DescriptionThe property under sale is listed under Folio MY32716 and comprises a detached bungalow residence set on 1.80 acres. In addition, there are three further divisions, all in close proximity to the dwelling, which comprises 0.86 hectares (c.2.12 acres), 0.67 hectares (c.1.65 acres) and 0.24 hectares (c.0.59 acres).
The dwelling house, which hasn’t been lived in for some years, requires refurbishment and accommodation consists of a living room, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms. Some upgrading was done in more recent times to include the installation of PVC double glazed windows and doors and a septic tank was installed in circa 2013. There are two outbuildings, one to the front of the dwelling and one to the rear, both of stone construction with a galvanised roof, used for storage purposes.
As stated, there are 6.35 acres of land included in the sale, which are in three divisions. The lands could be described as reasonable quality grazing land and are all within close proximity of the dwelling house. there is also a share of commonage included, circa 7.496 hectares (c. 18.53 acres).
Water: Spring Well
Sewage: Septic Tank
Heating: Solid fuel
Eircode: F28 Y924
The property is located circa 7km from the historic village of Aughaower, where a post office, church, small shop and two public houses are situate. The larger town of Westport is approx. 14km distant and has something for everyone and attracts young families, holiday makers and retirees alike with desirable schools, well connected commuter links to Castlebar, Galway and Dublin with the addition of attractive scenery. Westport offers a range of restaurants, public houses, cafes, doctors, dentists and array of convenience and retail shopping. 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.
There is much to see and do in and around Westport, from the culture of Westport House & Clew Bay Heritage Centre to cliff jumping into the wild Atlantic and all things in between, such as, soaking in the atmosphere of the bars & restaurants, cycling the Great Western Greenway or tracing the footsteps of our Patron Saint to the top of the Holy Mountain, Croagh Patrick. Westport House is undoubtedly one of Ireland’s best loved heritage attractions – and is rightly called the most beautiful house in Ireland.
Accommodationaccommodation consists of a living room, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms
Features Detached bungalow residence circa 14km from Westport town
Land of circa 6.35 acres and commonage (c.18.53 acres) included in sale
Property in need of refurbishment – suit DIY enthusiast
Circa 7km from Aughagower village
For more information contact FM Auctioneers - 098 66525
DirectionsFrom Westport, proceed to the village of Aughagower. Proceed past the grotto, community hall and Playschool and continue for circa 7km. the property is located on the left-hand side with FM Auctioneers for sale sign erected thereon.