Maureen O’Hara’s Cork hideaway on market for €3.8m

On retirement, the Hollywood legend chose to live in her beloved country home, which sits on a wooded estate where 32 acres of ancient oak and birch forest meet Glengarriff Bay

21st November, 2021
Maureen O’Hara spent a large proportion of her retirement at Lugdine Park in Glengarriff, Co Cork

“A magical piece of heaven” is how the late Hollywood actress Maureen O’Hara described Glengarriff, the small and picturesque seaside town on the Ring of Beara and the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way.

High rugged mountains, pockmarked by local peat farmers, surround the town and the nearby 300-hectare Glengarriff Forest nature reserve wields the glen that gave Glengarriff its name and which contains some of the oldest and most extensive...

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