€180,000 €12,000 on 31st May 16
A landmark building that is well known through the region, this property was until recently the premises of the successful 'Open to the Sun Pottery' and 'Emily's CafÃ©', but is now ready for conversion back to a fine family residence. Conveniently located a short distance from the centre of Foxford, an attractive small town famous for its Woollen Mills and birthplace of Admiral Brown, the founder of the Argentinian Navy. There are local National and secondary schools and a full range of other amenities.
The region enjoys the benefits of local lakes, mountains, the River Moy and the Foxford Way and is very popular with tourists.
As currently configured, the accommodation includes a retail sales area, workshop and cafÃ© and could be easily converted to suit a wide variety of businesses or professional services. In addition, on the upper floor there are three further rooms and a bathroom that have been recently refurbished.
The property was fully modernised in 1996.
Previously used as a pottery and still known locally as â€˜The Sun Houseâ€™.
A short walk to the centre of Foxford.
Oil fire central heating and double glazed windows throughout.
All internal doors are from the original building.
Large gardens to the rear surrounded by high walls for privacy
Enclosed patio and terrace overlooking the rear garden.
Ready for conversion back to residential use this is a fine building that would make an excellent family home.
Two open fireplaces on the ground floor and a gas fire on the first floor.
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From Ballina: Leave on the Dublin (Foxford) Road to Foxford. Continue ...
Teeling Street, Ballina, Co. Mayo,
Tel: 096 70900
PSRA Licence No. 002274