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Located on the Wild Atlantic Way and less than 1 km from Maghery beach and village, the property comprises a large agricultural holding extending to 40 Ha. (100 acres approximately), 19.42 Ha. (48 acres) of hill land and 20.84 Ha (52 acres) held in commonage with a 1/11th share. These plots are identifiable on the map on the last page of the brochure.
There is a derelict stone cottage on the lands which, subject to planning permission, could be renovated and refurbished. The cottage has breath-taking views overlooking The Atlantic Ocean. We would recommend contacting Donegal County Council or a local architect to discuss your planning requirements.
Special Features & Services
• Rural location.
• Fabulous Atlantic Ocean views.
• Derelict cottage on site – refurbishment opportunity.
• 19.42 Ha. (48 acres) of hill land.
• 20.84 Ha. (52 acres) of commonage.
BER BER exempt.
From Maghery Village pass the “Strand View Bar” on your left keeping the coast on your right. Continue on the coast road for approximately 3km, passing two beaches on the right. Pass the two storey farmhouse and garage on the right and the old building on the headland. Continue straight passing farm sheds on the right. You will now come into a populated area, stay on coast road. The land is on the right and left after the populated area directly in front of the newly constructed stone house and the site and derelict cottage are below the coast road. Take the next road to the right along the side of “T” shaped bungalow.
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