REA Boyd's

REA Boyd's
The Estate House
The Parade
R95 V8WE
PSR Licence Number: 002789
Phone: 056 7764833
Fax: 056-7751299

REA Boyd's was established by Michael Boyd in 1991 and is located in fine offices in the centre of Kilkenny City. The company is one of Kilkenny's foremost property firms covering all of County Kilkenny and with 38 associated offices throughout Ireland.

We offer a broad range of services covering the traditional activities of a general practice agency such as sales. lettings and valuations of all types of property.

However in the current difficult market our focus is on providing services and advice to help clients through difficult times. This ranges from private clients to receivers liquidators and banks.

We know what is going on in banking and lending circles, what activity is in the market place and where there are buyers and solutions to be found. We can give solid valuation advice and strategic advice in relation to debt resolution and estate management for both owners and institutions.

Our service in this regard is nationwide.

Location Profile:

Kilkenny is a medieval city of 24,000 people and is acclaimed internationally as a centre for craft and design. Technology, Tourism, Craft & Design and food processing are the main industries in the county. Each year Kilkenny hosts a number of international festivals and the city is a very popular tourist destination.

This medieval city is characterised by many beautifully restored buildings and winding slipways - it is small and compact enough to explore on foot, yet full of fascinating historical buildings and contemporary shops, design galleries and restaurants.

The ancient city of Kilkenny was named after a 6th century monk St Canice. His memory lives on in the beautifully restored St Canices Cathedral, built overlooking the city in the thirteenth century. Kilkenny Castle, one of the most magnificent castles in Ireland, was built by the Normans who arrived in the city during the 12th century.

Today the city is proving a very popular place to live and familys are attracted by the selection of 6 secondary schools and 10 primary schools in the city. There are further secondary schools and about 90 small-scale primary schools in rural areas throughout the county allowing a high standard of family life.

The county enjoys a mainline rail service to Dublin and road networks to the capital are improving daily.

Apart from the city the areas of principal attraction are Thomastown, Callan, Castlecomer and Gowran. Graignamanagh is situated on the River Barrow, which forms the eastern boundary of the county. The county has many sporting amenities such as seven 18-hole golf courses, Mount Juliet being foremost, Racing at Gowran Park, Fishing on the many rivers and mills around the county and of course it is the home of hurling.

There is a good supply of quality homes in all price brackets although country homes are difficult to come by, being a pleasant place to live, people don't often sell.

Latest Properties for Sale on the Market:


17 William Street Kilkenny 2 Bed Apt €135,000


29 Hollybank Way, Clongowen Kilkenny 5 Bed House €290,000

Latest Commercial Properties on the Market:

Industrial Unit

Unit 3, Bagenalstown Business Park Bagenalstown 8,828 sq. ft €40,000 per year

Development Land

Geraldine Road Athy 18.55 acres €4,250,000