Egyptian-Irish businessman Nadim Sadek is selling Inish Turk Beg island for just £2.85 million
Surrounded by the extraordinary beauty of Clew Bay and by a wonderful variety of vistas, the tallest and largest private island in Clew Bay, off the West Coast of Ireland, the Inish Turk Beg soaks up the kinetic energy that flows to it from the skies and the seas all around. This ‘small island of the wild boar’ where natural dynamism combines with a spiritual metamorphosis, and which is home to a sumptuous multi-million dollar luxury property development, is now offered on sale after its affluent owner suffered some financial problems. Irish-Egyptian businessman Nadim Sadek, the Inish Turk Beg’s owner is selling it for just $4.64 million, a price considerably less than what he actually spent on this breathtaking 65-acre island to turn it into his very own personal haven, boasting ultra-luxurious homes, 4 other small properties, stables, and cutting-edge technology, and other notable amenities.
Off Ireland’s West Coast, this stunning 65-acre island sits off County Mayo alongside a total of 364 other islands in wonderful Clew Bay.
The retreat boasts an ultra-luxury residence, which also features an enclosed swimming pool and an Astroturf sports pitch. Notably, the house includes 7-bedrooms, along with other properties that can comfortably accommodate a total of 30 people.
Also, there are numerous buildings on the outside, along with well-maintained stables, a large-sized boat house, floating jetty, a large dance-hall, fully-equipped cinema, gymnasium with games room, and a helicopter pad.
Outside there’s also an artificial grass all-in-one tennis/basketball/football court, a state-of-the-art boat house, the whole of spectacular Clew Bay to amuse you with American barns.
Inish Turk Beg receives electricity and clean-drinking-water direct from the mainland, and even includes high-tech broadband internet facility. Certainly, it’s an extraordinary development for which no expense has been spared by Mr Sadek, who bought the island after selling his successful international market research business.
Voted as the best place to live in Ireland, the island is shielded from the worst of the westerly wind by other surrounding islands, and is located just a short boat trip away from Westport on the mainland.
However, we have earlier seen that Ireland’s most expensive house also faced a huge price cut of almost 75%, and got listed for $20.3 million, after it was sold for $78.5 million in 2005.
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