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Burnside Cottage, Keel West, Dooagh, Achill, F28 R520

NEW TO THE MARKET

On the instructions of the owner we are offering for sale Burnside Cottage with outbuildings and on approximately 4.99 acres of land at Keel West, Dooagh, Achill.

 

This property is located on a quiet cul de sac adjacent to Gielty’s bar and restaurant on route to the most westerly point of Achill, Keem Bay. It is conveniently situated close to Dooagh Beach, Dooagh Loop walk, Croaghaun Mountain, Corrymore lake, Annagh and Keem Bay.

 

This traditional style cottage with large flat roof extension to the rear comprises of approximately 142.83 square meters in area. This property has solid fuel and oil fired central heating and is in need of some refurbishment.

 

Sitting room with open fire 4.65m X 3.65m

Kitchen 4.02m X 3.5m

Bedroom one 2.63m X 3.57m

Bedroom two 3.57m X 3.22m

Bedroom three 3.05m X 3.50m

Bedroom four 3.27m X 3.5m with shower

Hallway 0.92 X 12m

Bathroom 3.57m X 3.22m

Toilet 0.89m X 1.71m

 

The outbuildings consist of stone and block built buildings comprising of approximately 110 sq meters in area.

 

LAND

The land stretches in a northerly direction from the main residence along the river. The land is of mixed quality green land.  This land appears to have potential for housing development, which would be subject to planning permission.

 

This property offers a potential buyer a traditional style house and land which is suitable for a variety of purposes.

 

The property is serviced with mains water, mains electricity and main sewerage.

 

Achill is a unique Tourist Centre on the Wild Atlantic Way and Great Western Greenway.  It has five Blue Flag Beaches, Keel, Keem, Silver strand, Dugort, Golden Strand, Dugort and Dooega. It has a multitude of water based sporting activities, including surfing, paddle boarding, kite surfing, swimming and boating.  The magnificent Minaun Cliffs, Slievemore and Croaghaun Mountains are idyllic locations for hiking, trekking and walking as are the many loop walks throughout the Island.

There is also an Equestrian Centre, Golf Course, Children’s Playground at Achill Sound and Keel, Aquarium, Adventure Centre and outdoor pursuit centres. From a cultural perspective Scoil Acla is a mecca for Irish Music and Literature.

It is an Artist Haven with its unique light and scenery where Paul Henry the famous artist lived and painted many Achill landscapes.

Ref No:    A1091                                                                                                                   BER: G


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