A prime landholding of 63 acres located just outside Kill village in Co. Kildare is set to go under the hammer at Lawlor’s Hotel in Naas on September 13th at 3:00 p.m. The property boasts an excellent location, situated just 2km from the village of Kill with frontage onto the Barberstown Road. It is conveniently accessible to a range of locations including Naas (8km), Straffan (8km), Newcastle (12km), Dublin (30km), and junction 7 of the Naas dual carriageway is only a two-minute drive away. Clive Kavanagh of Jordan Auctioneers, Newbridge, who is handling the sale, has set the guide price for the 63-acre Co. Kildare landholding at €14,000 per acre. The land is currently owned by a local farmer who is downsizing his operation. Kavanagh highlights the versatility of the property, stating that it would be ideal as an out-farm, small stud, or for someone looking to build a house and have a hobby farm. The 63-acre property is divided into five divisions, all of which are of top quality with no waste whatsoever. It is currently in permanent pasture and benefits from excellent shelter, with piped water available to all divisions from a private well. The property also includes farm buildings, comprising cattle handling facilities for 150 head, two silage pits, two yards, a crush, and holding pens. Private well water is available to all paddocks. Kavanagh remarks that the land market in the area is relatively strong, with a mix of farming enterprises. Additionally, the property’s proximity to the motorway and several towns makes it an attractive option for those looking to invest their cash deposits.