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Mullaghglass, Renvyle, Co. Galway.
Ref: R0350


In a superb north facing hill side location and set back from the road in an elevated and commanding position , this detached residence with mainly double height ceilings, will comprise entrance hall, large living room, two other reception rooms, utility room, three bedrooms and bathroom. Surrounded by its own grounds extending to 0.58 acres with a mountain stream running through the grounds, this property has the potential to make a fantastic home in a magical setting.

This potential residence is quite simply situated in one of the most dramatic and spectacular locations in the West of Ireland, just to the south of Killary Harbour and close to some of the most romantic and naturally beautiful beaches in Ireland, Glassilaun, Salruck, Gurteen and Lettergesh.

Killary Harbour is a steep beautiful inlet, 10 miles long and 45 metres deep between County Mayo and County Galway. Killary Harbour is a splendid sheltered deep-water anchorage and was, at different times, a base for the British Fleet and a refuge for German U-boats.

The property has panoramic views over the Atlantic Ocean with Crump Island, Inishturk, Clare Island and Achill Island all visible. Just 4 miles away is Letterfrack, the home of the Connemara National Park and the furniture college, Conservation Letterfrack, with further pubs hotels and restaurants of repute.

The property is 40 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 2 hours from the property, while Knock Airport is about 1 hours.

THE HOUSE is approached by a stone track, crossing the stream which runs down through the property, leading to a parking area in front of the house.

The residence, which was built around 1993, is of concrete block constuction under a thatched roof. The house is only partially constructed but could easily be finished to the original specification. The walls and roof have been built, the roof partially thatched, but no other works finished. Most of the house is double height inside.

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

Entrance Hall: (N) 3.11m x 0.92m

Kitchen: (S) 2.53m x 2.98m.

Living Room: (N & S) 7.96m x 5.07m

Reception Rooms: (N) 4.43m x 3.63m and (S) 3.25m x 3.21m

Utility Room: 1.78m x 1.93m

Bedroom 1: (N & E) 3.97m x 3.00 m

Bathroom: (E) 1.77m x 1.77m

Bedroom 2: (S & E) 2.98m x 2.87m.

Stairs lead from the entrance hall to a first floor landing and into:

Large Loft Room: (W) 5.8m x 3.9m

OUTSIDE:The grounds have been left to nature and are overgrown. However, with the hillside location, the mountain stream running through the property and the superb sea and mountain views, attractive gardens could be created as evidenced by some of the adjoining properties.

SERVICES: Mains electricity and water available.

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Rear & Side Elevation
Rear Elevation
Reception Room
Chimney feature
in living room
Living Room
& rest of roof
First Floor Space

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