque and historic Enniskerry village minutes’ stroll from the clock-tower monument. This individual elevated quarter-acre approved garden site could hardly be more convenient. Adjacent to St. Mary’s N.S., and nestling below the avenue to author Frederick Forsyth’s former home Kilgarron House, this is an enviable location from which to glimpse Dublin foothills’ Carrigolligan and Killegar as well as the two village church spires knowing that to make one’s home here affords the unique opportunity to live in the welcoming local community centered around Powerscourt Estate and Gardens, its waterfall, retail pavilion, golf club, and other nearby amenities such as Dargle Glen and Gardens; Avoca Handweavers; and the scenic Glencree Valley at the gateway to Co. Wicklow yet so convenient to Bray DART and the N.11/M.11/M.50 corridor.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER exempt

About the Area

Enniskerry is an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding countryside as well as the magnificent Powerscourt grounds.  It features superb cafes and shops as well as a host of picture-postcard cottages and a charming village triangle. The clock tower in the centre of the village is also a very attractive feature. The Catholic Church circa 1843 by Patrick Byrne is one of the first gothic revival churches in Ireland. Lying in a beautiful glen of the Cookstown or Glencullen River, the wooded country around Enniskerry offers fine forest walks.