Radharc Na Mbeanna, Tully Cross, Renvyle, Galway
Situated on the road between the villages of Letterfrack and Renvyle, Tully Cross (Tulach na Croise – Cross on the Hill) is a particularly beautiful little village nestling in the heart of the wild and wonderful Connemara countryside. With the Twelve Bens serving as one of the most stunning backdrops you are likely to encounter. Tullycross is well served by two local shops, garage, taxi service, hotel and two traditional pubs where you will be able to find refreshment, food, music and craic. The traditional thatched cottages add to the beauty and tranquillity of this little village. The local Church (R.C.) with its stained glass windows by renowned artist Harry Clarke overlooks the square. A notable feature of this village is the Ogham Stone, the ancient script spells out the name of the townland, Gurteenachough, meaning little garden of stones. By day there are plenty of activities with hill walking and hiking along the Connemara loop, fishing, horse riding, visits to the National park, Kylemore Abbey and archaeological sites and not forgetting the beautiful beaches, sea trips, water sports and the Killary adventure centre.
THE PROPERTY: This beautifully situated 210 sq. m. property is being sold as externally completed including a natural slate roof and hollow core flooring to the first floor giving excellent sound proof and fire protection, leaving the interior for the potential buyer free to put their own internal finishes. The house is connected to a mains sewerage treatment plant, electric, mains water and phone. There is ample off road parking to the front and the development will have all roads outside tarmacked.
BER B1 on completion (with solar panels and insulation as per plans installed)
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Building Energy Rating
EPI: 87.5 kWh/m2/yr