A fantastic coastal residence, located along the Wild Atlantic Way route (The World’s longest defined coastal route), c.8km from Louisburgh town and c. 14km from the tourist town of Westport, in a most idyllic location. Situate at the foot of Croagh Patrick and offering spectacular panoramic views over Clew Bay, this property has it all.
The property, which was architecturally deigned, was constructed c.1998 to a high standard with c.10,000 sq.ft of additional insulation over and above the Irish regulations at the time of building, which is evident from its BER Rating, namely B3. The property is accessed off the main Louisburgh – Westport road, on a cul-de-sac, which is just 200 metres from the beach and within walking distance of Lecanvey village.
Internally, the property offers spacious, bright living accommodation with a large living room running from front to back. The property is laid out over three floors with the main living accommodation at ground floor to include the kitchen/dining, living room, one large ensuite bedroom. There are an additional three bedrooms and a bathroom at first floor, while the basement has a further 2 bedrooms (all have the option to have en suites). In addition, there is a large tiled room, which was previously used as a games room (c.9.33m x 5.38m). The views from the front of the property at both ground level and first floor are spectacular.
Externally, the grounds are landscaped to enhance the privacy of this outstanding property whilst ensuring that the unique views and ambience are not compromised. There is also access to the nearby beach, which is just 200m distant.
The property would make an ideal family home, holiday home, time share investment or a guest house/B&B given its close proximity to the village and beach and being just a short drive to both Westport and Louisburgh.
Some of the Local Activities Available in the surrounding area include:
GOLF: Premier 18-hole Championship Golf Course set in 260 acres of rolling parkland on the shores of Clew Bay, was designed by the renowned British firm of course architects Fred Hawtree and Sons.
FISHING: Westport is one of the few places in Ireland that offer a luxury base for world class deep sea fishing, game and course angling. Game and coarse fishing are widely available to the enthusiast in the lakes and rivers around the town. Boats, ghillies and equipment can be booked locally
WATER ACTIVITIES: There’s a never-ending selection of things to do in Westport including kite surfing, stand up paddle boarding, Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Power Boat Trips, Water Skiing, Snorkelling, to name but a few. Adventure Islands provide amazing adventure activity experiences see www.theadventureislands.com.
HORSERIDING: Ride along the Wild Atlantic Way, the beaches of Mayo, and the rolling Irish countryside. many exciting treks available from the various instructors in the area.
FOOD, PUBS & NIGHTLIFE: There is a varied selection of Irish, continental, Nepalese, Indian, Chinese and Thai restaurants in Westport, a good number of which prepare food using seasonal local ingredients. And touching the shores of Clew Bay, it is little wonder that many of the town’s best loved eateries specialise in tasty, fresh seafood treasures.
Stauntons family run pub, is within 5 minutes walk of this property, where you are guaranteed to meet new people from all sides of the world and enjoy stories of old from the locals.
For those who want to party to the small hours there are a number of late bars and nightclubs to choose from.
THEATRE/MOVIES: Westport Town Hall Theatre presents and promotes a year-round programme of theatre and arts events catering for all ages. The refurbished, modern and well-equipped multi-purpose centre can cater for amateur and professional drama, musicals, dance, film, children’s events and
concerts (traditional, classical and popular). www.westporttheatre.com
All the latest releases are available at the W cinema on James Street, Westport - www.thewcinema.com
Lecanvey is a seaside village in County Mayo, between Westport and Louisburgh, about 2 km west of Murrisk. To the south is Croagh Patrick. To the west is Clare Island. Lecanvey has a beach, but is also within a short drive of many additional sandy beaches in the area, including Bertra, Old Head, Carrowmore and the famous White & Silver Strand. There is a church, primary school and two public houses in the village. Other essential amenities are a short drive away in Louisburgh town, including a secondary school, shops, cafes, post office etc.
Westport: 14km (trains to Dublin, Athlone and bus link to various towns)
Castlebar: 40km (Castlebar General Hospital, GMIT Castlebar college)
Ireland West Int’l Airport: 73km (Nearest Airport)
Water: Well Water
Sewage: Septic tank
Heating: Oil Fired central heating
BER Rating: B3
BER Number: 102692894
AccommodationGround Floor: Porch, W.C., Kitchen, Storage, Living Room, Back Porch, Bedroom with Ensuite & walk in wardrobe
First Floor: Landing, Bedroom 2 with walk in wardrobe, Bathroom, Bedroom 3, Bedroom 4
Basement: Under-stairs storage, Boiler Room, Bedroom 5 (Large room off same), Bedroom 6 (Large room off same, Games Room
FeaturesA superb coastal property located at the foot of Croagh Patrick, in Lecanvey, c 8km from Louisburgh and c. 14km from Westport.The property which was built in 1998 was architecturally designed and constructed to a
very high standard, with c.4,500 sq.ft of accommodation over three floors. The property is also within 200 metres of the beach, offering spectacular, unrestricted views over Clew Bay.
From Westport, proceed out the main Louisburgh road (R335) for circa 13km, pass the church in Lecanvey and proceed pas the next turn for the pier. Take the nest right turn off the main road (cul-de-sac) (see for sale sign at head of road). The subject property is on the left-hand side with our for sale sign thereon.