Superb 4 Bedroom Farmhouse Plus Land in County Mayo ireland
Euroresales Property iD – 9824629
This four-bed period farmhouse comes with substantial outbuildings and fifteen acres [plus] of arable farmland.
The farm is located in County Mayo [west of ireland] and less than twenty minutes from ireland West international airport.
The property comes with superb private gardens at each end of the homestead which provides a nice area to relax.
Along with garage parking, there is a drive-in drive/out-drive circulating the property from the R321.
A view to the surrounding countryside area can be seen from the property with splendid views of Meelick’s Round Tower from the top fields.
Land adjacent to the R321 could make prime building sites as it is a two-minute drive the N5 where the village of Bohola leads to Westport on the Atlantic coastline.
Entrance porch – 5’2″ (1.57m) x 4’0″ (1.22m)
Welcoming porch with tile floor.
Reception/living room – 12’11” (3.94m) x 12’10” (3.91m)
Cosy and comfortable with open fire, fireside hob’s, recessed lighting and carpet flooring
Sitting room – 13’5″ (4.09m) x 12’10” (3.91m)
Kick back and relax in front of a glowing fire in this beautiful ornate fireplace, carpet flooring and coving
Bedroom 1 ground floor – 12’6″ (3.81m) x 9’8″ (2.95m)
Double bedroom with carpet flooring and high ceiling.
Rear hallway – 8’4″ (2.54m) x 4’3″ (1.3m)
This entry/exit is on the granary side of the house, it has tile floor and some storage cabinets.
En-suite/wash room – 7’7″ (2.31m) x 6’0″ (1.83m)
Spacious toilet/wash room, tiled floor and walls.
Kitchen – 10’8″ (3.25m) x 10’7″ (3.23m)
Spacious kitchen with lots of floor and wall cabinets, built in double oven gas hob and hood above.
Formal dining/conservatory – 11’5″ (3.48m) x 10’8″ (3.25m)
Beautiful space looking out on a lush lawn oozing with shrubbery, paved patio, recessed lighting, beautiful tile floor and patio doors opening out on a paved patio.
Landing – 12’9″ (3.89m) x 5’3″ (1.6m)
Period traditional winding stairs covered in carpet to first floor and landing area.
Bedroom 2 – 12’9″ (3.89m) x 10’11” (3.33m)
Double bedroom, carpet flooring, cathedral type ceiling and built in wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 – 11’3″ (3.43m) x 11’1″ (3.38m)
Double bedroom with carpet flooring and tray type ceiling
Bedroom 4 – 12’11” (3.94m) x 9’0″ (2.74m)
Master bedroom with en-suite and built in spacious wardrobe, carpet flooring, cathedral type ceiling.
Master en-suite – 8’4″ (2.54m) x 2’7″ (0.79m)
Tucked away in the master bedroom is this en-suite with tiled floor and walls, toilet, vanity sink and shower enclosure.
Hot press – 4’0″ (1.22m) x 2’8″ (0.81m)
Hot press is shelved out and has carpet flooring
Carport – 27’6″ (8.38m) x 17’6″ (5.33m)
This is a fine 3 bay open sided carport with huge paved yard making it easy parking
Granary – 37’3″ (11.35m) x 12’5″ (3.78m)
The ground floor of this granary is divided up into various shed such as a cow byre, a workshop etc. The first floor with an area of approximately 462 sq.ft.is an open space with new tin roof above. The overall granary space ground and first floor is approximately 900 sq. ft. or thereabouts.
No. of Beds: 4
No. of Reception Rooms: 1
Plot (metres squared): Over 15 acres
Distance from Sea: 30 mins
Distance from Airport: 20 mins
Distance from Golf: 20 mins
Distance from Main Attraction: 15 mins
About the area:
County Mayo is part of the province of Connacht. Gaelic irish for Mayo is Maigh Eo, which means ‘Plain of the yew’. There are two yew trees in the top garden!
County Mayo is a county in ireland. in the West of ireland, it is part of the province of Connacht and is named after the village of Mayo,
now generally known as Mayo Abbey. Mayo County Council is the local authority for the county.
The population of the county was 130,638 at the 2011 census. The boundaries of the county,
which was formed in 1585, reflect the Mac William iochtar lordship at that time.