Beautiful 2 Bedroom Bungalow, Knock, Ireland
Beautiful 2 Bedroom Bungalow, Knock, Ireland
Euroresales Property ID – 9825951
This fantastic 2-bedroom house is perfectly located in the picturesque town of Knock, in county Mayo, Ireland, and is perfect for anyone looking to live in comfort and space, all whilst making a shrewd financial investment.
Along with 2 double bedrooms, the house also contains a spacious living room, bathroom, and a beautiful garden area. The property is situated in the Carramore Meadows development, meaning the surrounding area is constantly maintained to the highest standards by the staff at the development.
As well as being a modern, comfortable and spacious and place to live, this bungalow is perfect for discovering the many wonders of Irelands famous heritage, due to its location in Knock, which attracts visitors from all over the world thanks to the Knock Shrine. Thanks to its convenient location, this property also has huge rental potential with many of the other bungalows on the site being successfully rented out at the moment.
Beautifully presented, 2-bedroom mid-terrace bungalow located in the pristinely maintained Carrowmore Meadows development in Knock. The house comes fully furnished and is ready for immediate occupation.
A small porch leads into a good-sized sitting room with a gas fire and marble surround. The gas fire provides cosy warmth without the hassle and dirt of an open fire.
There are double doors leading into the kitchen/dining room which in turn has a door which leads out to the rear lawn. There are 2 double bedrooms, both with built in storage. The bathroom is fully tiled with a corner shower.
Recent upgrades to the house include: a new composite front door, additional insulation in the attic, new oven and a new gas fire with marble surround and granite hearth.
There is a real sense of peace, security and community in the village. Ownership of property in the development is restricted to over 55s which adds to sense of peace as you stroll around. This property is located approximately 1 km from Knock village with a footpath all the way.
This home comes to the market in excellent condition and is fully furnished with all appliances included. There is a monthly service charge of 90 per month to contribute to the maintenance and upkeep of the development. This fee covers:
- Maintenance of the communal areas
- Household refuse disposal
- Grass cutting (both front and back lawns)
- Painting of your house every 4-6 years
- Access to communal garage for small maintenance jobs
- Access to communal allotment
- Access to community centre with a host of facilities, such as library with internet access, games room, chapel and meeting/function rooms.
There is also a manager on-site who has been there since the development started and is most helpful and approachable.
Porch 0.9m x 1.35m. With tiled floor, coving to the ceiling and new composite front door.
Living Room 4.5m x 3.7m. With laminate floor, coving to the ceiling, wallpapered chimney breast gas fireplace with marble and granite surround and double doors leading to the kitchen.
Kitchen 4.2m x 3.7m. With tiled floor, coving to the ceiling, fitted kitchen, integrated oven and hob. Door leading to back garden.
Bedroom 1 3.3m x 3.3m. Double room to the rear of the house with laminate floor and built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom 2 3.3m x 3.2m. Double room to the front of the house with laminate floor and built-in wardrobes.
Bathroom 2m x 2.2m. Fully tiled with large shower, WC and wash hand basin.
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- Fully furnished
- Spacious Living room
- Spacious kitchen
- Kept in immaculate condition
- Beautiful private garden
- Central Heating
- Remote controlled gas fire
- Composite doors
- Maintenance service
- Perfect location to explore Ireland’s world-famous heritage
About the area
Knock is a settlement of around a thousand inhabitants located in the far west of Ireland, served by a major airport.
Knock is an ideal place for visitors who want to discover something of rural Ireland outside of the main urban areas. A gem in the heart of County Mayo, Knock is a beautiful village that has been a place of pilgrimage for over a century. For religious visitors and holidaymakers alike, the settlement has plenty to offer in terms of bed and breakfast accommodation, as well as a larger-scale hotel with 68 rooms. The west of Ireland, surrounding Knock, is renowned for its natural beauty and is popular with hikers and cyclists. The wider County Mayo area is home to some of the republic's best links courses, often sporting stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean.
Take a stroll around Knock to discover one of the world's most important Christian shrines. In excess of a million pilgrims come to the village church each year to worship at the place where, in 1879, 15 people claimed to have witnessed a vision of the Virgin Mary, St Joseph and St John. Pope John Paul II went to the church himself during his famous visit to Ireland in 1979, and the site remains important in the area for both believers and non-believers.
Head south from the shrine for around a hundred metres to get to Knock's fascinating village museum. For visitors who don't necessarily know what all the fuss is about with a Victorian age vision, the museum helps to put the whole phenomenon into context. Not only does it delve into the details of what happened in 1879, but also charts the rise of Knock's tourism industry and often runs workshops, such as drawing and painting sessions.
Use the bus service or hire a bicycle to head to the nearby village of Kiltimagh. The 10-minute journey is rewarded with Kiltimagh Railway Museum. During the 1980s, the local Historical Society acquired the old goods store and converted it into a museum devoted to all things locomotive. As well as railway artefacts, the museum covers the period when many local inhabitants emigrated from the area, making it a favourite for Anglo-Irish and Irish-American families, among others.
Situated a little further to the northwest of Kiltimgh is Foxford Woollen Mills. It takes about half an hour to get there by road from Knock, and the mills offer the chance for visitors to see how County Mayo's famous rugs and tweeds and blankets are fashioned in 19th century surroundings. The visitor centre also houses a well-run restaurant.
Return to Knock in the evening to enjoy what the village has to offer in terms of nightlife. Like many places in rural Ireland, the pub is the centre of village life and Knock has several to discover, including the New Thatch Pub and Kilkenny's Bar. Flanagan's is another hostelry offering a warm welcome, situated a few kilometres to the south in Treanrevagh.
Travelling to Knock really means opening up all that County Mayo and the rest of the west of Ireland has to offer.
Full Property Address:
69 Carrowmore Meadows
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