The Derries, Derry Quay, Cross, County Mayo.
Fine Four Bedroom Residence on approx nine acres with Gardens and large garage located in a charming country area close to Lough Corrib at Derry Quay, Cross, Cong, Co. Mayo.
This property is accessed via a tree lined avenue with electronially controlled gated entrance, lawns and external double height garage.
The accommodation comprises: Open plan Kitchen with Sun Room, Utility, Hallway, Four Bedrooms, Three Bathrooms, Sitting room, Dining room.
The property is located near the village of Cong in Co.Mayo, the gateway to Connemara, the ideal base for trout salmon and pike fishing on Lough Corrib which is just five minutes from the house.
You are just a short drive from Ashford Castle and its beautiful grounds. Here you can play golf enjoy the beautiful gardens or just relax at the waters edge or if you are feeling more energetic you can take the ferry to the island in the middle of Lough Corrib Inchagoill and visit the old monastery where the nephew of St Patrick is buried.
You are also just a 40 min drive from Galway city and an hour drive from the town of Westport. and I hour from Clifden in Connemara.
Places to see around Cross/Cong; -Ashford Castle -Inchagoill Island, Lough Corrib-Ballymagibbon Cairn-The Pyramid, The Neale-The Pigeon Hole Cave, Cong-Kellys Cave, Cong-Monks Fishing Hole, Ashford, Cong-Cong Abbey, Cong, Co.Mayo-Cross of CongMuseumThings to do around Woodhill HouseLough Corrib Cruise-Corrib Cruise from Lisloughrey Pier Cong Sports and Activities Angling-Derry Quay Lodge, Derry Quay, Cross Falconery-Ashford Castle,CongGolf -Ashford Castle Golf Club, Cong -Ballinrobe Golf Club, Claremorris Road, Ballinrobe -Crazy Golf, LisloughreyHorse Riding-Ashford Equestrian Center Historical Cong. Cong, nestling on the shores of Lough Corrib offers a wealth of history and unspoilt natural beauty that once seen is never forgotten.
Spectacularly situated on the shores of Lough Corrib, Cong is one of the most beautiful and historic villages in Ireland. It owes its special character to its location on an island in the middle of the River Cong. It owes its name to the isthmus or ‘narrows’ from the Irish word cunga, which separates Lough Mask and Lough Corrib, two of the finest wild trout fisheries in Europe.The rising of waters at Cong and the myriad of underground streams and Caverns beneath the area has captivated people for millennia. Cong’s strategic location has drawn hunter-gatherers, farmers, soldiers, kings, monks and adventurers for almost 7000 years.
For further details, maps, plans, and brochure please contact; Helen Cassidy, MRICS B.A.(Mod)MSCSI, Auctioneer and Valuer, Clonbur House, Clonbur, County Galway, Ireland. www.premierpropertiesireland.com www.daft.ie/HelenCassidyAuctioneers www.premierpropertiesireland.com 00 353 949546868/ 00353 87 2463748 0035387 2463748
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