Two Beautiful sites being sold Subject to Planning Permission in the sylvan country setting of Belleville, Monivea just a few minutes off the Galway – Monivea road and just a few minutes’ drive to nearby Athenry and Monivea and 14 miles Galway city.
Sites being sold subject to Planning Permission to interested parties that can demonstrate satisfaction of local essential housing need criteria with Galway County Council planning Guidelines. The sites are identified on the map in this advert. Please note that consideration will be given to larger sites or additional land to the rear of the sites subject to market demand. Excellent opportunity to acquire a most attractive site in the peaceful country area of Belleville close to the picturesque village of Monivea and within 10 minutes of the medieval and heritage town of Athenry and with Galway city being within an easy commuting distance along the Galway / Monivea road. All residential amenities and facilities are available in the catchment area. The sites are contained in Folio GY117688F. COMMENT: Excellent selection of potential sites in beautiful picturesque country setting along a lovely country road in a sought after and attractive country location only 4 miles Athenry and 13 miles Galway City. Monivea village is only a short spin in the car with its beautiful new National School making these sites an excellent family location. ASKING PRICE: €50,000 per site circa 0.5 acre Subject to Planning Permission *Note: Please note it is a condition of sale that Planning Permission is applied for by the purchaser at their own expense irrespective of the Planning decision.
DIRECTIONS TO SITES: Coming from Galway, go through Cussaun Cross heading for Monivea on the Galway – Monivea road, continue, and take left hand turn immediately after the narrow railway bridge (Bellville Bridge) on the main road. Continue down this road about 0.25 miles and the land containing the sites will be on you left hand side starting at a right hand bend on the road and continuing along this road to another bend on the left where the road splits the holding and offering potential sites on the left and right of the road. See pictures on brochure and website