Thursday, June 30, 2022

What: Three-bed bungalow

Where: Sraheens, Achill Sound, Achill, Co Mayo, F28 H1F7

How much: €165,000

This charming 3-bedroom cottage is located along the Atlantic Drive at Sraheens on Achill Island and comes with panoramic sea views.

According to O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Ltd, it is built on an elevated site of approx. 0.52 hectares (1.28 acres) with further lands totalling 1.24 hectares (3.06 acres) across the road, this bright and airy property has been renovated, dry-lined and fitted with new windows and doors.

Accommodation of the cottage comprises a living room with an open fireplace, a fully fitted kitchen, a dining area and a family bathroom. The three bedrooms include a twin room, a double room and a very large family bedroom, currently accommodating both a double and single bed.

The house is in walk-in condition.

To the front of the cottage the elevated patio is protected with a railing and there is a large, dry garage on the property for storage.

Achill Island is a very popular tourist destination off the coast of County Mayo, along the Wild Atlantic Way, and is known for its Blue Flag beaches and soaring sea cliffs. The island has a 9-hole golf course, multiple water sports including kayaking and surfing with surf board hire and surf board lessons available. There is also great hill climbing, perfect for the outdoor type.

The Silverstrand Beach at Dugort is only 10 mins away, the stunning Keel Beach is a 16 min drive and the world-renowned Keem Bay is at the end of the island. Sraheens is located less than an hour from the town of Westport and 90 mins from Ireland West International Airport at Knock. The immediate area offers a supermarket, church, shops and pubs and are all within walking distance.

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