DescriptionLocated on the corner of Chapel Street and The Square in Louisburgh, this derelict property sits in an attractive spot and is within walking distance of all amenities such as Shops primary secondary schools, cafes etc. comprising a two storey property with street frontage, the property was used as a residential dwelling in the past, however it will require complete refurbishment, at present the property has been completely cleared and therefore there is no first floor in place, see attached photos.
The property is adjacent to the bus stop which provides daily access to Westport and beyond. In addition, the property is located in close proximity to many sandy beaches in the area. The property is sold as seen.
Located as it is on the Atlantic coast, Louisburgh is famous for its wide range of unspoilt beaches, famed for their clean bathing waters and untainted sandy coves. Beaches in the Louisburgh area include Carramore, Old Head and Bertra, while beaches in nearby Killadoon have been rated as the best in Europe, i.e. Tallabawn (Silver Strand) and Dooaghtry. Leenane is approx 25 miles to the south of Louisburgh. Nearby Roonagh Pier, approx. 6 km from the town, is the departure point for ferries to Clare Island and Inishturk. Other beautiful scenic drives include going south to Connemara via Doolough and Leenane, north to Achill via Westport and Newport, or to Ballycastle and the Ceide Fields via Castlebar and Pontoon, or east to Tourmakeady and Lough Nafooey via Westport/ Tourmakeady and Leenane. A short drive from Louisburgh is the famous Killary Fjord, a 9-mile-long inlet which boasts some of the finest scenery in the west of Ireland.
If your passion is walking, climbing or just generally 'rambling', then Louisburgh is the perfect destination for you! There are numerous very interesting walks to discover in and around Louisburgh, with magnificent scenery thrown in for good measure.
The town of Westport is approx. 21km from this property, Westport, designated one of Bord Failte's Heritage Towns, is situated in the shadow of Croagh Patrick, overlooking Clew Bay. One of the few planned towns in the Country, Westport was designed in the 18th Century by James Wyatt. It has become one of Ireland's established tourism centres, with many outstanding features, most notably the beautiful tree lined boulevard known as The Mall, running parallel to the Carrowbeg River.
Features Located in the heart of Louisburgh town
Within walking distance of shops, primary & secondary school and all day-to-day amenities Louisburgh has to offer
Ideal DIY project – property in need of complete refurbishment
Mains services including water & sewage
Low maintenance – no rear garden/yard area. Access available only from street