Accessed directly from front path, built-in press, fitted solid fuel stove in brick surround with timber mantle
KITCHEN/DINING AREA 3.47m x 3.62m (11' 5" x 11' 11")
Teak framed single glazed windows, fitted floor level units incorporating double draining stainless steel sink unit, Stanbley solid fuel range, cooker point, and plumbing for washing machine, vinyl spalshback and vinyl floor covering.
BACK HALL 5.8m x 1m (19' 0" x 3' 3")
BEDROOM (1): 2.9m x 2.3m (9' 6" x 7' 7")
uPVC windows to front, carpeted floor
BEDROOM (2): 2.99m x 2.37m (9' 10" x 7' 9")
Open fireplalce, fitted hot press
BEDROOM (3): 4.92m x 2.72m (16' 2" x 8' 11")
Open fireplace with Carrigaline style mantle, vinyl floor, uPVC window to front, traditional 4 panelled timber sash window to side.
BEDROOM (4): 2.96m x 2.5m (9' 9" x 8' 2")
Hardwood framed single glazed window
SHOWER ROOM: 2.56m x 2.98m (8' 5" x 9' 9")
Wc, whb, shower stall fitted witn Mira unit, fully tiled walls, carpeted floors, electric shaver socket, hardwood window
This cottage style
residence is situate in the townland of Ballymacragh just off the Westport road
out of Castlebar, about 3 km from the town centre. A most accessible and desirable
location. Westport is just 14 km
west of this and the two towns will soon be linked by a dual carriageway which
will reduce the travel time dramatically.
Once in operation the new N5 will remove a huge volume of traffic from
this area ensuring a true rural vibe, albeit walking distance from the town
The cottage residence
dates back probably to the 1930s and has a pitched slated roof, knap plaster
finish and mainly uPVC double glazed windows. It is accessed by a right-of-way over a
private laneway from the current N5 which is shared with only one other party,
namely the neighbouring farmer.
The cottage comprises
living room, kitchen dining area, 4 bedrooms and a shower room. The kitchen, one bedroom and shower room
are housed within a flat roof extension which was constructed sometime in the
To the rear of the
dwelling there is small yard and some traditional out offices provide good
storage or an opportunity to create a workshop.