Mayo house for sale
A B2-rated 5-bed home “nestled in the picturesque setting” of the Nephin Mountain range” offers what the selling agent believes is a “unique opportunity to live in a tranquil and beautiful part of Co. Mayo”.
According to Chambers Auctioneers, the views and settings of this property in Srahmore, Newport, are “idyllic”, and “such a magnificent property rarely comes to the market”.
The agent claims that the house is in “impeccable condition” and is a “walk-in key-in-door” for any potential buyer.
This “aesthetically” designed house, which extends to 4,000 sq feet internally, is built and furnished to “a very high” standard and is “unique in structure and style”.
The agent noted that the house is finished to “a very high standard of craftsmanship & specification”.
Mayo house for sale
Accommodation consists of a reception, a sitting room, a sunroom/playroom, a kitchen, a utility room, a study/storeroom, five bedrooms and bathrooms.
Furthermore, there is a separate built-in cloakroom and toilet fully tiled off the reception area and a sheltered patio area.
Commenting on the listing, the agent said:
“The views from the house are spectacular, especially from the large upstairs bedroom, the downstairs living area and the open plan area.”
“The garden has trees, shrubbery a driveway, ornate wrought iron gates and a stone wall.”
“The natural slate roof blends in with the environs. There is outside lighting, outside power points and outside tap,” the agent concluded.
In terms of location, the residence is within walking distance of Nephin National Park and Letterkeen forest at Shramore, 11.3 km from Newport Town.
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Meanwhile, Keenan Auctioneers is seeking just over €11,450/acre for a circa 24-acre non-residential farm in Co Meath.
According to the selling agent, the farm is in a “strong” agricultural area in Cormeem, Moynalty.
This c. 24 non-residential farm at Cormeen, Moynalty, Co. Meath comes to the market in excellent condition.
You will find the property on the edge of Cormeen village, just c. 800 metres off the R164 Kingscourt-Moynalty Road and is easily accessible. It is just 15 minutes from Kells and the M3 Motorway to Dublin.