Back to site

©2024. All rights reserved.
Crafted by 4Property.

Ballynalty, Headford, Galway, H91 RYC1


Type
Detached House

Status
Sale Agreed

BEDROOMS
4

BATHROOMS
2

Size
186 sq.m.
0.60 acres

BER
BER
C3
BER No: 116913708
EPI: 210.48 kWh/m2/yr

Description

EIRCODE: H91 RYC1

PROPERTY PARTNERS EMMA GILL is pleased to bring to market this exceptional four-bedroom family home just a stone’s throw from the shores of Lough Corrib in south Mayo (on the boarder of County Galway).

This exquisite property comprises an incredible 180sq. m. (1,983 sq. ft.) of floor space, set on a stunning 0.6-acre site which enjoys views of Lough Corrib to rear.

It occupies a dream location. Set in an idyllic rural townland of Ballinanalty in beautiful south Mayo and on the shores of one of Ireland’s most iconic waterways, Lough Corrib, this elegant family home is just 10 minutes from Headford Town and a 40-minute commute from Galway City. The property is located 2.6 km from Ballycurrin Lighthouse which is situated on the eastern shore of Lough Corrib, Ireland’s second-largest lake.

ACCOMMODATION

Built in 1997, this is a beautifully appointed and finished property.

It has been designed to accommodate the ever-changing needs of a modern, growing family but the star feature of this remarkable prospect is its dream setting which offers all the benefits of country living with convenient access to one of the west of Ireland’s key urban centres, Galway City.

With its beautiful dual, bay-fronted design, this property and its immaculate lawns and neat landscaping and boundaries create all the right impressions on approaching its open-porched entrance.

Accented with pitch pine and rustic brickwork finishes throughout, the interior is completely in sync in its stunning lakeshore setting and speaks of a dream lifestyle in a highly sought-after location.

The homely entrance hall is bordered by two of the property’s four bedrooms and intersects with the main corridor off which all of the other rooms of this house are set.
The master bedroom occupies the bay-fronted left end of this bungalow and features impressive built-in wardrobes and a beautifully finished ensuite bathroom
.
The other bay-fronted room at the opposite end of the front façade is the main living room. It is a cosy and welcoming space with luxurious touches including a marble fireplace with inset stove as well as built-in TV/storage unit.

The fourth bedroom is at the rear of the house and next to that is the main family bathroom which has a gorgeous marble sink and vanity area, a fitted bath with shower panel and exquisite floor-to- ceiling tiling.

The remaining accommodation consists of reception/lounging areas including a spacious kitchen/diner that opens into a beautiful sunroom which offers lake views.

This wonderful area is full of rustic charm thanks to beautiful features including a show-stopping brickwork fireplace with standalone cast iron stove in the dining area, timber-panelled ceilings throughout and stunning views out over the southwest facing rear garden and lush surrounding countryside.

The kitchen has beautiful solid wood fitted units and a spacious, adjoining utility space. The sunroom has double doors that open onto an outdoor patio area and the back garden.
Outside in the back garden is yet another bonus feature – an extensive garage.

VIEWING

From location to setting, design, space and finish, this Ballinanalty home has it all and is likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers.

Early viewing is highly recommended. Call Property Partners text/WhatsApp Claire Glynn on 087 9655584 or call 091 884000 to arrange yours.

Features

  • High-speed broadband available
  • Lake View
  • 0.6 acres site including Southwest facing rear garden
  • Pumped cavity walls attic insulation (upgraded)
  • 2 stoves (oil & solid fuel)
  • Stira stairs and roof space suitable for conversion (subject to PP)
  • 2.6km away from Ballycurrin Llighthouse

Directions

Eircode: H91 RYC1

This property is located along the L5666 route that links the towns of Cross and Headford – the former being just a six-minute drive away and the latter being accessible via a 10-minute commute.

Cross has a fascinating history that can be traced back to the seventh century as well as strong mythological associations and is, of course, just a few minutes away from the tourist Mecca of Cong and Ashford Castle.

Headford offers a comprehensive range of amenities and services including schools, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, a hotel and great sporting facilities.

Galway City is a 40-minute drive away from Ballinanalty while Ireland West Airport Knock is a 50-minute commute.
Privacy Policy

Pagespeed Optimization by Lighthouse.