Positioned circa 1.3km from the Pier at Clare Island, the largest island in Clew Bay, this detached dormer style property sits on an elevated site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The residence, which was built in 2001 has an open plan interior with a kitchen/living/dining area running the length of the property with a tiled floor and underfloor heating offering a large cosy space to entertain. There are two bedrooms off with a family bathroom and hotpress.
First floor is accessed via a staircase from the living space, which leads up to another open plan space, which could be easily partitioned to accommodation two/three further bedrooms, if so required. The property is fitted with PVC double glazing throughout, warm-board insulation has been placed on the inner walls and oil fired central heating.
Externally, the property is accessed via a gravel driveway off the main road. There is a detached garage to the side of the property.
It would make a wonderful holiday home.
Clare Island is located 3.5 miles off the west coast of County Mayo, Ireland. The ferry crossing from Roonagh Pier takes 25 minutes. Clare Island is the largest (5 miles long and 3 miles wide) of the 365 islands in Clew Bay. Famous as the ancestral home of the legendary Pirate Queen Grace Oâ€™Malley (Granuaile), has a population of about 160 people; economic activities include farming, fishing and tourism with numerous other small businesses also supporting a vibrant community.
Once on Clare Island, there is so much to see and do â€“ the islandâ€™s rich history, geological and biological landscape (studied in depth in the Clare Island survey) can be explored on foot, bike or by mini bus. Be sure to take time out to view the Blue Flag Beach, Granuaileâ€™s Castle, the 12th century Cistercian Abbey, the Lighthouse, the Napoleonic Tower and the various Bronze-Age sites. Why not call in and see the Heritage Centre or Ballytoughey Loom? There are also plenty of activities to suit everyone including hiking, cycling, fishing, swimming, boat trips, yoga retreats, weaving courses and a ...