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Derrylea, Clifden, Co. Galway
Ref: R0463

Offers in excess of €150,000

SALE AGREED

The property constructed approximately 70 years ago of stone construction with a rendered exterior under a fibre slate roof, this 4 bedroom detached property has a combination of single and double glazed windows and doors throughout and oil fired central heating. The property has been well maintained by the present owners and is now for sale with floor coverings, curtains and light fittings included and the other contents may be available by separate negotiation.

The property is situated just outside Clifden, set back from the main N59. Clifden, the nearest town and only 3 miles away, is regarded as the Capital of Connemara, with banks and a large selection of shops, pubs, and other leisure facilities. Clifden is noted for its many fine seafood restaurants, the famous Connemara Pony Show which takes place there each August in the showground close to the property, and the Clifden Arts Festival in September, all of which attract many Irish and foreign visitors. The area is well provided for a wide range of sporting and leisure facilities, with fishing, boating and water sports most popular using the many beaches and bays which comprise this convoluted coastline. Golf is available at the Connemara Golf Club whilst there are six other courses within an hour’s drive of the property.

The property is 54 miles from the regional capital of the West, Galway City, with its mainline road, rail and air connections and extensive and substantial cultural, commercial and retail facilities. Shannon Airport is some 21/2 hours from the property. Galway Airport is just 70 minutes away with connections to Dublin, Cork, Belfast, Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Leeds Bradford, Bristol, Southampton, Newcastle and L’Orient. Proposals have now been made for a new airport to serve Clifden, on the Cleggan road, which is just four miles from the property.

A summary of the accommodation with room aspects and approximate room measurements is as follows:

ENTRANCE HALL: (S) 4.56 m x 1.20 m with a wooden front door leading into hallway and single glazed windows to either side, access hatch to loft, radiators and doors leading to 2 bedrooms and kitchen/living room.

LIVING ROOM: (N & S) 4.78 m x 4.05 m, a carpeted room with an oil fired Stanley range providing hot water and heating, access to hot press which houses a lagged tank, space and plumbing for gas stove, attractive built in press/cupboard and doors leading to 2 bedrooms and rear kitchen.

REAR KITCHEN: (N) 1.80 m x 1.69 m, with lino flooring throughout, Belfast sink, space for large fridge freezer, wooden door leading to the rear of the property and further door leading to bathroom.

BATHROOM: (N) 1.92 m x 1.69 m, bath with panelled surround and shower attachment, part tiled walls, low level WC, wash hand basin, double glazed window to rear, shelving and radiator.

BEDROOM 1: (S) 3.22 m x 3.66 m, with double glazed window to front, carpeted, sealed up fireplace and radiator.

BEDROOM 2: (S) 3.84 m x 3.66 m, carpeted, currently setup as a twin room, radiator.

BEDROOM 3: (N) 3.52 m x 2.30 m, with wooden flooring throughout, double glazed window to rear and radiator.

BEDROOM 4: (W) 3.46 m x 2.16 m, single bedroom with built in storage cupboard, carpeted and radiator.

OUTSIDE: the property is approached off the main N59 through wrought iron gates which are mounted on an attractive pillar wall ends with a parking area to the front of the property. There are some areas of lawned gardens either side, a substantial collection of hydrangea, large concrete water tank to the rear and a block built shed of circa 18 square meters of block construction with a steel profile roof.

THE LAND: the circa 29 Acre parcel is situated in one attractive parcel, is enclosed by post and wire fencing with good frontage to the main N59 and a recognised access which may enable future development subject to necessary planning constraints.

Within this Folio document there is an undivided 1/7th parts of Commonage in the town land of Derrylea which equate to 306.92 hectares which is 758 acres. This means that there is approximately 108 acres of Commonage. There is an additional parcel of 4.5 Acres situated to the South of the main N59.

SERVICES: Private water, septic, mains electricity.


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The Property
Rear Kitchen
Dining/Living Area
Dining/Living Area
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3
Bedroom 4
Hallway
Bathroom
Land
Land
Land
Land
Land & rear of house
Sheds
Commonage
Commonage
Commonage


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