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Stone Lodge, Altamount Street, Westport, Co Mayo

€290,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 248 sqm approx

Features

  • Town centre period stone built property
  • Comprises of townhouse, annex and unrestored rear section
  • Substantial basement
  • Potential for redevelopment
  • Oil fired heating
  • Option to purchase an adjacent plot of ground
BER D2 Rating

Description

Stone Lodge is a unique stone built two storey over basement period property located in Westport town centre which offers great potential for redevelopment to provide rental income from a number of individual units or conversion to one substantial detached residence.

The property was originally built in the 1840s and its stonework is of an exceptional quality throughout. The front section of the building was restored including sandblasting and repointing of the exterior in 1989 to provide a three bedroom house with a one bedroom annex to the side. Both units have their own oil fired heating boilers and oil tanks.

The house has a floor area of approximately78 sq m/839 sq ft. Accommodation comprises of entrance hall, open plan living/dining/kitchen, three first floor bedrooms (two double and one single) and bathroom. This unit is in need of modernisation, however, it is ready for occupancy if wished. Stud walls allow for reconfiguration of the room layout to suit a new owner’s requirements.

The annex has a floor area of approximately 26.5 sq m/285 sq ft. This unit has its own front door and with some investment including the fitting of a kitchen could be transformed into a one bedroom townhouse. Alternatively, it could easily be incorporated back into the main house as there is an internal connecting door.

Tucked away to the rear of the main property is the magnificent unrestored section of the building, full of distinctive character including an arched entrance doorway, feature arch set into an internal wall and original timber ceiling beams. The floor area extends to approximately 96.3 sq m/1,036.6 sq ft over two storeys.

Subject to planning, this building could be incorporated into the main house or alternatively would suit conversion into a separate residence. Drawings showing the potential conversion to a two bedroom mews are available on request.

In addition there is a substantial basement, floor area approximately 47.7 sq m/513 sq ft accessed via a ramp and external doorway with the original flagstone floor and ceiling beams. The basement, which has electricity and is totally dry, offers potential for a variety of uses.

The property is completed by a small raised garden to the rear.

Rooms

  • MAIN HOUSE
  • Entrance Hall (7.0m x 1.7m Lino flooring, stairs with storage area underneath, doors to side annex and to the rear section of the property)
  • Living/Dining/Kitchen (6.3m x 3.7m Lino flooring, pvc maple kitchen, solid fuel stove)
  • First Floor Landing (1.7m x 1.3m)
  • & (5.1m x 1.7m Laminate floor)
  • Bedroom One (3.35m x 1.5m Single room, carpeted, pine clad walls and ceiling)
  • Bedroom Two (3.3m x 3.16m Carpeted, pine clad walls and ceiling)
  • Bedroom Three (3.6m x 2.7m carpeted, pine clad walls and ceiling)
  • Bathroom (3.35m x 2.0m Lino flooring, bath, shower, wc, whb)
  • ANNEX
  • Living Room (4.8m x 3.3m Carpeted, staircase)
  • Shower Room (3.3m x 1.3m Lino floor, tiled walls, shower, wc, whb)
  • First Floor Bedroom (2.65m x 2.4m Carpeted)
  • STONE BUILDING
  • Ground Floor (10.7m x 4.5m Stone exterior and interior, feature stone arch, stone stairs to first floor)
  • First Floor (10.7m x 4.5m)
  • Basement (7.45m x 6.4m Flagstone floor, beamed ceiling, accessed via ramp and external doorway)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D2
  • Number: 105049332
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 291.57

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.

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