SITUATIONS & AMENITIES: The site is situated on one of the most dramatic and spectacular locations in the West of Ireland and close to some of the most romantic and naturally beautiful beaches in Ireland including Tra, Bharnagweea (also called Tramore). At the north end of Tramore is a pair of islands, accessible at low tide called Mweelmore and Mweelbeg. Other beaches in the local vicinity are Glassilaun, Renvyle White Strand, Gurteen and Lettergesh. With Tully and Letterfrack being only 10 to 15 minutes' drive there are a range of shops, churches and amenities close by. Letterfrack village is a lively, vibrant village that is the centre of Connemara National Park with a range of pubs, restaurants, supermarket and retail outlets, various community projects and G.M.I.T campus. The area is well known for hosting a number of small festivals annually, from Bog Week (celebrating local flora & fauna) in May, the Connemara mussel festival also in the first week in May and the Sea Week in October – a celebration of all things maritime with walks, talks, exhibitions and some very fine traditional music.
THE SITE: The site extends to 0.65 Hectares (1.6 acres) of current grazing land, being gently sloping away the road and with good road frontage. The boundaries are clearly defined and there is a gated entrance.
The proposed house would have t views over the local coastline and surrounding countryside.
There is mains electricity on the road so a connection would be easy.