Kildare horse heaven with convenience and charm
Approached by electric security gates, the winding driveway at Corbally Banks is lined with mature lime trees and a beech hedge leading to the 384.7 square metre house
If the trappings of the country high life combined with the convenience of nearby bustling towns are tempting, then perhaps Corbally Banks, a residential equestrian property on 24 acres off Harbour Road in Great Connell in Co Kildare, might appeal.
This part of the county is strewn with waterways, including an oft-forgotten 19th-century canal line that runs a distance of about eight kilometres from Naas to Corbally. The canal flows under the nearby M7 and M9...
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