Glenside, Glenbrickeen, Westport Road, Clifden

” Glenside”, Glenbrickeen, Clifden, Connemara.

Price on Application

Charming Country property situate on an elevated site, located in an area of outstanding scenic beauty close to the shores of the Atlantic Sea near Streamstown Bay, a few miles from Clifden, the renowned Capital of Connemara in County Galway.

The property comes with approx. 7 acres of land, fenced, and with tarmacadam driveway, gated entrance, workshop and fuel sheds, plus a share in commonage and turf cutting rights.

The property is situated three miles out of Clifden, close the famous Wild Atlantic Way, the Sky Road, and Streamstown Bay, offering the the property owner the enjoyment of immediate access to the delights of Connemara with it’s glorious landscapes of wild beauty, access to a multitude of beaches and mountain walks, and without question one of the most spectacular sceneries in all of Europe.

Connemara is surrounded on three sides by the Atlantic Ocean. Its shoreline of more than 300 miles along from the southern boundary of Galway Bay to the Killary Fjord at its northernmost point, embracing some of the most beautiful clean beaches, both sand and coral, hidden coves, quiet undiscovered walkways, craggy rocks, challenging cliffs and the alpine scenery of the famous Twelve Bens for the outdoor enthusiast.

Streamstown Bay on the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way is about 3 miles outside of the charming and sophisticated town of Clifden, justly famous for fine dining, shopping, entertainment and a friendly welcome.

It is famous all over Ireland for the Clifden Arts Festival and traditional Irish music events.

The village of Cleggan is not far, with pubs, horseback riding and boat trips to the beautiful island of Inishbofin.

Nearby Activities:
Hiking:
Stunning walks with spectacular views on the famous Sky Road
Hillwalking on the Twelve Bens, the  “Roof of Connemara”
Endless sandy beaches nearby at Kingstown, Omey Island, Mannin Bay, Ballyconeely
Riverside walks within the magic scenery of Ballynahinch Castle Hotel

Fishing:
salmon and sea trout fishing in the wild rivers of the famous Ballynahinch Castle Hotel, a celebrated fishery for its colossal catches of sea trout and a place that offers some of the best fly fishing in Ireland: salmon and brown trout fishing, deep sea fishing and sea shore fishing everywhere around Clifden.

Shopping:
Within the town of Clifden you can find a complete range of shops leading from sporting goods and outdoors, a stunning selection of books and numerous shops with special emphasis on traditional pottery, jewellery, art and crafts, and knitwear.

There is also a good selection of petrol stations, garages, pharmacies and local business to provide any convenience for necessities of every day life.  One also finds excellent supermarkets offering a large selection of fresh and distinguished goods.

Dining:
In the town of Clifden you can find gourmet delights in our famous restaurants, wine bars and excellent hotel restaurants serving a wide range of fare including fresh seafood, vegetarian dishes and traditional Irish food and of course the pubs sell bar food all day.

Distances:
Clifden:5 km (ca. 3 miles, 6 minutes)
Cleggan: 7.8 km (ca. 5 miles, 10 minutes)
Galway: 82 km (ca. 50 miles, about an hour, a breathtaking scenic drive)
Shannon Airport: 170 km (ca. 106 miles, approximately 2.5 hours)
Westport: 65 km (ca. 40 miles, 45 – 50 minutes of stunning beautiful scenery)
Dublin; 290 km (ca. 180 miles, just about 3.5 hours)

The Residence presents as follows the accommodation:

Hallway leading into Open plan fully fitted Kitchen and Dining room, recently modernised and presenting in excellent decorative order, this is fully fitted with a wealth of individual features and many modern conveniences. Under stairs storage.

Large Sitting Room with cosy fireplace. Lovely mountain and sea views.

Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower room, Lovely Mountain and Sea views.

Children’s Bedroom with Shower room beside, storage area and rear hall, rear exit.

Upstairs, Three Bedrooms as follows;Two Double Bedrooms, Twin Bedroom. Shower room.

These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property only and are in no way
guaranteed, nor do they form part of any contract. They are issued on the express condition that
all negotiations are conducted through Helen Cassidy. All properties are offered subject to
contract and to being unsold.

For Viewings and Brochures: Please contact sole agent:
Helen Cassidy, MRICS B.A.(Mod)MSCSI, Auctioneer and Valuer,
Clonbur House, Clonbur, County Galway, Ireland.

00 353 949546868
0035387 2463748

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