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Slievemore Road, Dooagh, Achill, Co. Mayo F28 VW13

Price: €59,000



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House Slievemore Road Dooagh

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No of Beds: 4
Property Type: Cottage
Location: Dooagh
Region: Achill Island

Achill Island Property is excited to bring to market this traditional cottage in the village of Dooagh on Achill Island. In need of extensive refurbishment and an abundance of TLC it has huge potential as a getaway or family home.

Ideally located with easy access to the Wild Atlantic Way this home has much to offer with 123.4 sq mt of floor area (gross external) and a large site (circa 0.34 hecatres) with traditional outbuildings to the rear.


Accessible location
Mains services
PVC Double glazed windows
Oil fired central heating

Achill Island Property is your property partner in Achill!

Achill Island is host to a range of activities to cater for all tastes. Water is at the centre of the leisure industry on the island, having many providers ready to spoil you, and the rolling, rugged landscape offers a multitude of choice for those with a preference for terra firma. Whether surfing, sailing or snorkelling, cycling, hiking or golfing, Achill Island has something for everyone.

As a muse to many over the centuries, Achill has a strong cultural and artistic community that is active all year round, for the enjoyment of locals and visitors alike. If you are thinking of making Achill Island your home, there is much for you to discover!

Strategically located at the heart of The Wild Atlantic Way, Achill Island is less than an hours drive from larger centres such as Westport and Castlebar, with Ireland West Airport Knock only a little further out the road for those from further afield!

Achill Island Property gives notice that these particulars/dimensions, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. All intending purchasers should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy.