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4 Mill Street, Westport, Co Mayo

€150,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 81 sqm approx

BER G Rating

Description

4 Mill Street is an exceptionally well located mid-terrace property in the centre of Westport town which currently comprises of two residential units in need of complete refurbishment/modernisation.

The property has a total floor area of approximately 81.3 sq m/875 sq ft that if wished offers potential for conversion to one larger home.

Properties such as this are sought after and rarely come to the market. It is an ideal opportunity for a small builder or investor as there is currently an unprecedented demand for rental homes in Westport town.

The property is set in Westport’s town centre with easy access to many amenities such as schools, shops, churches, restaurants and bars.

Unit One

This unit has a floor area of approximately 51.9 sq m/559 sq ft and comprises of porch/living room, kitchen, storage area, two bedrooms, shower room and WC. Externally, there is a yard to the rear.

Unit Two

This unit has a floor area of approximately 29.4sqm/316sqft and consists of a living room, kitchen, utility room, one bedroom, shower room and WC.

Rooms

  • UNIT ONE
  • Porch & Living Room (5.7m x 3.0m Open fire, stairs, access to alleyway)
  • Kitchen (3.6m x 2.0m)
  • WC (2.4m x 0.9m wc, whb)
  • Shower Room (2.4m x 1.45m Shower)
  • Store (3.6m x 1.45m)
  • First Floor Landing (2.3m x 1.1m)
  • Bedroom One (2.6m x 1.9m)
  • Bedroom Two (3.1m x 3.0m)
  • UNIT TWO
  • Living Room (3.7m x 2.2m)
  • Kitchen (2.2m x 2.1m)
  • Back Hall (1.6m x 1.0m)
  • WC (1.6m x 1.2m)
  • Utility Room (2.2m x 2.0m)
  • First Floor
  • Bedroom One (2.3m x 2.1m)
  • Shower Room (2.6m x 1.5m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER G
  • Number: 110236023
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 533.41

About the Area

Westport is a town in County Mayo, situated at the south-east corner of Clew Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a popular tourist destination, and scores highly for Quality of Life. It has also won the prestigious Irish Tidy Towns Competition three times; in 2001, 2006 and 2008. In 2012 it won the Best Place to Live in Ireland competition run by The Irish Times. This highlights the strong community values in the area.

Between the last two censuses (2006 and 2011) the town has shown growth in population, from 5163 to 5543.