Superb Land Plot For Sale in West Cork

  • €95,000


Property ID: HomeIEESUMCB-T2093
  • Land
  • Property Type
  • 0
  • Bedroom


Superb Land Plot For Sale in West Cork ireland

Here we present a plot of land in a fantastic location in West cork perfect for development and access to the main road.

The land is bounded by earth banks on three sides with road frontage.

There is a ruined 2 bedroom cottage at the roadside-(can be seen if the folio number is researched), with septic tank.

Land information:

Location: Murreagh Durras, Bantry, Co.Cork, P75 YE62

Folio Number: CK38287

Land Area: 0.37 Hectares

Development and Agricultural Potential

About the Area:

Durrus is a village located in West Cork, six miles (9.7 km) from Bantry, County Cork, ireland. it is situated at the head of the Sheep’s Head peninsula – a European Destination of Excellence – and the Mizen Head peninsula. A number of public gardens have been established in the area, including ‘Kilvarock’ and ‘Cois Abhann’.

Durrus is on the Wild Atlantic Way driving route which spans the irish coastline from the inishowen peninsula in Donegal to Kinsale in County Cork.

Durrus was formerly known as both Four Mile Water (mid-19th century, after the nearby river) and Carrigboi (from Carraig Bhui, the irish for Yellow Rock). Today there is some dispute about proper form of the village’s name in the irish language – with both Dubh Ros (meaning black or dark headland) and Durras (which is in use on local road signs)

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  • Address Bantry,,,Ireland
  • City Durrus
  • State/county County Cork
  • Area County Cork
  • Country Ireland


Updated on June 20, 2023 at 8:28 pm
  • Property ID: HomeIEESUMCB-T2093
  • Price: €95,000
  • Bedroom: 0
  • Property Type: Land
  • Property Status: Residential For Sale, Sold

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