Ballymore, Attymass, Ballina, Co. Mayo

July 20, 2018
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In the heart of County Mayo, this detached property is superbly positioned on an elevated site overlooking Ballymore Lake with Nephin as its backdrop. Surrounded by 10.57 acres (approx.) the property extends to 231.9 sq. m./2,496 sq. ft. of accommodation.

This superb property is less than 20 years old and is in one of the most glorious settings you will find in Ireland, incorporating views of Ballymore Lake, Cartron Lake and Lough Caorhann with the majestic Nephin mountain in the distance. A charming house where one’s eye is constantly drawn to the fabulous views over the lake.
Approached by a gravel driveway with mature hedging and views of the lake the residence is a bright and welcoming space, perfect for both relaxing and entertaining. The kitchen is spacious with extensive fitted storage, dining room with French doors to a sun drenched private seating area, large reception room with feature fireplace, recessed lighting and access to the garden and uninterrupted views of Ballymore Lake. The master suite boasts a separate his and her walk-in wardrobes, en-suite bathroom and French doors out onto the garden. There are a further 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a utility room.
The house links seamlessly with the gardens, the lake and the surrounding landscape, epitomized not only by the abundance of windows offering a plenitude of sunlight but also, by the French doors which directly link onto the beautifully maintained gardens that make this property extremely private.

Attymass is a small rural village steeped in history and winners of ‘The Pride of Place Award 2017’. The Fr Peyton Centre is one of the main hubs in the village nestled at the foothills of the Ox Mountains, making it a walker’s paradise. This property is just a 10-minute drive to Ballina town which is situated on the River Moy famous for its salmon fishing. Foxford Woollen Mills and the wonderful Museum of Country Life at Turlough Park near Castlebar are both just a short drive away. The Ceide Fields in North Mayo, along the Wild Atlantic Way, are less than an hour’s drive away, contain the most extensive Stone Age settlement in the world and are almost 6,000 years old. Situated just a 3-hour drive from Dublin and 40 minutes from Ireland West Airport Knock, this property at Ballymore is magnificently positioned for a variety of cultural and sporting activities.

Further information available at: http://www.sherryfitz.ie/?BLN180121_S