No. 4 Michael Killeen Park is a 3 bedroom semi detached house in need of some renovations, which is part of a group of architecturally designed properties constructed in the late 1970's and just a 5 min walk from the centre of Roundstone on the road to Ballyconneely.
The property enjoys easy access to the bay which in turn has stunning views across to Inisnee and the Connemara mountains. Situated in a terrific scenic area this property is only a stroll from the village centre and all the amenities for which the area is internationally famed for.
The accommodations consist of an entrance hallway with tiled flooring, kitchen, living/dining room located to the rear with open fireplace and sea views, 3 bedrooms and family bathroom.
There is a small garden area with the property.
Michael Killeen Park, or The I.D.A Park, as it is known locally, is a small craft centre with various factory shops. The park was built on the grounds of an old Franciscan monastery that was first established in 1835. The Franciscan monks left the monastery in the mid 1970s.
The monastery was bought by the Irish Development Authority (I.D.A) and it was then demolished in 1980 to make way for a small housing development and craft centre.
Today three of the four workshops are now occupied; Roundstone Musical Instruments manufacture a range of musical instruments and souvenir shop, Roundstone Ceramics make hand made Pottery and The House of Magoide sell jewellery and gifts.
The bell tower in the centre of the park and the old monastery walls surrounding it are the last remaining features of the old monastery
Entrance Hallway 4.09 x 2.44
(13` 5`` x 8` 0``) The floor is tiled, There is plenty of under stairs storage. Phone point.
Living/Dinning room 6.10 x 3.35
(20` 0`` x 11` 0``) Carpeted throughout with curtains, with shelving either side of the open fireplace. The sliding doors lead to the patio and rear garden. TV point.
Kitchen 3.53 x 2.34
(11` 7`` x 7` 8``)
Landing F ...