Stunning Detached Property For Sale in Mayo ireland
TWO 4 BED DETACHED DWELLiNG HOUSES
This substantial bungalow residence, c. 1,376 sq.ft over ground floor with an additional c.750 sq.ft on first floor ready to convert should a buyer wish to do so, is located c.1 mile from Louisburgh town, on the main Louisburgh to Killeen road (R378) and offers pleasant views over the surrounding countryside. There is also an adjacent apartment offering a further c. 1,056 sq.ft over ground and first floor. The property would make an ideal B&B or home, offering the potential to rent out the adjacent apartment.
The subject property is located in Callacoon, which is c.1 mile west of Louisburgh town in a pleasant rural location. The property, on c.1 acre, comprises a detached bungalow residence, which has 4 bedrooms (1 ensuite) together with good spacious living accommodation. The house itself, while in need of modernisation, offers bright, spacious living accommodation. There is a further c.750 sq.ft which could be converted at first floor.
in addition to the main dwelling there is an apartment of c. 1,056 sq.ft, this has 4 bedrooms (1 ensuite), a spacious kitchen/dining room, sitting room, utility and a bathroom.
The property, because of its location close to schools, shops etc, would make an ideal family home while also offering the potential to make an extra income from renting out the adjacent apartment. it would also lend itself to a B&B. The property is also within a short drive of many sandy beaches in the area.
Porch: 1.49m x 0.81m
Hallway: 1.49m x 3.20m + 1.09m x 8.38m
Living Room: 3.61m x 4.67m + 0.68m x 0.91m
Kitchen/Dining: 6.34m x 3.16m
Conservatory: 3.81m x 3.84m
Bedroom 1: 2.93m x 2.86m
Bedroom 2: 2.92m x 2.96m
Bedroom 3: 3.10m x 3.95m
Ensuite: 2.32m x 1.09m
Bedroom 4: 4.03m x 3.03m
Bathroom: 3.01m x 2.21m
Overall floor area: c.128 sq.m (c.1,376 sq.ft)
Additional 750sq.ft on first floor which offers the potential to convert.
Hallway: 2.48m x 4.02m
Bedroom 1: 3.18m x 1.87m
Living Room: 4.09m x 3.97m
Utility Room: 2.81m x 1.92m
W.C. 2.85m x 0.87m
Kitchen/Dining: 6.42m x 2.94m
Understairs storage: 1.90m x 0.73m
Bedroom 2: 4.10m x 2.95m
Ensuite: 1.08m x 2.40m
Storage: 1.08m x 1.57m
Storage: 1.37m x 1.35m
Shower Room: 2.86m x 1.10m
Bedroom 3: 3.27m x 3.00m
Bedroom 4: 3.18m x 2.10m
Overall floor area: c.98.14 sq.m (c.1,056 sq.ft)
Two 4 bedrooms detached dwelling houses
Main dwelling with c.1,376 sq.ft on ground floor and additional c.750 sq.ft on first floor to convert
C.1km from Louiburgh town and close to many sandy beaches
Two properties in need of modernisation
Adjacent dwelling with c. 1,056 sq.ft over two floors
Fantastic investment opportunity
About the Area:
Louisburgh is a small town on the southwest corner of Clew Bay in County Mayo, ireland. it is home to Sancta Maria College and the Grainne O’Malley interpretive Centre.
Most of Louisburgh lies within the townland of Clooncarrabaun (an anglicisation of Cluain Cearban). The town was constructed in 1795 by the 3rd Earl of Altamount, (later 1st Marquess of Sligo), John Denis Browne of Westport to house Catholic refugees who fled sectarian conflict in the north of ireland. Originally a planned town, it retains many of the eighteenth-century features in style and scale. The 1st Marquess of Sligo named the town Louisburgh in memory of his Uncle, Captain Henry Browne, who fought on the British side against the French in the battle of Louisburg in 1758. Louisburg (or Louisbourg in French) was a French fortress on Cape Breton island, Nova Scotia, Canada. As a result of the British victory, a temporary unit of Louisbourg Grenadiers was formed, in which his Uncle was a captain.
Louisburgh is built on the Bunowen River, part of which is a salmon fishery. Nearby Roonagh Pier, approx 6 km from the town, is the departure point for ferries to Clare island and inishturk. There are a number of stunning beaches in the area renowned for their cleanliness. Nearest to the town are “majestic Old Head”, Bunowen and Carramore while Carrowniskey, Cross, Lecanvey are within easy reach. Further to the west and south are the famed White Strand of Tallabawn, Silver Strand and Uggool Beach. Each year, on the May Bank Holiday Weekend, the town hosts a traditional music festival – Feile Chois Chuan – which attracts a large number of enthusiasts from many parts of ireland and abroad.
The main geographical features around Louisburgh are Croagh Patrick to the east, the Sheeffry Hills and Mweelrea Mountains to the south, the Atlantic to the west and Clew Bay to the north.