- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 118 m²
'Mapel Lodge' is a 1980's build, however the current owners have completely refurbished the property to a very high standard to include additional insulation in the cavity and attic, re plumbed and re wired, new timber and tiled flooring throughout, new kitchen, bathrooms, internal doors, new stove with black boiler, plumbed for solar panels to heat water, to name but a few.
Prepare to be impressed when you enter this home, the entrance hall is bright and welcoming with porcelain tiles creating an airy, natural filled space. The large sitting room just off is inviting and warm, with dual aspect providing a large comfortable living space ideal to entertain guests, with a large solid fuel stove, granite hearth and good quality laminate floor.
The kitchen/dining is located to the rear of the dwelling, with an array of glazing, together with the use of soft pastels colours offers easy living and a generously proportioned space with easy access to the garden and patio area beyond. The newly fitted kitchen has integrated appliances, a large island with a granite worktop.The utility also has fitted units and sink. The property is complete with 4 generous sized bedroom, master Ensuite and a family bathroom. Viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate the standard of finish. Barley Hill is a popular residential area, circa 2.8km from Westport and c. 9km from Newport. There are several schools to pick from in Westport, making this property an ideal family home. The great Western Greenway is located to the rear of the property. There is a large lawned area to the front and rear of the property with a detached storage shed adjacent.
The town of Westport, has something for everyone and attracts young families, holiday makers and
retirees alike with desirable schools, well connected commuter links to Castlebar, Galway and Dublin with the addition of attractive scenery. Westport offers a range of restaurants, public houses, cafes, doctors, dentists and array of convenience and retail shopping. It has become one of Ireland's established tourism centres, with many outstanding features, most notably the beautiful tree lined boulevard known as The Mall, running parallel to the Carrowbeg River. There is much to see and do in and around Westport, from the culture of Westport House & Clew Bay Heritage Centre to cliff jumping into the wild Atlantic and all things in between, such as, soaking in the atmosphere of the bars & restaurants, cycling the Great Western Greenway or tracing the footsteps of our Patron Saint to the top of the Holy Mountain, Croagh Patrick. Westport House is undoubtedly one of Ireland€TM best loved heritage attractions €" and is rightly called the most beautiful house in Ireland.
Located to the rear of the property, an exquisite expanse of cycling and walking routes, what could be
better than taking to the open road and exploring all that the incredible Great Western Greenway has to offer? Ideally placed along the County Mayo stretch of the Wild Atlantic Way, whether hopping in the saddle or grabbing your boots, prepare for unparalleled views and inspiring landscapes. Spanning an impressive 43.5km, it follows part of the 19th-century Midlands Great Western Railway route, which was constructed in order to service what were then more rural areas, such as West Mayo. Set out on the longest off-road walking and cycling trail in Ireland and you€TMl soon escape the shackles of today€TM urban life. Part of the National Cycle Network, greenways are trails designed for shared use by leisure walkers and cyclists, the Great Western Greenway is traffic-free and off-road with a solid surface to travel on, so you€TMl enjoy a super smooth journey whether walking or cycling. Why not take a trail?
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