Updated on June 18, 2018 at 3:31 pm
A traditional three bedroom cottage located in on the edge of Tullycross village, with great potential for development. Situated on a circa ¾ acre site which incorporates a mature and flowering split-level garden, has development potential subject to the necessary planning permits with access to the Currrywongan road. The garden has mature trees, and features original stone cottage (now a ruin) and a stone built garden shed. There is space for parking at both ends of the house. An opportunity not to be missed!
Entrance Hall Kitchen/diningroom – Spacious room with tiled floor and large woodburning stove.
Newly fitted boiler supplying radiators and hot water. Gas hob. Living room – large, airy, open-plan room with wooden floor, open fire, Jotul woodburner. Rear door to greenhouse/conservatory.
The entrance hall gives access to large lean-to under modern corrugated roof, currently fitted as a commercial kitchen, including sinks, cookers and stainless steel work surfaces. There is also a tiled shower room with handbasin and w.c, a further two storerooms, and door to rear of house.
1st floor 3 Bedrooms, one with boxroom off, (potential ensuite). Bathroom comprising w.c. handbasin, shower and airing cupboard
Calorgas Central Heating (New Heating System)
Septic Tank Mains
Tullycross boasts a grocery store, pub and the Maol rae hotel which serves lunches and dinners. Community centre and has a active local community. Letterfrack at three miles, is a 5 minute drive, and a very busy little village with three pubs, a lovely restaurant, and a very well stocked supermarket. Thanks to the local headmaster Letterfrack hosts a number of small festivals during the year – the most notable being sea week in Oct which is a celebration of all things maritime and includes walks, talks, exhibitions, and some very fine traditional music, and bog week in May which celebrates the local flora and fauna and again attracts many fine musicians, lecturers and poets. The furniture college in Letterfrack turns out some fine students. woodworkers and every year puts on an exhibition of the best work of the graduating class. The National park is just across the road from Letterfrack and provides a selection of lovely walks from wooded to mountainside, including one to the top of Diamond Hill. Staff at the park run activities for children during the summer months and the information centre gives a good history of the area. Kylemore Abbey and gardens is also 3 miles from the house. The Abbey is currently run as a private school for girls by the Benedictine nuns, but the spectacular and historic building on the edge of kylemore lake is open to the public during the summer months, and the grounds provide lovely lakeside walks. There is an extensive shop and coffee shop catering to tourists. The old walled Victorian gardens, which have been restored and refurbished in the last few years, display a great variety of plants and trees and bring one back to another era. Other things to do and see in the area: – Renvye hotel for fine food and an 18 hole golf course on the renvyle peninsula (10 minutes drive) – Rosleague hotel for superb food in Moyard. – Many lovely beaches within a 5 to 15 minute drive – The White Strand, Letergesh, Glassilaun – Little killary adventure centre – (20 minutes drive) – providing a huge range of outdoor activities for children and adults. – Scuba dive west – (15 minutes drive) – for experienced divers or beginners they provide courses and trips for every level. – Hill walking in the 12 Bens – Inagh lodge in the beautiful Inagh valley – providing lovely food in a beautiful – setting, also Lake fishing for the enthusiast. – Salmon and trout fishing at various locations with local guides – Horse riding in Tully village – Boat trips to the Inishbofin, and other local islands run from the pier in Barnaderg bay, just outside Letterfrack. Across from The Avoca Handweavers shop.
Tullycross Village, Renvyle, Co. Galway
Tullycross Village, Renvyle, Co. Galway