Modernised Period Property For Sale in Co. Sligo
Modernised 6 bedroom period property looking out over Mullaghmore Harbour and the Atlantic Ocean.
Contact: Liam McCarthy
Phone: +353 (0)1 663 4359
The entrance door opens into a spacious entrance hall with a beautifully finished solid wood staircase offering access to the levels above. On this floor, there are two luxurious ensuite bedrooms which are private and ideal for guests. Continuing through the hallway is a utility room, laundry and shower room which is very useful for days at the beach and storing your water sports equipment. The first floor is a most impressive level featuring an open plan kitchen / sitting / dining room which is the focal point of the home. The kitchen includes an AGA, central island and fully fitted ground and wall units. Also on this floor is a living / TV room (ideal for children), family bathroom, shower room and a bedroom with ensuite. On the second there are two further bedroom suites. Both rooms are ensuite, spacious and include walk-in wardrobes and views of the sea.
One of the main characteristics of the home is the attention to detail in the finish of the home. The wood floors throughout the home are of the highest quality and the bathrooms are modern and beautifully decorated.
In all the accommodation extends to about 494 sq m / 5,322 sq ft, with a full layout shown on the accompanying floorplans.
There is a paved area to the rear of the house with a gated rear entrance providing vehicular access and parking. The current owners dine here regularly during the summer months.
Mullaghmore is located in the beautiful county of Sligo amidst the unspoiled landscape of dramatic mountain ranges, verdant rolling hills, ancient woodlands, pristine lakes and glimmering beaches. It is a popular coastal village which offers local amenities while there are further options available in both Bundoran (15 km) and Sligo (26 km).
Sligo is the capital of the Northwest region and one of Ireland’s largest towns. It offers a wide range of services, amenities, cultural activities and educational opportunities. As the educational hub of the northwest, it has two universities, along with top class secondary and primary education. The Sligo coastline is the home of spectacular beaches and coastal villages, including Mullaghmore, Rosses Point, Strandhill, Enniscrone and Streedagh’s beach.
The area is popular amongst holidaymakers and is renowned surfer’s paradise. Mullaghmore Beach is regarded as one of the best beaches in Sligo for watersports including surfing and windsurfing. It is also becoming internationally renowned as one of the world’s big-wave surf destinations attracting pro-surfers from all over the world to the surrounding area.
For outdoor enthusiasts Sligo offers an abundance of activities including golfing, horse riding, hiking, sailing, surfing, kayaking, fishing and hunting. For golfing enthusiasts, County Sligo Golf Club in Rosses Point (27 km), is home of the West of Ireland Golf Championship and one of the world’s great Links courses. Nearby golf courses also include Bundoran Golf Club (16 km), Strandhill Golf Club (35 km) and Donegal Golf Club (37 km).
For walkers there is a lovely coastal walking route around Mullaghmore Head while for more adventurous hikers there is Benbulben (15 km), also known as ‘Table Mountain’, which forms part of the Dartry Mountains and also Knocknarea (32 km).
The surrounding area has an excellent transportation system with the N4 and mainline train connecting Sligo to Dublin and the N17 connecting Sligo to Galway and Limerick. Ireland West Airport Knock is 80 km to the south of the property and offers flights to a range of European destinations.
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