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Lock-Keepers' Cottage an Attractive Investment

5th March 2011
Lock-Keepers' Cottage an Attractive Investment
A former lock-keepers’ cottage near Celbridge, Co Kildare could prove to be a substantial bargain for waterways enthusiasts.
Bank House, on the Grand Canal near Hazelhatch, is a two-storey Victorian five-bed house with a large garden available through DNG.
When first on the market in October 2009 it was priced at €795,000, but is now for sale at €495,000.
The 167 sq m floor area includes an integrated garage, two reception rooms and a sizeable kitchen.
The property - which is in need of updating - comes with well-tended gardens and plenty of off-street parking, with Hazelhatch train station within walking distance.
The Irish Times has more on this property including images HERE.

A former lock-keepers’ cottage near Celbridge, Co Kildare could prove to be a substantial bargain for waterways enthusiasts.

Bank House, on the Grand Canal near Hazelhatch, is a two-storey Victorian five-bed house with a large garden available through DNG.

When first on the market in October 2009 it was priced at €795,000, but is now for sale at €495,000.
The 167 sq m floor area includes an integrated garage, two reception rooms and a sizeable kitchen. 

The property - which is in need of updating - comes with well-tended gardens and plenty of off-street parking, with Hazelhatch train station within walking distance.

The Irish Times has more on this property including images HERE.

Published in Waterfront Property
MacDara Conroy

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MacDara Conroy is a contributor covering all things on the water, from boating and wildlife to science and business

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