If you fancy owning your own island on Lough Ree, then you’ll be interested in a fantastic parcel of land in Ballyleague which has recently come on the market with Sherry FitzGerald P. Burke in Roscommon. The parcel of land is comprised of 115 acres of prime land adjacent to Lough Ree and incorporates two islands, Ballyclare Island and Ballyclare Island north. Ballyleague and the Shannon area is a highly-sought after area and this parcel of land, which is accessed by an avenue adjacent to the church in Ballyleague, will no doubt attract much interest. It’s a prime area for angling and all water sports and this property boasts huge water frontage, while retaining access to the nearby towns of Ballyleague and Lanesboro Ballyleague is located at the most northern point of Lough Ree, where the River Shannon enters the lake. The N63 road runs through the area and the lands in question are approximately 13 km north east of Roscommon town. A local marina has boat mooring facilities provided by Waterways Ireland. Lough Ree is the second largest lake on the River Shannon system, with Lough Derg being the largest. Lough Ree stretches for 16 miles from Lanesboro in the north to Athlone in the south. The lake is seven miles long and approximately four miles wide in its southern half. A renowned coarse fishery, the lake has excellent stocks of several species of coarse fish. For further information on this prime property, call P. Burke Sherry FitzGerald on (090) 66 27200.