This is a charming property with great potential and a wealth of interesting possibilities. Take advantage of a superb opportunity to create a most impressive residence with river frontage, located in a highly sought after area by Cregmore Bridge, with easy access into Galway city. Live the serene country life, yet not too far from the city!
The entire property measures 1.445 hectares / 3.567 acres with over 200 metres frontage onto the Clare river, situated in a secluded location. It’s a very active fishing spot full of trout and salmon. The property comprises Palm Hill House (in ruins) and an array of historic farm buildings. An interesting historical fact is that the rounded roof sheets covering the long out building come from a war hangar in England. The sheets were numbered before being taken down and transported to Ireland for covering this building. One can still see the numbering on the sheets.
A well has been bored (there is a pump fitted) and a 50cm stone wall has been constructed all along the driveway leading in to the rear of the property with a fine display of mature trees. Stone has been gathered from around the site and laid out on a small area as a deck by the riverside. It’s backed by the bank and would be an ideal spot to create an outdoor fishing spot or alfresco dining area. The vendors have planted a large number of trees and shrubs around the property and salvaged the very overgrown orchard.
One can enjoy a wealth of local amenities such as Cregmore Golf Club, with close proximity to Lackagh and Claregalway for shopping and other essentials. There is also a good selection of primary and secondary schools within easy driving distance.
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