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Ballyteige, Glenhest, Newport, Co. Mayo


Price
€275,000

Type
Bungalow House

Status
For Sale

BEDROOMS
1

BATHROOMS
1

BER
BER
F

BER No: 105000830
EPI: 439.37 kWh/m2/yr

Brochure
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Area
65 sq.m.

Description

LOCATION

This property is located about 8.7kms northeast of Newport, Co. Mayo in the townland of Ballyteige, Glenhest. This is a rural location largely comprising of farmland. Beltra Lough which is a renowned Fresh Water Fishery is located to the east.
Access to the property is mainly via the R317 which connects to a local roadway which the property fronts. Newport is about a 10 minute drive and is a charming town built on the Black Oak River. Positioned on the Wild Atlantic Way and on the inner Shores of Clew Bay, the Greenway runs through the town leading south to Westport and northwards to Achill Island. Essential shopping and award winning butchers are located here together with a caf and bars serving excellent bar food.
Newport 8.7km, Westport 21kms, Castlebar 24kms, Galway 97kms, Knock Airport 59kms

DESCRIPTION

The property comprises of a 1 bed cottage of approximately 65 sq.m, positioned on a very generous site of 1.3 acres. The cottage, which was built in about 1932, is constructed of white washed rendered stone walls with painted hardwood double glazed windows and a pitched slate roof. Internally, great care and attention to detail is evident throughout this charming cottage. The current owners have kept the traditional feel whilst ensuring all utilities are modern and efficient.
The largest outbuilding, at 70 sq. m. approx, it stone-built under a pitched slate roof. This building is similarly double glazed, as well as fully insulated, plumbed internally for heating and hot water (via an independent oil-fired system) and has lighting and power fed from a modern consumer unit. A range of bespoke storage cupboards are installed under wooden workbenches. It also has a large multi-fuel stove, a shower area and toilet plus further adaptable store rooms.

FEATURES
Fully restored and in excellent condition throughout
Farrow & Ball and Little Greene Paints used throughout
Predominantly reclaimed timber flooring. Large original flagstone area in largest shed, ceramic tiling
Recently upgraded plumbing to include oeoule 200 litre fully insulated tank and Grundfos pump providing ample hot water and pressure to hot and cold supplies
Oil fired central heating serving hot water and radiators. Immersion back up
Solid fuel stoves in cottage and workshop
High vaulted panelled and painted ceilings, painted Spanish plaster finish throughout
Bespoke internal ledge and brace doors throughout
Mature landscaped site

COTTAGE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE PORCH:
Tiled floor and walls, timber panelled ceiling
1.8 m x 1.26 m

KITCHEN/DINING: Vaulted timber panelled ceiling with exposed timber beams, polished reclaimed timber floors, painted Shaker style kitchen with timber worktop, Belfast sink, feature hanging lights, glazed door to front garden 4.1m x 4.4m

LIVING ROOM: Vaulted timber panelled ceiling, polished reclaimed timber floor, painted rendered walls, feature stone fireplace surround with solid fuel stove
4.17m x 3.28m

BEDROOM (1): Vaulted timber panelled ceiling, reclaimed timber floor, painted rendered walls
4.22m x 3.05m

BATHROOM:
Tiled floor, part timber panelled, part painted rendered walls, timber panelled ceiling, tiled surround to bath, shower, sink, wc, whb
2.76m x 1.86m

BACK HALLWAY/UTILITY ROOM: Tiled floor, timber panelled ceiling, custom-made storage, tiled floor
3.87 m x 1.8 m

WORKSHOP

MAIN ROOM: Largest room is open plan, with timber panelled vaulted ceiling, multi-fuel stove, part reclaimed timber floor, part original flagstone floors, painted storage cabinets under wooden work surfaces. Ample power outlets and plumbed for sink
9.45m x 3.87m

HALLWAY: Timber panelled and painted ceiling, rendered walls, tiled floor, mezzanine storage area
2.19m x 1.51m

FURTHER ROOM: Timber panelled and painted ceiling, painted rendered walls, glazed and timber door. Hot Press housing oil-fired boiler, insulated tank and shower pump.
3.83m x 3.77m

STORAGE ROOM Timber panelled and painted ceiling, rendered walls
3.83m x 1.788m

SHOWER ROOM: Tiled floor, shower area, wc, whb
2.2m x 2.0m

DESCRIPTION

The lands extend to 0.53 Hectares (1.30 Acres)

SERVICES

The property has the following services:-

Water " Group water scheme
Sewerage " On site septic tank
Electricity- Mains
Heating " Oil Fired central heating with two separate boilers
Broadband " Mobile Broadband Hub / 4G LTE

TITLE - Freehold Title held within Folio MY76577F

VIEWINGS " Strictly by prior appointment with sole selling agents. Contact Gerard OTMoole or Elaine Fox at Tuohy OTMoole (098) 28000

DIRECTIONS

Take the R317 from Newport. Follow road and turn right after 6.2 kms. Follow this local road for a further 2.5 kms and the property is positioned on the left hand side of the road. Alternatively follow the Eircode on your GPS/Google maps

Features

  • Opportunity to acquire restored and very well presented 1 bed cottage on mature site plus outbuildings
  • Located 8.7 kms from Newport, surrounded by lovely countryside. 0.4 km from Lough Beltra
  • Utterly charming cottage in excellent condition throughout
  • Large landscaped land holding of 1.3 acres
  • Benefits from a large stone-built workshop/studio plus further block-built turf shed/wood store and large open ended garage
  • Mature, well laid out site with two entrances, various fruit trees and wildlife friendly areas