Idyllic Irish registered thatched roof cottage for sale in County Mayo's countryside
Look at this iconic beauty dubbed “Beech Tree Cottage” with her white washed stone set against the pop of red trim! I’m dying over here over pretty much everything — that stable door, those slate tiles in the living room, the pitched ceilings, all the thick stone walls, and of course that roof. And can we just have a moment of silence for that fireplace insert in the most gorgeous shade of green I have ever seen?!
With a dwindling number of thatched cottages left on the whole island of Ireland, these dwellings are more precious than ever. As durable as they are environmentally friendly, Irish thatched cottages are the products of centuries of history and tradition. While they currently make up a minuscule percent of the total housing stock in Ireland, in the 1800s, as much as half of the population slept under thatched roofs. (Source: IrishCentral.com)
Claremorris (5.5 miles from the property) is a vibrant and thriving town steeped in history in an area of rolling drumlins, eskers, woods and impressive lakes. It has a strong infrastructure with a good road network, and has become a popular commuter town for both Galway and Castlebar. It is well serviced by buses and trains, lying on the main rail line from Dublin to Westport. (Source: Mayo-Ireland.ie)
From the Listing Agent:
"Beautiful, charming traditional stone cottage situated in the peaceful townland of Treangarve. The property is conveniently located just 3km from Ballindine village, which sits on the N17 Sligo-Galway road. Ireland West Airport Knock is less than 30 minutes away by car. This property comes to the market in excellent condition and has been carefully renovated to hold all its traditional character and charm. The thatched roof, coupled with the whitewash finish and red trim gives this traditional cottage real character. Internally, the house is in excellent condition. It is heated via a dry-fuel stove in the living room and electric storage heaters throughout. The house sits on an attractive, mature wooded site of approximately 0.4 acres. There is an old stone outbuilding to the rear of the house which has restoration potential and the large garden to the side offers plenty of space for growing vegetables with the addittion of a polytunnel. This property comes to the market in excellent condition and viewing comes highly recommended. Living Room 3.7m x 3.8m. With a tiled floor. Exposed beams to the ceiling. traditional open fireplace with a stove fitted. Bedroom 1 2.5m x 3.8m. Double room with a carpet floor. An open fireplace with an ornate metal surround. Bathroom 1.8m x 2.5m. With a tiled floor. Wash hand basin with a tiled splash back, WC and bath tub with a shower head above. Bedroom 2 3.7m x 3.8m. Double room with a carpet floor and a tongue and groove ceiling with exposed timber beams. Open Plan Kitchen Dining Room 5m x 3.4m. With a slate effect tiled floor. Timber tongue and groove ceiling with exposed timber beams. Ample amount of storage. Intergrated hob, oven and dishwasher. French doors leading to the rear of the property."
2 Beds • 1 Bath • .4 Acres
Location: Treangarve County Mayo Ireland
Airport: Knock 30 minutes
Source: Sherry Fitzgerald
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