Property Partners Emma Gill is pleased to offer for sale this charming ready-to-occupy family home, set in the most tranquil of settings in beautiful south Mayo.
This property is a lovely, traditional style three-bedroom bungalow. Built in 1996, this property is just 2km from the pretty village of Cross. It is in the heart of Mayo's exquisite lake district with the angling hot spots of Loughs Mask and Corrib just a stone's throw away.
It has been beautifully decorated in a homely, contemporary fashion that leaves nothing for the successful buyer to do but walk in and unpack.
However, boasting an impressive 1.06-acre site, this property can easily be extended/reimagined, subject to planning permission.
BER: D1 BER No.105177745 Energy Performance Indicator:252.32 kWh/m²/yr
A quaint entrance porch leads into the light-filled hall of this 108 m² home.
The hallway opens onto a cosy sitting room.
This dual aspect homely space affords stunning views of the surrounding countryside. It enjoys great natural light and has the added attraction of a traditional open fire.
The sitting room (4.75m x 4.10m) connects into the property's spacious kitchen/diner area (6.13m x 3.64m) which has a second, separate access from the front hall.
This space boasts a modern, fitted kitchen with an adjoining utility room affording access to the back garden.
The entrance hall, which features lots of handy storage space, also connects to this bungalow's three bedrooms.
Two of these are located at the front of the house while the master bedroom (4.20m x 3.65m) is at the rear as is the main bathroom featuring a stand-alone bath and shower stall.
This property also incorporates good attic space which has been partially floored and is accessible via a handy Stira staircase.
Cross village is located at the intersection of the R346 road from the tourist Mecca of Cong (home of Ashford Castle) and R334 route from Ballinrobe and is less than 40 minutes' drive from Galway city.
The property is located 2km away from the village on a quiet country road off the L1614 route between Cross and Kilmaine.
Cross village can be traced back to the seventh century and has strong mythological associations too - possibly referenced in the name of this property.
It was a favourite childhood holiday spot for the writer Oscar Wilde and his family.
Today it boasts a good range of amenities including a national school, a church, pubs and a shop with a wider, more eclectic offering in the neighbouring towns of Cong and Ballinrobe - both of which are within an 11-minute drive.
Ireland West Airport Knock is just a 50-minute commute from this property.
This property is likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers including first-time buyers, holiday home hunters, remote workers, and downsizers.
Early viewing is highly recommended as a result.
Property Partners Emma Gill strives to be ultra-flexible around property viewings.
To arrange one, call or text Claire Glynn on 085 710 2933 or (094) 954 2819.