Savills | The Derrypark & Glenbeg Portfolio, Tourmakeady, Co Mayo, F12 VR83 | Properties for sale
517 Ac(209.22 Ha)
Guide price €1,600,000

The Derrypark & Glenbeg Portfolio, TourmakeadyCo Mayo, F12 VR83

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Key features

  • Wonderful residential, agricultural & sporting portfolio
  • Extending to about 517 acres / 209 hectares
  • 6 residential properties all with water frontage
  • For sale in 6 lots or as a whole
  • Total water frontage extending to about 2,780 metres.

Residential, agricultural and sporting portfolio with exceptional scenery and lough frontage extending to about 517 acres

About this property

  • The Derrypark and Glenbeg Portfolio is offered for sale as a whole or in six lots.

    The Derrypark & Glenbeg Portfolio is a wonderful residential, agricultural and sporting holding set in the scenic heartland of County Mayo. The Portfolio extends to about 517 acres in total and offers a variety of opportunities. It includes six residential properties which are all beautifully positioned around the shore of an inlet of Lough Mask, each with a magnificent outlook across the water and onto the dramatic mountain ranges. While Derrypark Lodge is presently occupied by the owners, a successful holiday letting business is run from the remaining residential properties.

    The Portfolio is in two principal blocks; Derrypark, situated to the north of the lough's inlet and Glenbeg, situated to the south. A 17-acre block of farmland lies a short distance to the east of the principal landholding at Glenbeg. A notable attraction is that the properties situated at Glenbeg are all accessed off a minor road which terminates midway along the peninsula, resulting in a limited volume of passing traffic.

    The surrounding area offers spectacular views and is renowned for its unspoilt, natural beauty which is a haven for wildlife. There are terrific sporting opportunities on the estate and in the surrounding area, with premier-quality fishing and boating on Lough Mask and shooting and stalking available locally. The present owners run a commercial fishing enterprise, with six boats available, as well as a ghillie service.

    Further income is generated through an in-hand farming business. The farm carries a breeding flock of about 500 hill ewes which are lambed outdoors. General farm work is contracted in. There is a small range of farm buildings and livestock handling facilities situated next to Martin Tom's Cottage, while further outbuildings lie next to Derrypark Cottages and Glenbeg Cottage.

    A key feature of the Portfolio is that each Lot has direct access to the lough, with the total frontage onto the lough extending to about 2,780 metres.

    LOT 1a Derrypark Lodge & Cottages (About 19.3 acres / 7.8 hectares, 429m lough frontage)

    LOT 1b Derrypark Farmland (About 18.2 acres / 7.3 hectares, 338 metres lough frontage)

    LOT 2 Glenbeg Cottage (About 14.5 acres / 5.8 hectares, 493m lough frontage)

    LOT 3 Red Island House (About 5.7 acres / 2.3 hectares, 191m lough frontage)

    LOT 4 Martin Tom's Cottage (About 16.6 acres / 6.7 hectares, 384m lough frontage)

    LOT 5 Glenbeg Farmland (About 17.3 acres / 7.0 hectares, 532m lough frontage)

    LOT 6 Glenbeg Hill (About 425.2 acres / 171.8 hectares, 413m lough frontage)

    BER Details - BER D1 - BER No.108834425

Local information

  • The Derrypark & Glenbeg Portfolio is located on the banks of Lough Mask on the fringe of the Mayo/Galway county boundary. The portfolio of properties is set amongst unspoilt rural countryside, commanding magnificent views over Lough Mask and onto the Partry Mountains. County Mayo is located on Ireland's west coast and is often described as one of the country's hidden treasures.
  • A key feature of the portfolio is that each residential property includes waterfrontage and direct access to Lough Mask. Lough Mask is a large limestone lough of more than 20,000 acres in area, the sixth largest on the island of Ireland and the second largest, in terms of volume of water. It lies within the counties of Mayo and Galway. Along with Lough Corrib, it is one of the best-known brown trout fishing loughs in Ireland. The lough is also famous for its large ferox trout. It has played host to the World Cup Trout Fly Fishing Competition since 1953.
  • In addition to fishing on Loughs Mask, Carra and Corrib, salmon fishing is available on the world-famous River Moy, Delphi Fishery and the River Errif. The rugged landscape, topography and loughs combine to make the local area renowned for its game shooting and wildfowling. The Partry Mountains are home to a population of deer.
  • Keen golfers are well catered for with championship courses at Ballinrobe (34 km) and Westport (36 km).
  • Tourmakeady (10 km) has a pub and shop, plus an Irish-speaking secondary school. The famous picturesque village of Cong is 22 kilometres distant and is home to the award-winning, 5-star, Ashford Castle Hotel.
  • The town of Westport is just 36 kilometres from the property and offers a host of marine activities, including very active sailing and sea angling clubs, together with a host of Blue flag beaches in close proximity. A past winner of The Best Place to Live in Ireland award, it is a popular destination for tourists and is renowned for the quality of life that the area offers.
  • Nearby Ballinrobe (29km) is a local market town, located in the heart of the Lake District of South Mayo and on the banks of the River Robe. Ballinrobe offers a variety of great restaurants, pubs shops and supermarkets. It also has a race course which holds both flat and national hunt race meets throughout the year. The town of Castlebar (36 km) is the county town of Mayo and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities and services.
  • There is a train station in Castlebar with a daily service to Dublin. Ireland West (Knock) Airport is 73 km and offers flights to a range of European destinations, while Shannon International Airport is 149 km and offers a variety of European and transatlantic flights.

Additional information