A very imposing and spacious home located in an outer suburb of Crossmolina, a small County Mayo town within easy commuting range of Castlebar and Ballina. Occupying a large site this an interesting and original design of three traditional stone houses merged into a single residence. The main house provides a spectacular kitchen with exposed trusses, a very large living room, three double bedrooms, ensuite bathroom, family bathroom and guest W.C. Across a gravelled courtyard are a double garage, laundry/gym, two large storage sheds and a one-bedroom guest apartment. Front and rear access are provided by metal gates in a wooden picket fence.
A perfect family residence in a quiet rural location within walking distance of Crossmolina centre.
RECEPTION HALL: 5.75m x 1.79m
From the outside, the entrance is through a stone-faced porch that, from the inside, is open plan with the reception hall. The door is traditional style with full- width hinges on an extra-wide timber structure. It opens to large welcoming reception area with polished quarry tiles on the floor, two side windows and white textured plaster walls. Doors lead to the ground floor bedroom, living room and guest W.C. with a carpeted
pine staircase leading to the first floor. Halogen overhead lights and covered radiator.
LIVING ROOM: 6.63m x 5.13m
A very large primary living area arranged around a rustic pine fireplace with overmantle, cast-iron surround and granite base. All the walls are finished in traditional rough plaster. A total of four windows, all with internal wooden shutters and overhead halogen lighting provides a bright open plan environment that could easily be divided in ...