Bruckless Real Estate Listings:

Property Description:We are delighted to offer for sale, this conveniently located building site with the benefit of the sub-floor, drainage and treatment plant being installed measuring circa 0.24 ha / 0.6 acres in area. The subject site is situated at Ballyloughan Glebe, this is a sought...

For sale | 0.6 Ac
October 28, 2017
IE, Bruckless (Donegal)

Property description:dng dorrian are proud to present to the open market, this tastefully presented architecturally designed cottage style farmhouse which has been deliberately designed to create the impression that it is older than it appears. constructed in 2006 the property provides the...

For sale | 4 beds | 2 baths
September 22, 2017
IE, Bruckless (Donegal)

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Bruckless (Irish: an Bhroclais, meaning "badger's den") is a tiny village in southwest Donegal, Ireland, with a population of around 69. It lies on the N56 national secondary road which links it to Donegal Town 20 km east and to Killybegs 7 km west. The village overlooks McSwyne's Bay, an inlet in Donegal Bay. Bruckless is part of the Roman Catholic parish of Killaghtee and the diocese of Raphoe. In the Church of Ireland, it is covered by the parish of Inver and the diocese of Derry & Raphoe.
The parish church, the Church of Saints Joseph and Conal, is noted for its round tower and there are numerous archaeological artifacts in the area, including early Christian cross slabs. The village pub is called Mary Murrins, and the village also has a small shop. The village is in close ties with neighbouring town Dunkineely due to the amount of Roman Catholics in the general population.		


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