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Looking for a change of pace?

20 acres of farmland
Ballinruan, Co. Clare

HOUSE hunters looking for a change of pace and the experience of country life on Ireland’s rugged west coast should take a look at Ballinruan, Co. Clare. Located less than a half hour drive to the main towns of Tulla, Ennis and Gort, Ballinruan is 20 acres of farmland up for sale.


Included in the purchase is the ruin of an old dwelling house, which also has a running spring well. This site has great potential having already been granted outline planning permission. And for anyone who does set up home here, they can be guaranteed all the peace and beauty of Ireland at its best.

Ballinruan is the picture of tranquillity and boasts panoramic and unobstructed views of Co. Clare, including the Burren. The land is being sold as the current owners are retiring from farming.

Seller Valerie Mahon described how it would be suited to either farming or as a holiday home. “This would make an ideal purchase for a person living abroad who wanted to make the move to Ireland and build a house in the tranquil Irish countryside. It could be used as a holiday home or purchased for farming. In the past cattle have grazed contentedly on this farmland, with plenty of grass, water and shelter available. Winter feeding was also saved as hay was cut here too.”

For more details about Ballinruan contact 00 353 86 3044865. Price on application.


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