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Gortmore, Toormakeady, Claremorris, Trean, Co. Mayo

July 16, 2024 #


Gortmore is nestled on the shores of Lough Mask, overlooking the scenic vistas of the surrounding waters and Co Mayo countryside. Nearby towns include Ballinrobe which is a vibrant and bustling town located 25km from the property, offering a comprehensive range of services and amenities including supermarkets, restaurants and sporting facilities. Westport, located 36km from Gortmore, is renowned for its many restaurants, pubs, walking trails, and beautiful beaches. Castlebar is a county town in Mayo, and it is located about 30km from Gortmore. Lough Mask is famed for its fishing waters, which hold a vast amount of brown trout. The lake hosts a wide range of water sports including kayaking, sailing and paddle boarding. The neighbouring Lough Corrib is the second largest lake in the country and is ideal for boat cruises and angling. Local school options include Thuar Mhic adaigh N.S and Coliste Muire, with further schooling options available in Ballinrobe and Westport. Westport train station offers regular services to Dublin while only an hours drive from the property, Knock West Airport, offers flights to destinations around Europe.


Gortmore is a charming lakefront property which occupies an elevated site, strategically positioned to take full advantage of the views of Lough Mask. Gortmore briefly comprises of four bedrooms, two reception rooms, four bathrooms and a fully converted attic space with is used for living and bedroom accommodation. Entering the property through double glass French doors, a hallway provides access to the main living accommodation of the home. The sitting room is situated to the right of the hallway and it enjoys views out over Lough Mask. The sitting room benefits from pitch ceilings and an electric fire fitted in the feature wall. Double glass French doors open to the garden patio area – ideal for warm summer evenings. The kitchen/ dining room is located opposite the sitting room and features an island unit, panelled ceiling and a Rayburn cooker. The kitchen is well equipped and is fitted with built-in cupboard units and the dining area is surrounded by picture windows offering panoramic views of the lake and surrounding mountains.
The property features two generously proportioned ensuite bedrooms on the ground floor and the master ensuite bedroom boasts a large bathroom fitted with a bathtub and shower unit. A further bedroom, bathroom and utility area complete the ground floor accommodation.


Strictly by appointment with Savills Country Agency and OToole & Co.

F12 N880

BER C1 117570739


All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale including light fittings, and other removable fittings, although may be available by separate negotiation.


Oil fired central heating

Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services.


Entry is by agreement with vacant possession.


Offers may be submitted to the selling agents.

Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
Email address:
OToole &Co. The Mall, Westport, Co. Mayo.
Email address;


A date for best offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are asked to register their interest with the selling agents following inspection. The sellers reserve the right to exchange a Contract for the sale of any part of the subjects of sale ahead of a notified closing date and will not be obliged to accept the highest or any offer.


All offers (regardless of the country of residence of the offering party) must be accompanied by a guarantee or suitable form of reference from a bank, which gives the sellers satisfaction that the purchaser has access to the funds required to complete the purchase at the offered price.


Wayleaves and Rights of Access
The property will be sold with the benefit of all existing wayleave rights, including rights of access and rights of way, whether public or private. The purchaser will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of all such rights and others.

Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, the General Remarks and Information, Stipulations and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail.



ENTRANCE HALL: 1.65m x 4.77m
Plastered and painted walls, tiled floor, recessed spotlights

LIVING ROOM: 4.28m x 4.08m
Soft wood timber floor, extensive glazing, vaulted ceiling with recessed spotlights, raised gas fire

KITCHEN/DINING Room 3.6m x 3.97m
Kitchen has tiled floor, solid Shaker-style kitchen, Formica worktops, stainless steel sink, integrated appliances, centre island, oil burning range

CONSERVATORY: 3.4m x 3.45m
Vaulted timber panelled ceiling with recessed spotlights, tiled floor, extensive areas of glazing

HALLWAY: 6.72m x 0.91m
Tiled floor, plastered and painted walls, recessed spotlights

BEDROOM (1): 3.9m x 4.12m
Plastered and painted walls, floating timber floor

Tiled floors, tiled walls, pump shower, wc, whb with integrated vanity unit, mirror with overhead shaving light

BEDROOM (2): 3.07m x 3.08m
Plastered and painted walls, integrated sink

BEDROOM (3): 4.63m x 3.42m
Plastered and painted walls, polished timber floors, recessed spotlights to ceiling

EN-Suite 3.09 m + 1.17 m x 3.02m
wc, whb, large Whirlpool corner bath, mirror, overhead shaving light, pumped double shower

UTILITY & HOT PRESS 1.76m x 3.33m

SHOWER ROOM: 3.29m x 1.18m
Tiled walls, tiled floor, wc, whb with vanity unit integrated mirror, overhead shaving light, double electric shower


via a soft wood timber staircase

SHOWER ROOM: 1.81 m x 2.11m
Tiled walls, polished timber floor, corner shower, wc, whb, mirror overhead shaving light, integrated Velux to ceiling

BEDROOM (4): 4.61 m x 2.51 m + 2.14 m x 1.44 m



F12 N880

Knockaraha East, Cloonagh, Westport, Co. Mayo

July 15, 2024 #


– Significant land holding of 10.18 acres
– Being sold SPP for a single house
– Ideally positioned just 3.8kms west from Westport
– Excellent views over Croagh Patrick and surrounding countryside
– Lands have some river frontage


Located just 3.8kms west of Westport in the townland of Knockaraha East close to Cloonagh. This is conveniently located about 300m off the mains Westport to Louisburgh Road (R335). This is a desirable residential location set within unspoilt countryside. Local or nearby amenities include Cloonagh Health Centre, Brackloon National School and Brackloon Woods Walkway.

Westport town centre and Westport Harbour/Quay are all within a relatively short distance and offers excellent retail, business and leisure facilities. Westport is a thriving tourist centre and has an abundance of recreational amenities including Golf, Sailing, Fishing, Westport House Estate, Croagh Patrick, The Greenway and a number of Blue Flag Beaches. Easily accessible via road, rail and within 45 minutes of Ireland West Airport.


Comprises a non-residential land holding. The lands are farmlands all in grass and have been used for agricultural purposes for a long number of years. Benefiting from substantial road frontage along the (L1822). With a single gated access, the lands are of an irregular shape and have a deep hollow towards the centre of them. On the southern section, the lands have frontage along the Owenwee River.

LAND AREA – The holding has an area of 4.12 Hectares (10.18 Acres).

TITLE – Registered Freehold title held within Folio MY2048.


The lands are not presently connected with any services but the following are available within this area;

Water- Mains
Electricity- Mains
Telecommunications- Mains providers


The lands have no planning permission currently nor has there ever been a planning application. We are offering the opportunity to purchase the entire holding as a residential holding subject to the grant of planning permission for a single dwelling house.

The subject lands are located in an area of Strong Urban influence as identified in the Mayo Development Plan 2022-2028. These areas have been designated to support the sustainable growth of the urban areas, to provide for the immediate, local rural community who have a genuine housing requirement. There is more information available on the Mayo county Council website, under Chapter 4 (Housing) in the Mayo Development Plan 2022-2028. We suggest that the reader familiarise themselves with the planning criteria for this area.


Rarely does such a unique parcel of lands such as these come to the market and being offered as a development site for a single dwelling. There is a pattern of one off private houses within the area and one assumes, suitable candidates should be able to secure planning permission for a family home. There are excellent elevated views to the west across the lands and there is an opportunity create and build a home of exceptional quality.

It is noted that Mayo County Council have earmarked this location for an extension of the Clewbay Greenway. A possible route would see the Greeway run along the northern and western sides of the lands. No firm decision has been taken about the preferred route and further information is available from Mayo County Council web site “Belclare to Murrisk Greenway”.


Contact sole selling agents O’Toole & Co, The Mall, Westport, Co. Mayo. (098) 28000 .

GUIDE PRICE ‘350,000


Located just 3.8kms west of Westport in the townland of Knockaraha East close to Cloonagh. Follow the west road turning left at Aughavale Cemetery. Follow public road for about 300m and the lands are located on the right hand side (west) of the road with FOR SALE sign on them.

Apartment 314, The Harbour Mill, The Quay, Westport, Westport Quay, Co. Mayo

July 12, 2024 #


Apartment 314 is located on the third floor at the Harbour Mill overlooking the internal courtyard a luxury two bedroom apartment situate within a uniquely managed complex. This location is adjacent to the Harbour with its host of shops, restaurants, cafs and pubs. Westport House Demesne is just 350 metres from the property offering a host of amenities. In addition, the Quay School is just a 2 minute walk from the apartment, as is the new and very popular dedicated off road greenway walk and cycle lane from the Quay to the town centre and onwards to Achill Island.

The town of Westport is located approximately 1.7km away and boasts a further array of excellent bars, restaurants and wonderful retail facilities. Westport is renowned as a historic heritage town and is arguably one of the more attractive seaside towns in Ireland. Offering excelling outdoor activities, which include: championship golf, fishing, surfing, sailing and hill walking.

The Harbour Mill complex is an Award Winning purpose built apartment complex, developed circa 30 years. Comprising 85 apartments, the property has been built and maintained to a very high standard.


The property is presented in walk-in condition and comes fully furnished. Providing bright spacious accommodation, this property would make an ideal investment or holiday home in the west of Ireland.


Strictly by appointment with sole selling agents, OToole & Co. Please contact us on 098 28000 or


CAR SPACE – Dedicated Car Space

BER – C2 – 101589307



ENTRANCE HALL: 7.55m x 0.90m
Timber floor, wall light

BEDROOM (1): 6.21m x 2.69m – 0.21m x 2.56m
(Includes ensuite) Timber floor, storage heater, fitted wooden headboard, dresser and wardrobe, telephone point, window to courtyard

Tiled walls, mains shower, wc, whb, fitted marble shelf, large shaving light, heated towel rail

KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST AREA : 5.82m x 3.21m plus 1.99 m x 2.61m
Timber floor, storage heater, fitted floor and wall units, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, integrated Tricity Bendix hob and oven, electric immersion, stainless steel sink unit with splash back tiling, T.V. point.

BATHROOM: 2.10m x 1.78m
Tiled walls, bath with timber panelled surround, mains shower, extractor fan, wc, whb, fitted marble shelf, large shaving light, heated towel rail, wall light.

BEDROOM (2): 2.1m x 3.75m
Timber floor, fitted headboard, dresser, locker and wardrobe, storage heater, window to courtyard, wall light, TV point.



Follow directions for Eircode F28 R096

Knappagh Beg, Westport, Co. Mayo

July 5, 2024 #

Conveniently located just 3.5kms south of Westport along the Lankhill Road. This is a pleasant rural setting set within unspoilt countryside comprising farmland and a small number of private houses. Lankhill National School is close by.

The popular town of Westport is located within a 10 minute drive and offers an abundance of excellent retail, business and leisure amenities. Long renowned as a visitor location, Westport boasts a number of excellent eateries, cafes, restaurants and bars. Local amenities within Westport and the broad area include championship golf, sailing, fresh and salt water fishing, Westport House estate, a number of blue flag beaches, and the Greenway to Achill Island.

Westport is well connected with road and rail infrastructure, being on the N59, N5 and with a number of daily train services to and from Dublin. Knock Airport, which is growing in terms of its connectivity, is also located within 45 minutes.

An utterly charming and deceptively large 3 bedroom detached period cottage which has a substantial extension to the rear. The current owners purchased the property in 1992 and over the course of the last 32 years have totally transformed the property into a stunning home of exceptional character and quality. Now presented in turnkey condition, a new owner will have nothing further to do.

The Cottage is set within extensively and sensitively landscaped gardens. This includes a detached timber framed garden room/office completed with WC. The total land holding is 0.52 Ha (1.28 Acres) with separate access. These lands may offer further development potential SPP. This is one of the best cottage restorations that has come to the market in some considerable time and viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this wonderful home.

3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
Large site area of 0.52 Hectares (1.28 Acres)
Double glazed timber sash windows with Energlaze
Triple glazed windows in the sunroom
Gated access to rear gardens
Detached garden room/office
Extensive sheds

The property has the following service connections;
Water- Mains
Sewerage On site septic tank
Electricity ESB
Telecoms Broadband and wi-fi
Heating Electric & Wood Burning Pellet Stove

Registered Freehold title held within Folio MY27226F

BER E2- 117567792


HALLWAY: 2.0m x 2.0m
Rough cast plastered and painted walls, tiled floors

SITTING ROOM: 4.32m x 3.96m
Vaulted timber panel ceiling, exposed stone fireplace, rough cast plastered and painted walls

BEDROOM (1): 4.0m x 2.2m
Polished timber floors, rough cast plastered walls, integrated Velux windows

BATHROOM: 2.82m x 2.27m
Polished timber floors, wc, whb, electric shower with tile surround

BEDROOM (2): 3.03m x 5.93m
Master Bedroom: Polished timber floors, fireplace, timber panel ceiling, extensive glazing

HALLWAY: 4.77m x 2.03m
Polished timber floors

BEDROOM (3): 3.03m x 3.69m
Polished timber floors, rough cast plastered walls,
Ensuite shower with electric shower, wc, whb, wall mounted shower and overhead light


KITCHEN/DINING 4.18m x 4.98m
Timber panel ceilings, polished timber floors, rough cast plastered and painted walls, centre island, formica worktops, tiled splashback, stainless steel sink

LIVING/SUN ROOM: 3.6m x 3.27m
Extensive triple glazing, Timber panelling ceiling, polish timber floors, double doors through to the garden

Timber Frame Construction- Timber floors, this includes a wc room also.

EXTERNAL 3.23m x 5.15m
Outside Shed

South Mall, Westport, Co. Mayo

July 1, 2024 #


The property occupies a prominent position on the South Mall overlooking the Carrowbeg River in Westport Town Centre. The Mall is arguably the most attractive location of Westport, which is a planned town with The Mall and the river at its heart. Historically, The Mall was entirely residential, but today, comprises private dwellings with a number of professional practices, guest houses and a restaurant. The Mall adjoins Bridge Street, which is the main retail location of Westport.

Westport is an attractive coastal town on the shores of Clew Bay on the Atlantic coast of Ireland, voted “the best place to live in Ireland”. It is a vibrant, hugely attractive location, which attracts a large diversity of visitors each year. Positioned amongst miles of open countryside, it has access to wonderful beaches, Championship golf course together with sailing and fishing on the unspoilt waters of Clew Bay. There are excellent retail, business and leisure facilities locally with many fine bars, cafes and restaurants. Well connected with road, rail and by air.


The subject property comprises a three storey End of terrace Georgian property dating from 1800’s, being one of a pair of properties, which were built at that time. The property had been in residential use exclusively until recently.
The property has a most handsome rendered stone front facade with timber sash windows under a pitched slate roof. Internally, the property is need of restoration and would make a lovely home in an excellent central location.
At ground floor, there is access to through an archway off the Mall to a garden with some outbuildings.



We understand that the property is connected to all mains services


The property has an established historical residential use.
Located within the urban area of Westport, it is zoned Residential under the Westport Draft LAP 2023-2029
The property is recorded on the list of Protected Structures within the Mayo County Development Plan (2022-2028)


We understand that the property has a Freehold title and will be sold with full vacant possession.

We understand that the purchase will not be subject to VAT. However, any VAT and/or Stamp Duty, which is liable on the sale, will be the responsibility of the purchaser.


Viewing is strictly by prior appointment with Sole Selling Agents, O’Toole & Co.
Tel: 098 28000 Contact: Gerard O’Toole



ENTRANCE HALL: 6.83m x 1.46m plus 1.78m x 0.93m
with timber floor, wainscotting, central heating radiatior and coving.

RECEPTION: 4.25m x 4.18m
with laminated floor, open fire with tiled inset, wainscotting and central heating radiatior.

KITCHEN: 4.06m x 3.51m
Range with extractor over, Stainless steel sink unit, timber floor

SHOWER ROOM: 2.93m x 1.67m
W.C., whb, electric shower.

OFFICE/RECEPTION 3.34m x 3.27m
Timber floor and central heating radiator

REAR STORE 3.56m x 2.55m
with painted stone walls

LANDING: 4.4m x 1.04m
With wash hand basin

BEDROOM (1): 13′ 2″ x 13′ 11″ (4.02m x 4.23m)
With fireplace and built in presses

BEDROOM (2): Front Over Arch 2.81m x 4.46m
With fireplace

BEDROOM (3):Rear Over Arch 2.67m x 2.53m

BEDROOM (4): Rear Over Kitchen 4.21m x 3.57m
Wash hand basin and hot press (No cylinder)

LANDING/Toilet 2.59m x 1.7m

BEDROOM (5): 5.16m x 4.32m

BEDROOM (6): (Over Arch) 3.56m x 2.55m

147 SQ. M. (C.1,582 SQ. FT.)

Springvale House, Springvale, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo

July 1, 2024 #


Springvale House is a typical Georgian residence dating back, we understand, to approximately 1814. It is positioned in a mature parkland setting.

The property is described on the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage website as “a detached, 3 bay, 2 storey farmhouse on a symmetrical plan centred on a single bay, single storey gabled projecting porch to the ground floor. There is a hipped slated roof and an “E” shaped plan with clay ridge tiles, rendered and central chimney stacks, having cut limestone string courses below capping, supporting terracotta octagonal pots.”. In its appraisal, they say “This farmhouse represents an integral component of the domestic built heritage on the outskirts of Ballinrobe with the architectural value of the composition, one rooted firmly in the contemporary Georgian fashion.”.

It goes on to say that the property has historic connections with the Blake family, including Henry Joseph Blake. The Blakes were a very well-known aristocratic family in Galway and Mayo. We understand that it was occupied by multiple tenants over the generations, including a Resident Magistrate by the name of Alan Bell, who was apparently executed in Dublin during the War of Independence while investigating an attempt on the life of Viscount John Denton Pixton Ffrench, a former Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.

The current owners have been in occupation for almost 60 years and have resided and farmed the lands on a full time basis in that duration.


Springvale House is a charming property with great history and character. 2.5 km from the shores of Lough Mask and 1.8km from the heritage town of Ballinrobe in scenic County Mayo. It is set in 22.4 acres of quality farmland that benefits from metres of frontage to the Cushlough Road.

The Property is access from a private a tree lined avenue with multiple mature broad leaved trees including limes, sycamores, beech and many others.

Ballinrobe 1.7 km
Lough Mask 2.5km
Castlebar 30km
Tuam 32km (motorway to Dublin)
Knock International Airport 30 km
Headford 22 km
Galway 48km


Springvale House is a typical of its period and style, quite symmetrical in the main. Its front elevation, with the cut stone faade is a most attractive feature, together with its central position within the holding, nicely set back off the road, and accessed by a tree-lined avenue. The house is over two floors and accessed via a projecting porch into the main reception hall, which benefits from two period fan lights, one at each end. The rooms, in the main, are generous and well-proportioned, with an overall net internal accommodation of approximately 204 sq. m. (2,200 sq. ft.).

Ground Floor
The house is entered through the porch with flagged floor and this leads directly into the main hall with ceramic floor tiles with a typical arched Georgian fan light. The Reception Room is bright and airy with large windows to the front and side. The spacious kitchen/ dining room is practical and fit for purpose and the back kitchen/laundry room has an original Belfast Sink still in situ. There is also a back hall, inner hall and wet room on the ground floor.

First Floor
At first floor there are 5 bedrooms all of which have original period fireplaces. The master bedroom is large at 18.384 sq.m (197.88 sq. ft) and benefits from an en-suite bathroom. Three of the bedrooms are to the front of the house which offer wonderful countryside views while the rooms at the rear enjoy south facing sun during the day.
The Property has a Net Internal Area of 204.50 sq.m (2,201 sq. ft)


To the rear, there is a substantial yard area with lime washed out offices, which include pony stables, coach house and other stores. They are of a similar period to the main house and could lend themselves to a residential conversion, subject to securing Planning Permission. From the yard one accesses a small haggart and a further field off same which, by virtue of its high stone walls, was probably an orchard in the generations past.

Sewerage – Septic Tank (at rear of yard)
Water – Mains
Electricity – Mains
Heating – Oil Fired Radiator Central Heating (from Stanley Range)

The dwelling is centrally positioned within the agricultural holding, which in total comprises approximately 9.06 hectares (22.4 acres), comprised in Folio MY106F. The land is generally very good grazing/meadow quality laid out in varying sized paddocks and benefits from significant road frontage.



ENTRANCE PORCH: 2.83m x 1.85m
Flagged floor

RECEPTION HALL: 4.34m x 2.80m

DINING ROOM: 6.13m x 4.34m
Open fireplace with marble mantle, cast iron inset with tiled surround, large window to side and window to front, decorative ceiling cornice

INNER HALLWAY: 4.43m x 2.85m
Includes stairwell, back hall with access to yard

WETROOM 4.22m x 2.50m
wc, whb, shower with electric Triton unit fitted, extraction, shaver socket and wall mounted fan heater, ceramic floor tiles, window to side

BACK HALL 1.95m x 1.08m + 1.67 m x 0.80 m

An original Belfast sink fitted, plumbing for washing machine, partially tiled walls and window to one side

KITCHEN: 6.20m x 4.40m
oil fired range with twin burners, fitted floor level kitchen units with single draining stainless steel sink, plumbing for dishwasher and multiple wall mounted presses, window to front

LANDING: 2.50m x 2.90m
Excluding stairwell, carpeted floor

BEDROOM (1): 4.43m x 4.15m
(including en-suite)
En-suite includes wc, whb, bath with telephone shower overhead, folding shower door, partially tiled walls, infra-red electric heater, vinyl floor, bedroom has carpeted floor and window to side

BEDROOM (2): 4.85m x 4.45m
stained timber floor, open fireplace with timber mantle surround with cast iron inset, large window to front, built in wardrobe, hot water cylinder with dual immersion, decorative ceiling cornices

BEDROOM (3): 3.0m x 3.0m
double with solid fuel stove fireplace, cast iron

BEDROOM (4): 4.82m x 4.35m
open fireplace with timber mantle and iron set, large window to front, decorative ceiling cornice, carpeted floors, central heating radiator

BEDROOM (5): 4.39m x 4.15m
Timber floor, single radiator, large window to rear, decorative ceiling cornice

Springvale House is located 1.7 km west of the Garda Station just outside of Ballinrobe town. More specifically the property is located just off the Creagh (Cushlough) Road, where you will see a Tuohy O’Toole For Sale Sign at.

Tobercrossaun, Headford, Galway, Greenfield, Co. Galway

June 28, 2024 #


Conveniently located 1.7kms from Headford and 28kms from Galway City, the property is located within pleasant countryside and farmland. Accessed directly off the Greenfields Road, this is about 7kms east of Lough Corrib. Headford offers excellent shopping including Tesco together with Schools, Business and Leisure amenities. Galway city is within an easy commute being just 28m minutes to south. This is generally less than a 30 minute drive.

Headford-1.7kms, Cong-18kms, Galway City-28kms, Tuam-22kms, Castlebar-51kms, Knock Airport-63kms, Shannon Airport-117kms, Dublin- 226kms, Limerick-130kms, Cork-227kms.


This is quite possibly the finest residential property to have been offered to the market in north County Galway. Viewing is a must to fully appreciate the craftsmanship and attention to detail in creating this magnificent family home. This is the ideal location for those wanting to commute to Galway City with all essential services on hand in nearby Headford.

Comprises a most impressive detached home 4 bedroom home extending to 297 sq m (3196 sq ft) In addition there is a large detached office, studio and garage. Originally built in 2008, the property was never fully finished but has recently been completely finished and is presented in excellent condition throughout.

Built of rendered concrete block, triple glazed windows all under a natural slate roof. One enters through extensive stunning stone walls via secure gates complete with intercom and remote access. The site is immediately visible with its abundance of mature trees and shrubs. The Residence is set in the centre of the site with a further garden to the rear and a series of lovely sheltered courtyards.


A3 Energy Rating
Triple glazed windows and extensively insulated throughout
High quality finishes throughout
Set behind stone walls a gated entrance with remote entrance
Newly tarmacked driveway
Extensively landscaped mature site
Extensively external lighting
Several external terraces
Large detached garage
Screened fuel tank complete with secure bund
Large stone fire place with solid fuel stove
Mixture of tile, timber and carpet floors
Large impressive master bedroom with living room


Registered Freehold title held within Folio GY69382F


The property has the following services:-

Sewerage – On site septic tank
Water – Well
Electricity – Mains
Telecoms – Broadband enabled
Heating – Oil Fired central heating
Alarm – Yes
Entrance – Secured remote gated access

BER – A3 117476622


Strictly by prior appointment with the sole sales agent. Contact OToole & Co (0987) 28000.
Gerard OToole or Emma Minish OToole



ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.2m x 3.0m
Plastered and painted walls, tiled floor

CLOSET: 1.5m x 2.0m
Tiled floor, shelved

KITCHEN: 4.5m x 3.025m
Tiled floor, recess spot lights to ceiling, fully fitted painted shaker kitchen, Formica worktop, brick-built breakfast bar, stainless steel sink, fully integrated appliances including four ring gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood, fridge freezer and dishwasher.

UTILITY ROOM: 1.68m x 4.5m
Tiled floor, floor and eye level fitted units, tiled splash back, Formica worktop with stainless steel sink, door to rear garden.

DINING ROOM: 7.025m x 4.3m
Tiled floor, ceiling cornicing, feature stone built fireplace complete with wood burning stove.

4.69m x 4.8m
Carpeted floor, ceiling cornicing, plastered and painted walls.

Killadangan House, Killadangan, Westport, Murrisk, Co. Mayo

June 25, 2024 #


Located in the town land of Killadangan, approximately 6.4kms west from Westport on the coast road to Louisburgh, a most prestigious residential location within the environs of Westport. Close by is the Village of Murrisk which has Croagh Patrick, a Primary School, Restaurant and two Pubs. Bertra Beach and Murrisk Pier are also located nearby. The Greenway which is a designated walking/cycling path running around Clew Bay is outside of the property.

The popular town of Westport is located within a 10 minute drive and offers an abundance of excellent retail, business and leisure amenities. Long renowned as a visitor location, Westport boasts a number of excellent eateries, cafes, restaurants and bars. Local amenities within Westport and the broad area include championship golf, sailing, fresh and salt water fishing, Westport House estate, a number of blue flag beaches, and the Greenway to Achill Island.

Westport is well connected with road and rail infrastructure, being on the N59, N5 and with a number of daily train services to and from Dublin. Knock Airport, which is growing in terms of its connectivity, is also located within 45 minutes.


This very fine period property comprises a residence of character and charm perched on an elevated site set well back from the road behind secure electronic gates, in a mature picturesque location with a spectacular vista over the adjacent Clew Bay. The residence, a two storey period property dating back to the mid 1800s, is accessed by a private winding avenue of mature trees. It is set on 3.2 Hectares (7.9 Acres approx.) of grazing and parkland which not only affords the opportunity to retain a number of ponies or such on the lands but also presents significant development possibilities for premier sites in this location, if a purchaser so wished (subject to planning permission).

The property has been extensively refurbished over the last 10 years and has been used most recently as a boutique high quality guest house. Offering further commercial potential or as a private home. The refurbishment included a new roof, new windows and doors, new heating system, addition of a sauna and garage. Now presented in excellent condition throughout, Killadangan House is a superb property and among the very best in West Mayo. Purchasers are rarely afforded such an opportunity, this is probably the first in upwards of a decade, to acquire a fine period property in this most desirable and sought after location. Viewing is highly recommended and strictly by appointment.


The property has the following services;

Water – Private spring well
Sewage On site septic tank
Electricity – Mains Heating
Oil Fired & Electric Storage
Telecoms- Broadband and Wi-Fi
Alarm- Fully alarmed



ENTRANCE PORCH: 2.05m x 0.95m
Glazed doorway, tiled floor

ENTRANCE HALL: 12.5m x 2.07m
Painted timber floor, high ceiling, 3 feature lights, coving to ceiling

DRAWING ROOM: 4.68m x 4.42m
Painted timber floor, 3 bay windows, high ceilings, centre light fitting, restored fireplace
Double doors through to

DINING ROOM: 4.64m x 4.17m
Painted timber floor, bay window, high ceiling with cornicing, fireplace

KITCHEN: 3.61m x 4.7m
High ceiling with cornicing, bay window, painted timber floor, painted Shaker-style kitchen with Iroko work surfaces, tiled splashback, double Belfast sink, feature fireplace

DINING ROOM (2): 3.55m x 4.67m
Fireplace, high ceiling with cornicing, central light fitting, bay window
Double glazed doors through to

PARLOUR: 4.66m x 3.31m
High ceiling with cornicing, central light fitting, painted timber floor, bay window, wood burning stove

TOILET: 0.97m x 1.27m
Wc, whb, radiator

BEDROOM: 3.3m x 5.37m
Plastered and painted walls, painted timber floor, wall and centre light fittings, book shelf, fitted wardrobes

BATHROOM: 1.55m x 3.41m plus 0.91 m x 0.9 m
Painted timber floor, wc, whb – Shower

HALLWAY: 1.16m x 1.72m


HALLWAY: 2.08m x 10.18m
Solid oak floor, plastered and painted walls, ceiling cornicing

TOILET: 1.13m x 0.98m
Oak floor, wc. whb

STORE ROOM: 4.55m x 2.54m

BACK HALLWAY: 1.86m x 2.13m
Tiled floor

UTILITY ROOM: 1.87m x 2.29m
Tiled floor, shelved

OLD KITCHEN: 5.35m x 4.6m
Solid timber floor, feature solid fuel fireplace, plastered and painted walls, ceiling cornicing

BEDROOM (1): 3.3m x 5.37m
Connaught – Plastered and painted walls, painted timber floor, wall and centre light fittings, book shelf, fitted wardrobes

BEDROOM (2): 3.2m x 4.57m
Leinster – Solid oak floor, bay window, feature fireplace, plastered and painted walls

BEDROOM (3): 3.36m x 4.61m
Munster – Solid oak floor, bay window, feature fireplace, plastered and painted walls

BEDROOM (4): 4.6m x 3.23m
Ulster – Solid oak floor, bay window, feature fireplace, plastered and painted walls

SHOWER ROOM: 2.05m x 3.06m
Tiled floor, wc, whb, large shower

GARDEN ROOM: 4.57m x 4.92m
Solid oak floor, plastered and painted walls, ceiling cornicing, feature light fittings
Double doors out to rear garden


GARAGE: 4.78m x 3.71m plus 2.24m

Bunnahowna, Mulranny, Co. Mayo

June 24, 2024 #

1/72nd share of c. 407 hectares

Good location with easy access (off N59)
Generally good quality grazing land
Share equals 5.65 Ha (13.97 Acres)


The commonage lands are situated in the townland of Bunnahowna, Mulranny, Westport Co Mayo, off the N59 (Newport to Mulranny road), circa 3 km from the village of Mulranny and circa 14 km from Newport.


1/72nd share of 407.165 hectares. This implies a share area of 5.655 hectares (13.97 acres) (post CPO).

Gross Area Share:
One 72nd share of 2, 2a, & 2b Bunnahowna 79.01311
One 72nd share of 1, 1a, 1b, 1c, 1dGlennamaddoo 130.59461
One 72nd share of 1, 1a, 1b, 1cRosturk 95.33631
One 72nd share of 1, 1a, 1bRosgalliv 102.21851

Total = One 72nd share of 407.1625 = 5.655 Ha (13.97 Acres).

Maps are available upon request.

Pontoon Road, Castlebar, Co. Mayo

June 24, 2024 #


Conveniently located on the Pontoon Road, 1.3kms north of Castlebar town centre. This is a popular mature residential area comprising mainly of detached private houses. This is ideally positioned within close proximity to the excellent retail, business and leisure facilities of Castlebar town centre. Castlebar is the county town of County Mayo which has a large and diverse employment base which includes Mayo University Hospital, Mayo County Council, ATU Castlebar and Baxter. Castlebar is well connected being on the N5, N60, N84, N59 and main rail. Ireland West Airport is located 37kms away.


Comprises a detached substantial dormer bungalow extending to 211sq.m. Built of rendered concrete block with pvc double glazed windows under a pitched slate roof incorporating a number of Velux windows. The property has been extended to the rear with a single storey extension under a flat roof. There is off street parking to the front and a small enclosed private rear garden. The property sits behind permitter walls with mature hedging. Overall, the property requires some refurbishment but presents the opportunity to create a great family home.


The property has the following services;
Sewerage – Mains
Water – Mains
Electricity – Mains
Telecoms – Mains provider
Heating – Oil Fired Central Heating

TITLE – Unregistered Freehold Title

BER E1 – 116785338



ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.77m x 1.9m
Entrance door, extensive glazing

ENTRANCE HALL: 4.22m x 1.74m
Carpeted floor

SITTING ROOM: 4.42m x 3.65m
Carpeted floor, gas fire

RECEPTION ROOM 3.64m x 4.28m
Electric fire, carpeted floor

CENTRAL HALLWAY 1.06m x 10.8m

DINING ROOM: 3.52m x 4.5m
Carpeted Floor

KITCHEN: 4.35m x 3.31m
Tiled floor, fitted kitchen with Formica worktop, basic appliances

BACK HALLWAY 1.0m x 3.55m

TOILET 1.3m x 1.36m
Tiled floor, wc, whb

Stainless steel sink, Formica worktop, shelving, door to rear garden

PRAYER ROOM 1.82m x 2.42m
Vaulted ceiling, carpeted floor, own entrance door

ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.9 m x 1.74m

VIEWINGS – Strictly by prior appointment with the sole selling agents Tuohy OToole (098) 28000


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