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Tully Village, Renvyle, Co. Galway.
Ref: S0132


Located on the outskirts of this popular town this east facing site which equates to just over 0.5 acre with approx 30 metres of road frontage. The site itself is gently sloping away from the road and would provide scope to create a lovely split level residence benefiting from the fabulous views this site offers. Currently there is a concrete building situated at the front of the site with access to the main road beside it.

The site is located on one of the loveliest and most favoured coastlines in the West of Ireland and in a village which is at the heart of the Renvyle peninsula. Rich in prehistoric remains, the peninsula, which forms the northern shore of Ballynakill Bay, is renowned for its beaches, its game fishing off the coast or fly fishing for trout or salmon in the lakes, walking the beaches or hills and the fabulous summer sunsets.

Tully Village derives its name from An Tulach, the hill to the south of Tully Lough, and has a full range of services, filling station, shops and pubs. Just 3 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.

Clifden, some 12 miles distant, is regarded as the Capital of Connemara, with banks and a large selection of shops, pubs, and other leisure facilities. The town is noted for its many fine seafood restaurants, the famous Connemara Pony Show which takes place there each August, and the Clifden Arts Festival in September, all of which attract many Irish and foreign visitors.

The site is 33 miles from Westport, the thriving county town of Mayo, with its rail link to Dublin and extensive shopping and tourism facilities. Galway Airport and Shannon Airport are 11/2 hours and 21/2 hours drive respectively from the property.

SERVICES: Mains electricity and mains council water are available on site. There is no provision for mains drainage as yet (see below) but adequate space on site would be available for the installation of a private septic system.

Galway County Council, in the course of their proposals for a sewerage treatment system for the village, have identified and started to acquire by CPO a site for the treatment plant but have not yet sought Planning Permission for the treatment system. The sewerage system will extend along the road frontage of this land to the Old Coastguard Station Holiday Apartments to the north of this site.

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Views from
site over bay

Views up
to the road

Road Frontage