Sherry FitzGerald Crowley are delighted to announce the next phase of Westport’s newest development Slí Na Misean’ at the West Road, Westport, Co Mayo. These properties are a combination of 4 bedroom detached homes and 4 bedroom homes with the addition of a one bedroom self contained apartment to the side.
The A rated energy efficient properties will be finished to an extremely high standard with high quality finishes throughout including a P.C. sum for the kitchen and utility room, oak internal floors, fireplaces with solid fuel stoves and fully finished bathrooms. Floor finishes are not included as standard in these properties. Please note that only the end of row properties have a stone faced gable.
The four bedroom detached properties have a floor area of approximately 156.36 sqm (1,683sqft). Ground floor accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, spacious kitchen/dining room, living room, bedroom/study, utility room and bathroom. First floor consists of three bedrooms (master en suite), main bathroom and hotpress.
The four bedroom properties with the one bedroom self contained apartment have a floor area of approximately 192.71 sqm (2,074sqft). The layout is similar to that of the four bedroom, however, the one Bedroom apartment comprises of a kitchen/living/dining room, bedroom and bathroom. This is ideal for someone with an elderly parent/relative or possibly someone interested in doing short or long term lets.
Slí Na Misean is located approximately 1km from Westport Town centre and offers wonderful views of Croagh Patrick. The greenway walking path is situated across the road from this development and gives you direct access to Westport or alternatively to The Quay area of town, both offering a range of amenities such as shops, schools, hotels and Restaurants.
A Energy rated houses
Triple glazed windows
Air source heat pump
Internal walnut doors
Fireplace with inset stove
PC sum of €6,000 for kitchen and utility
Painted internally and externally
External block walls
Cavity walls pumped with insulation
Air tightness test