Cregg, Letterfrack, Galway Sale Agreed

Farm 120.16 Acres Sale Agreed EXEMPT

Description

DNG Martin O'Connor Land Sales are delighted to present to the market this fine hillside holding of land extending to c. 48.63 Ha (120.16 acres) at Cregg, Letterfrack in Connemara, which also includes a section of Lough Nahillion (Loch na hUilleann).

The property located along the road side which leads to the RTE mast provides an excellent opportunity to acquire a large hillside holding of good hill grazing in Connemara. The land enclosed by wire fencing lends itself as an perfect opportunity to those wishing to expand existing holdings in the area and to new entrants into farming looking for a sizeable holding on which to start out.

The property is conveniently located between Clifden and Letterfrack and is within one hours drive of Westport , Ballinrobe and the greater Connemara, South Mayo farming regions.

For further details and maps please contact the sole selling agents DNG Martin O'Connor Land Sales on 091 866708.

Features

Hillside holding of land of c. 48.63 Ha (120.16 acres) (Folio GY64428F)
Includes section of Lough Nahillion (Loch na hUilleann)
In one block
Within an hours of Westport & Ballinrobe
10 minutes drive to Letterfrack village
Please note there is a right of way along the western boundary around the forest edge to gain access to other lands for neighbouring land owners

BER Details

BER: Exempt

Directions

Taking the N59 Galway - Clifden road, continue to Moycullen, Oughterard, Maam Cross, & Recess. At the old Recess Train Station, take the right onto the R344 and continue along this road for 15 minutes (14.7 km). At the junction, take a left back onto the N59, and continue through Letterfrack village towards Moyard. After passing the Ross League Manor Hotel on your right, take the next left turn signposted for Baunoge & Attirowertry, and continue along towards the end of this road, towards the hills. Towards the end of the road, you will pass a green sheds on your right, and the land is located on the left and up the hill after these sheds identified by a DNG Martin O'Connor For Sale sign.