IN THE CURRENT high-demand property market, it’s tough to get a sense of what exactly your money is worth. We’re here to make things simpler.
Each week, we handpick a number of homes within a similar budget in one location, to give you a snapshot of the property landscape at a set price point.
This week, we’re looking at properties around Mayo with an asking price of exactly €250,00 – including a charming cottage in Ballinaleck and a seven-bed B&B with potential in Bangor Erris.
Tucked away in the quiet Co Mayo countryside on a 0.75 acre site, Swallows Nest is a traditional Irish cottage with plenty of charm and character. Measuring 1,803 sq ft, the three-bed residence was extensively renovated in 2018 and boasts a thoughtfully-designed interior.
Features include original stone walls, solid wood flooring, a wood-burning stove and an attractive kitchen with timber worktops. With all contents included, Swallows Nest is sure to appeal to buyers looking for a fuss-free move.
Coming to the market in turn-key condition, 3 Oakwood is a modern and spacious five-bed property. Built in 2004, the residence has recently been refurbished throughout its 1,587 sq ft.
The accommodation comprises a light-filled sitting room, kitchen and dining area, three bathrooms, four double bedrooms and one single bedroom. There’s a large cobblelock driveway to the front and a sizeable lawn to the rear. Castlebar town is a 20-minute drive away.
Located on an elevated site with views of the rolling countryside, Ennisdrum House boasts an impressive seven bedrooms and six bathrooms. It currently operates as a B&B and features a spacious interior of 2,316 sq ft.
The property was built in 1996 and extended in 1999 and, while in great condition, could benefit from some modern touches. Bangor Erris village is less than a five-minute walk away.
Overlooking Kiltimagh town and the surrounding countryside, this four-bed property is ideally located for buyers who are searching for a peaceful and quiet place to call ‘home’. There’s a large lawn to the front and side, as well as two garages and a vegetable garden.
Features throughout the home include wooden floors, double glazed windows and dual fuel central heating, while the kitchen and dining room benefits from a solid fuel stove. Kiltimagh town is a five-minute drive away.