A remarkable estate in the west of Ireland a haven of peace and tranquillity.
This idyllic west of Ireland Victorian house stands on approximately 113 acres on the shores of Lough Conn, with Nephin as a majestic
backdrop. It is situated amidst wonderful grounds: many fine specimen trees and shrubs populate the extensive grounds which are a walker’s paradise.
This property is set on approximately 5.48 acres of land made up of garden, wood which includes walled orchard and land.
Accommodation boasts 3 bedrooms with master en suite, 2 living rooms, kitchen, utility and a guest w.c. The property also has outbuildings that comprise of storage facility, a garage, workshop and stables. uPVC windows and oil central heating, approx. 2,443 sq. ft., (227 sq. m.).
Delightful Pre 1900 4 Roomed Stone Cottage and old Farm Buildings on about 18.2 Acres (7.37HA) of Mixed Quality Lands Located in a quiet rural location
A Place to Wander and Enjoy in Fields untouched for years
Derelict Two Storey Non Habitable Residence
& Outbuildings on about 1 acre (BER exempt)
Has electricity but no other services
Located just a short distance from town
and just a stroll to River Moy
Modern 3 Bed Dormer Bungalow with integrated garage
Family Home /Anglers Retreat constructed in 2000 in private rural setting on c. 3 acres. Direct access to Salmon Angling Pools on the River Moy
Built with Hallmark Stone, insulated cavity walls & internal dry lining.
Requiring restoration, on about 29 acres of mixed quality lands
in a number of divisions and traversed by a free flowing river
For sale in one or more lots
ccommodation consists of entrance hall, kitchen/dining with a Stanley oil fired range, living room with open fire, two bedrooms, one ensuite and main bathroom
Claddagh House was originally designed as a B&B and was run as a very successful business for more than 10 years. During this time it was registered as a B&B with Bord Failte, (Irish Tourist Board) and the Town and Country Homes Association.
A modern and elegantly presented residence, built in circa 2000, set on a large landscaped site with scenic views of Croagh Patrick and the surrounding countryside. This dormer bundgalow has been finished to a high standard throughout, leaving nothing for the purchaser to do but walk in.
The property under sale comprises a tradtional stone cottage style residence, which is in need of refurbishment. The cottage is built of stone with a pointed render finish under a hipped pitched timber roof with slate covering.
This property is located within 3.2 miles from the town of Westport and in close proximity to the village of Aughagower. Aughagower is a historic and charming village located south of Westport, off the main Westport to Ballinrobe Road.
This is a quality residence positioned within an exclusive coastal residential development just 4 kilometres from Westport Town Centre and c. 2 kilometres from the harbour area, and is regarded as Westport's premier residential district.
A lovely example of a cottage style residence situate on an elevated plot in a most sought after mature residential location in Ardmore (Rosbeg), Westport. Located just 2km from Westport town centre, no more than 500m from the Quay which is home to numerous shops, cafes, bars and restaurants with a host of other facilities synonymous with Westport Harbour Area.
The subject property is located approximately 2 miles from the village of Tourmakeady in south west Co. Mayo. Located in splendid unspoilt countryside overlooking Lough Mask, the surrounding area is predominantly in agricultural use, with a number of one off rural houses.
"Shalom" has been a significant part of the history of Swinford having been occupied by the Sisters of Mercy since 1994. Occupying a prominent position in the town centre of Swinford and adjacent to Swinford Roman Catholic Church.
The subject lands are located on the southeast corner of Inishturk, a beautiful unspoilt island, located approximiately 10 miles off the west Mayo coast. This is a truly stunning unspoilt rural location, which offers some of the most stunning coastal scenery in all of Ireland.
This property comprises a traditional cottage located on the main Westport/Louisburgh coastal road, adjacent to Lecanvey Village, c. 14 kilometres from Westport and 9 kilometres from Louisburgh, and is on the foothills of Croagh Patrick.
The property is located within the centre of the town of Castlebar, only a few hundred metres from the retail centre, adjacent to the Court House and Garda Station on The Mall, a premier location within the town.
"The Fishing Lodge" is a superb property located c. one mile from Partry Village at Srah in a scenic location with a mature parkland type site extending to c. 2 acres fronting the Cloon River
Knockadoon is located on a spectacular elevated site on the golf course road approximately 4 kilometres from the town centre of Westport in Carrowholly within a mature residential area of substantial family homes Knockadoon is positioned on an elevated site looking southwards at spectacular views over the 4th hole of Westport golf course and further of Croagh Patrick and the surrounding countryside and across Clew Bay.
A very attractive property based on a traditional cottage that has been completely renovated and refurbished to provide spacious modern accommodation. It is located on a ca. 0.25 acre coastal site in the rural far West of Ireland and is close to Belmullet and surrounded by open countryside with sea views. Accommodation includes a living room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
An excellent opportunity to acquire a thriving bar and hotel set deep in the West Mayo countryside. Full seven-day licence for two bars with full-service restaurant, eleven room hotel and general store. Additional stone outbuildings have existing planning permission for conversion to a two bedroom apartment.
This property consists of the skilled and delightful restoration of a traditional Irish cottage. A clever extension to the rear and integration of the original porch has enabled the accommodation to expand to two double bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, large lounge with fireplace and reading nook, and a shower room with handicapped access. Outside are turf sheds and an acre of lawns that overlook the picturesque remains of Rosserk Abbey, the River Moy and open landscape.
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.
Conveniently located a short distance from the centre of Foxford with passing
vehicular and foot traffic.
A spectacular coastal residence occupying a large site overlooking the Atlantic with amazing, ever changing views across to Black Sod. Just fifteen years old this is an exciting modern design incorporating bay windows, dormers and an integral conservatory.
A piece of West of Ireland history converted into a charming home.
This building was opened as a national school 65 years ago and when it closed it was converted into the current residential home. Most of the original features have been preserved while incorporating all the facilities of modern life.
This is a very clever conversion of a traditional small schoolhouse dating back to 1914. The original building has been preserved in its entirety and retains all it charm, history and character. At the rear a conservatory has been added and the gardens have been beautifully landscaped.
This is one of the finest residences to come to the market in recent times with uninterrupted views of the river Moy and Bartra Island. This stunningly appointed and refreshingly spacious home is located just three miles from Ballina and four miles from Enniscrone. This is a fine property overall, set in a location second to none, representing a unique opportunity to acquire a superb property.
Totally renovated stone built mid-terraced two bedroom property with a blend of olde-worlde charm and modernised living accommodation. Situated within the village of Killala approximately 8.5 miles from Ballina on the Wild Atlantic Way. This property is considerably modernised and accommodation boasts a bright open plan kitchen/dining/living room, 2 bedrooms, guest w.c. and bathroom.
The property occupies an elevated site c. 0.5 kilometres off the R310 in Pontoon, County Mayo. This is a scenic rural location with stunning elevated views over Loughs Conn & Cullin. This location will be of interest to those seeking out a peaceful location in the County Mayo countryside, or to a keen Fisherman given the properties close proximity to world class lake fishing at Lough Conn.
Built in the early 20th Century this cottage was built in a traditional style, providing the following accommodation: open plan living / dining area, with vaulted, timber panelled ceilings, kitchen, bathroom and 2 no. of bedrooms.
This property boasts many traditional cottage features including open plan living / dining area, rough cast plaster and vaulted ceilings. The property is in good condition both internally and externally.
This residence is newly constructed and offers generous accommodation to inlcude: entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, living room, 4 bedrooms (2 ensuite) and a bathroom with both the reception room and kitchen/breakfast area having a spectacular sea view.
Meanwhile externally, the property is enclosed with a natural Curraun stone wall at the front and on one side, while there is a gravel driveway and parking area together with levelled and seeded lawns.
New to the Market, this attractive five bedrooms residence with adjoining apartment and garage overlooks the waterfront at Rossinrubble, Newport on shores of Clew Bay. It is located on 0.469 acres in area.
This land commissioned styled house is situated on 2 acres approximately.
This property is located on an elevated site overlooking the Minaun cliffs, Keel beach, Keel lake, Croaghaun mountain, with Slievemore mountain to its rear. The property is situated adjacent to the Megalitic Tomb and within walking distance of the Deserted Village.
This charming 200 year old restored traditional stone cottage is located at Massbrook Upper, Bofeenaun. It is situated in a very picturesque area, surrounded by LoughConn, Lough Cuillin and Levally Lough and the Nephin Mountain Range.
6 Roomed 2 Storey Stone Farmhouse Dating from 19th Century of c. 1500 sq ft on about 3/4 of an Acre & Outbuildings
19th Century detached period residence with out offices extending to circa 200 sq.m over two floors. This property is strategically located within Castlebar Town Centre adjacent to Mayo General Hospital and GMIT