Specialist property agents Lisney are inviting offers for Rathsallagh Golf and Country Club, a superb, long-established, well-maintained parkland golf course situated in wonderfully scenic West Wicklow, only 1 hour to the centre of Dublin and Dublin Airport.
Designed by Christy O’Connor Jnr. and Peter McEvoy, Rathsallagh is one of the top courses in Ireland and the UK and measures 6,583m. The property includes a substantial modern clubhouse of approx. 1,050 sq. m. with all amenities, function room and car park and a large machinery shed of approx. 1,400 sq.m.
The adjoining Rathsallagh House Hotel with its 205 acres is not affected by the proposed golf course sale. It is under separate ownership and has right of way access over the lands in sale.
Rathsallagh Golf Club is situated approximately 3km south of Dunlavin village, 15km south of Naas, 20km north east of Carlow and 48km south west of Dublin city centre. The property is easily accessible via the M9 (Dublin – Waterford) motorway, which lies approximately 2.5km west via the N9 arterial route.
The immediate surrounding area is mainly rural / agricultural in character interspersed with one-off houses and bungalows. This is a most attractive land holding situated in the heart of West Wicklow in a well-recognised tourist area within easy reach of many major attractions.
There are various equine related activities in the surrounding area to include the National Stud and horse racing at The Curragh, Naas, Punchestown and GowranPark. Golfing at the K Club and Mount Juliet are both within easy reach of Rathsallagh as well as many other golf clubs both regionally and east across the Wicklow Gap. Other nearby attractions include the WicklowMountainsNational Park and Glendalough.
The freehold property will interest golf clubs, investors and agricultural landowners.
- Lot 1: The entire 273.8 acres.
- Lot 2: The golf course lands 251.8 acres.
- Lot 3: 22 acres of agricultural lands.
For sale by tender (in one or more lots) – latest date for receipt of tenders 12 noon Wednesday 16th April 2014.
Irish property pundits believe that the whole property should attract offers of at least €1.75 million
For further information contact Ross Shorten Rshorten@lisney.com