Price: 230.000 EUROS
An interesting building with history, which used to be the old Rectory of Pollatomish, built in 1852 servicing the adjacent church, now demolished. It was later considerably extended in 1969, and run as an An Aioge Youth Hostel till 1996.
The current owners bought the property in 1997, added a conservatory and comprehensively modernised the building and converted it back for private use.
The property is comprised of hallway with terracotta floor and storage space. Sitting room with flagstone floor, solid fuel stove with stone surround fireplace and mantelpiece. Dining room with flagstone floor. Kitchen with flagstone floor, stainless steel worktops, fridge-freezer, gas points, in need of modernisation.
Utility room/bathroom upstairs has solid concrete floor, plumbed for washing machine, plumbed for dryer, worktops, shower, washbasins and two toilets. Family bathroom with cork tiled three wash hand basins, shower, two WCs, storage unit and has sea views.
Corridor/landing with sky light. Bedroom one has vaulted ceilings and window with sea view. Bedroom two also has vaulted ceilings. Bedroom three has wood-panelled ceiling with access to loft. Bedroom four. Bedroom five is currently used as an office and has phone and broadband points.
The annex/Granny Flat is comprised of conservatory with tiled floor, panoramic windows and own access to the garden. Kitchen with flagstone floor, solid pine fitted units, melamine worktops, gas cooker, electric oven, fridge-freezer and integrated washing machine. Sitting room, store room with built-in shelving and bedroom with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, WC & wash hand basin. Landline telephone point.
Access is via a private driveway, off quiet rural road. Large parking area to the front of the house. Outside is a 7m x 3m poly tunnel, stone-build shed and wooden shed. Organic raised vegetable beds, mature trees including fruit and nut, mature hedging, shelter belt surrounding and two ponds. Sea views from the property.
The property has mains electricity, group water scheme, two telephone landlines, Broadband available but currently not connected. Wooden double-glazed windows and hardwood sash windows to the front of the property. Fire alarm. LPG central heating powered by 2 combination boilers, 1 for the main house and 1 for the separate granny annex. These separate systems can also act as backup for each other. Additional storage heaters.
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, in the peaceful village of Pollatomish, it is within walking distance of the National School, Post Office/General store and two pubs. This property has beautiful views of Sruwaddacon bay estuary and the sea beyond as well as the surrounding hills and unspoiled landscape. Belmullet is 22 km, Castlebar 74 km and Knock international airport 100 km.
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- The Old Rectory