Representing a little piece of history in Kinvara, the Tower at Bridge Lough is the remains of Tawnagh Tidal Mill, which was built circa 1800. During high tide the water would enter the mill to drive the wheels, a unique mechanism that was used for numerous mills in the area. The mill itself is a free-standing circular plan split level with limestone walls with squared limestone capping. Although now roofless and derelict, this former tidal mill is an important part of the industrial heritage of the area but also an impressive landmark in a beautiful landscape.
The property is set on approximately 1.06 acres and offers huge potential to the entrepreneurial client as it would make an ideal location for a coffee dock, being just a stones throw from Traught Beach.