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Priory Court, Kildare Town, Co Kildare

€750,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 47 sqm approx


  • Presented in superb condition throughout
  • Bright, spacious accommodation
  • 9ft ceilings
  • Ample parking and communal grounds
  • Within easy walking distance of all amenities in Kildare Town and Kildare village
  • Within easy commuting distance of Dublin via road or rail
  • Management company change €1,500 to include insurance, bins, public liability and lighting
  • Management company: Leinster Property Management 015367250
BER C2 Rating


Excellent investment Portfolio

The portfolio comprises 5 x two bed apartments, 2 x one bed apartment. All seven apartments are currently let out and being sold with tenants in situ.

The apartments have all being recently renovated and are in excellent decorative order.

Excellent location in the heart of Kildare Town with a range of local amenities and services on your doorstep including Lidl, Aldi, Tesco, Eurospar, Kildare Village Outlet, Kildare train station, schools and the M7 motorway.

Apartments vary in size from 47 m2 to 95 m2

BER ratings from C1 - C2.

All units are currently fully occupied and full details and rental schedule are available from the agent on request.

There is a fully functioning management company in place and the grounds are well maintained.

The apartments benefit from features such, gas heating, balconies and ample parking.

The property is fully leased to four individual tenants currently producing a current income of approx. €87,000.00 p.a.

Tenants not affected.

All mains services.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C2
  • Number: 109018416
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 188.27

About the Area

County Kildare (Irish: Contae Chill Dara) is part of the midlands, located in the province of Leinster. It is named after the town of Kildare. The population of the county is 210,312 according to the 2011 census. The county has three major rivers running through it: the Barrow, the Liffey and the Boyne. The Royal Canal stretches across the north of the county along the border with Meath. Pollardstown Fen is the largest remaining calcareous fen in Ireland, covering an area of 220 hectares and is recognised as an internationally important fen ecosystem with unique and endangered plant communities, and declared a National Nature Reserve in 1986. The Bog of Allen is a large bog that extends across 958 km2 and into County Kildare, County Meath, County Offaly, County Laois, and County Westmeath. Kildare has 243 km2 of bog (almost 14% of Kildare's land area) mostly located in the south-west and north-west, a majority of this being Raised Bog. It is habitat to over 185 plant and animal species. There are 8,472 hectares (20,930 acres) of Forested land in Kildare, accounting for roughly 5% of the county's total land area. 4,056 hectares of this is Coniferous, while there is 2,963 hectares of Broadleaf and the remaining area are Unclassified Species. Coillte and Dúchas currently own 47% of the forestry. Coillte run Donadea Forest Park which is in North-Central Kildare. The forest covers 259 hectares of mixed woodland (60% Broadleaf, 40% Conifer) and is the largest forest park in Kildare.