This picturesque cottage is located in Derrymore, near the village of Drummin, a picturesque village, is located approximately 14 kilometers South from Westport town (c.17km from Louisburgh), sited on the North side of the Sheffrey mountains, in a commanding panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
The cottage itself is built of solid stone masonry construction and dates back to the 1800’s. Some improvement works have been undertaken by the current owners, which include the instalment of a stove in the kitchen/dining area, upgrading of some windows to uPVC, stripping of various walls to reveal stone and tiled and wooden floors. The living space has a large solid fuel, open fire place with a door leading out to the garden. While the property is compact, the site offers the potential to extend should a proposed purchaser wish to do so.
In addition to the main dwelling there are three stone outbuildings, which would need some work and the roof’s replaced.
The property is accessed off the main Derrymore road, off a laneway. The site is private and elevated overlooking the Sheeffry Hills and surrounding countryside, which allows for a peaceful, scenic setting. The property would make an ideal holiday home or artist/writer retreat.
Water: Local group water scheme
Sewage: Septic Tank
Heating: Electric Heating & Solid Fuel Stove
A two-bedroom cottage style property, located in the scenic Derrymore area of Drummin. Situated close to Croagh Patrick, Drummin is known for its scenery and the constant rumour of gold. The property has had some works done over the past years and commands fantastic views over the Sheeffry Hills and surrounding countryside, f ...