Lot 2 extends to about 8.5 acres of productive arable land
Lot 2: Land
The field at Providence House comprises about 8.50 acres / 3.44 hectares in total and lies in a single ring-fenced block. It has the ability to grow a range of arable crops and is presently let to a local farmer on a Conacre agreement. The lands are bound on the south by the River Boro, a tributary of the River Slaney.
A sale of Lot 2 will not take place in advance of a sale of Lot 1.
Located in the townland of St Johns, Enniscorthy, Providence House sits in the south-east of Ireland in the heart of Wexford, which is known for its excellent verdant countryside, favourable climate, picturesque mountain ranges, white sandy beaches and charming character villages.
The historic town of Enniscorthy is anchored by its 13th Century castle which sits in the heart of the town. Enniscorthy provides for all amenities including shopping, pubs, restaurants, sports clubs and regattas on the River Slaney. Monart Spa, Ireland's only five-star destination spa is only a 5km drive away. Wexford (20 km) is the principal town in this part of the southeast of Ireland and is located at the mouth of the River Slaney. A harbour town, it is widely regarded for its rich arts scene and culture. Wexford has been home to the Opera Festival for over 60 years. The festival is recognised worldwide for introducing new artists and audiences to the forgotten masterpieces.
The N11 motorway extension to Enniscorthy is due to open shortly (4 km) allowing direct access to Dublin and shopping havens such as Dundrum Town Centre. There are also regular bus and train departures from nearby Enniscorthy connecting to Dublin city.
The Eircode for the adjoining property is Y21 KW37.
Strictly by appointment with Savills Dublin - Country on + 353 (0) 1 663 4350