Property Partners Emma Gill is pleased to present to market this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a unique piece of Irish heritage in a breath-taking, highly desirable part of Co Mayo's stunning lake district.
This beautiful period farmhouse at Cordoon in Cross comes complete with highly attractive heritage features but has been adapted to accommodate modern day living standards. It has the added attraction of incorporating some exquisite outbuildings with exciting development potential including an old granary and a recently reroofed henhouse
Thanks to its location, this property offers investors or owner occupiers the tantalising prospect of enjoying the best of country living while being within easy commute of a great array of amenities and services in the pretty rural village of Cross as well as larger neighbouring towns like Ballinrobe and Cong while the cosmopolitan Galway City is just 40 minutes away.
In the hands of a new owner with vision this farmhouse is ready to start an exciting new chapter when some further TLC will secure its future as a truly beautiful and unique family home.
Unique period features
Outbuildings with development potential
Modern fixtures and fittings
Double glazed uPVC window and doors
Oil fired central heating
BER: E2 BER No.114872997 Energy Performance Indicator:363.39 kWh/m²/yr
Green Park House sits on a compact and well-maintained 0.37 acre site on the approach to Cross village along the regional R334 road that connects the towns of Ballinrobe in south Mayo and Headford in north Galway.
The site is comprised of a pretty lawn area with mature trees to the front and a spacious and functional yard with outbuildings to the rear.
The living accommodation measures to ,1044 sq. ft. over two floors and includes three bedrooms, three bathroom, two reception rooms and a utility space. The front entrance opens into a compact hall featuring the stairs and a large 16 x 13.8 ft. sq. kitchen/dining-living room to the right. This welcoming living area has a modern, fitted kitchen with attractive floor and wall tiling and a cast iron stove and is adjoined by a handy utility space.
On the opposite side of the hallway is another sitting room with a beautiful feature fireplace and natural pinewood flooring. A WC that is plumbed and wired for a washing machine and dryer completes the downstairs accommodations.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms including one master ensuite with shower and the main bathroom also featuring a shower stall.
In keeping with its heritage, this pretty home boasts many wonderful features including period doors and plasterwork, high ceilings and deep-set windows.
It boasts double glazed uPVC window and doors and oil-fired central heating together with a solid fuel stove and open fire.
Cross village is located at the intersection of the R346 road from the tourist Mecca of Cong (home of Ashford Castle) and R334 route that connects Ballinrobe to Headford and is less than 40 minutes drive from Galway city.
This house is on the R334 route as one approaches from Headford and is within walking distance of Cross. It is a short distance from the famous angling hot spots of Loughs Mask and Corrib.
The village can be traced back to the seventh century. It has strong mythological associations too and 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's both of which are within an 11-minute drive.
Ireland West Airport Knock is just a 50-minute commute from Cordoon.
A period property of this quality is a rare find on the market and therefore this pretty farmhouse is likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers.
Early viewing is highly recommended.
Property Partners Emma Gill strives to be ultra-flexible around property viewings.
For further information call 085 7102933 or (094) 9542819/(091) 884000.