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Glenedagh, Ballycastle, Co. Mayo F26YY16


Type
Bungalow House

Status
Sale Agreed

BEDROOMS
2

BATHROOMS
1

Size
58 sq.m.

BER
BER
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BER No: 100570217
EPI: 457.87 kWh/m2/yr

Brochure
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Description

Ballycastle is a picturesque village situated on the Northwest Coast of Ireland where it lies close to the Wild Atlantic Ocean. The coastal waters are becoming ever more popular with scuba divers. Sheltered launching area and excellent diving conditions ensure that diving can take place for nine months of the year. The entire coastline provides a range of truly spectacular dives. These, coupled with wholly unpolluted waters, excellent visibility and abundant sea life all contribute to make this area of North Mayo an attractive location for diving enthusiasts.
For the fisherman, the local waters are home to Pollack, Coalfish, Bream, Whiting, Cod, Herring, Mackerel, Salmon, Dogfish, Plaice, Sole, Ray, Flounder and Halibut.

There is so much to offer along the Wild Atlantic Way from local historical sites like Downpatrck’s Head, Ceide Fields, Doonfeeny Standing Stone, and Belderrig natural pool. Much of the countryside lies undisturbed, resulting in a variety of natural habitats such as blanket bog, mountain, lowland meadow, marsh, rocky shore, cliff, beach etc. A rich lichen flora indicates particularly clean air, and our sea waters are renowned for their clarity, rewarding divers with spectacular views.
The local beach is situated about one mile north of Ballycastle on the southern end of Bunatrahir Bay where it is bordered by sand dunes which makes it ideal for sunbathing. The waters are clean and safe for swimming.

This property is located a short 13minute drive to Balycastle town where all the local amenities from schools, church shops, restaurants and beaches.

Features

  • Two bedroom bungalow situated on Circa 1.65Acres
  • 13 minute drive to Ballycastle village.
  • Local amenities schools church shop pubs restaurants and beach.
  • Along the Wild Atlantic Way.
  • Local historical sites Downpatricks Head Ceide Fields Doonfeeny Standing Stone Belderrig pool.
  • Eircode F26YY16

Accommodation

Entrance - 3.72m (12'2") x 1m (3'3")
Opens into the Living/Kitchen. Leads to all areas of the residence.

Living Room/Kitchen - 4.05m (13'3") x 4.24m (13'11")
Large open Living / kitchen. It has black tile flooring and neutral wall decor. Wood panel ceiling and large stone fireplace with wood burning stove. There is wood cabinetry and a window which enables views of the rear of the property.

Utility - 3.78m (12'5") x 3.98m (13'1")
Light utility which can be accessed from side of the property. It has tile flooring and neutral wall decor. This utility leads to all areas of the property.

Bedroom 1 - 2.92m (9'7") x 3.49m (11'5")
Double bedroom with wood flooring, light wall decor and wood panel ceiling. A window provides natural light to this room.

Bedroom 2 - 1.9m (6'3") x 3.78m (12'5")
Bedroom located to the front of the property. Has wood flooring, neutral wall decor and a window that enables natural light to enter the room.

Bathroom - 2.78m (9'1") x 1.67m (5'6")
Bright bathroom with tile flooring and partial wood panelling on the walls along with white wall decor. There is wood panel ceilings, toilet, bath/shower and a was hand basin. The window provides natural light and views to this space.


Note:
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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