About Property

Well maintained, 4 bed detached house, large garage, manicured garden. Now on the market for 230,000 euro.

Bangor Erris is a stunningly scenic location that includes several lakes and rivers offering superb salmon and trout fishing. It also includes the Nephin Mountain range, Ballycroy National Park, various unspoilt beaches and secluded bays along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Enjoy the best of all worlds by making the most of its inspiring and rugged beauty while retaining the benefits of several nearby towns.

This imposing property with four bedrooms, a large detached garage and manicured gardens is situated near the centre of Bangor Erris, with the Owenmore River just a short walk from the house.

It is highly suitable for either family or active retirement living.


Access to a wide range of activities including water-sports, walking trails, cycling and angling – the finest salmon and trout fishing in the northern hemisphere.
A short walk to all Bangor amenities, including medical centre, supermarket/deli, butcher, hairdressers, café, pubs, garage, pharmacy, hardware store, post office, church, school, sports facilities.
Twelve miles to the coastal town of Belmullet, 27 miles to Ballina, 36 miles to Castlebar, 38 miles to Westport, 52 miles to Knock airport (with destinations including London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Bristol).
Connected to mains sewerage
Oil-fired central heating.
Daily bus services include Belmullet, Ballina and Castlebar.
Structurally sound and no history of flooding.
Optionally fully furnished, subject to negotiation.
No onward chain


Property Description

Kitchen and dining-room
Open-plan kitchen/dining room 8.00 x 3.36m (26ft 3ins x 11ft). Coving and down-lighting throughout, plus pendant light in dining area. Patio doors lead to enclosed deck and rear garden. Two double power-points and TV point in dining area, three double power-points in kitchen area.

Breakfast bar/worktop, ivory built-in units with under-lighting, sink and drainer, and tiled splash-back. Integrated fridge-freezer, dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven and extractor. Tiled floor.

Utility room
3.52 x 2.13m (11ft 6ins x 7ft). Units, worktop, sink and drainer, washing-machine, tumble-dryer, additional fridge/freezer, shelving, tiled floor, c/h boiler, storage wall rack. Two double sockets. PVC door to rear garden.
Entrance hall
PVC door with glass inserts and full-length side windows. Tiled flooring and pine staircase to the first floor. Coving and ceiling rose. Leading to living-room, WC, kitchen and study. Double power-point, telephone point.
Downstairs WC
Corner wash basin, WC, leading off hallway 0.75 x 1.2m (2ft 5ins x 3ft 11ins).
Study/hobby/playroom/fifth bedroom
2.75 x 4.56m (9ft x 14ft 11ins). Worktop and shelving. Three double sockets. Currently used as a Man Cave/fishing room, but could easily be used as a downstairs bedroom or dining-room.
Bedroom 1 (Master bedroom)
3.38 x 3.71m (11ft 1ins x 12ft 2ins). Ensuite and fitted wardrobe. Three double power-points and TV point. Pine floor. Mountain views.

Spacious floor-to-ceiling, built-in 3-door wardrobe 2.74L x 0.65D metres (9ft x 2ft 2ins), with shelving, single and double hanging rails. Sliding doors, one fully mirrored.

Bedroom 1 ensuite
1.73 x 1.70m (5ft 8ins x 5ft 7ins) – mirror, wash basin, WC and electric shower cubicle.
Bedroom 2
3.48 x 2.97m excluding recess (11ft 5ins x 9ft 8ins). Recessed area suitable for additional storage. Ensuite. Pine floor. Mountain views.
Bedroom 2 ensuite
0.80 x 2.31m (2ft 7ins x 7ft 6ins).  Fully tiled shower with folding door, WC, wash basin.
Bedroom 3
3.73 x 3.30m (12ft 2ins x 10ft 10ins). Wardrobe recess. Pine floor. Two double power-points.
Bedroom 4
2.24 + 3.27m (7ft 4ins left, 10ft 8ins right) x 2.27m (7ft 5ins) excluding storage/computer recess. Central overhead light, down-lighter over recess area, four double power-points. Pine floor.
Family bathroom
2.31 x 1.80m (7ft 6ins x 5ft 10ins). Tiled floor, half-tiled walls.
Living room
3.32 x 4.24m (10ft 10ins x 13ft 11ins) excluding bay window area. A carved wooden fireplace with cast iron surround provides a much-admired and impressive centrepiece. Coving and ceiling rose with ornate light fitting. Two TV points, three double power points.
High walls to rear and right sides, hedge to left, decking, shed, outside tap, trellising. Access to oil-tank between shed and garage.
Garden shed
1.82 x 1.21m (6 x 4ft) with side window, door-rack, storage hooks and shelving.
Garage 5 x 7m (16ft 4ins x 22ft 11ins) on concrete base.  Drip-proof and insulated. Strip-lighting, double power point, which easily accommodates a large car with ample additional storage space.
Building Energy Rating
Double-glazing throughout. Ample parking space.


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This part of Ireland must offer some of the finest  game angling anywhere in Europe. There are five salmon rivers, three large  and numerous smaller lakes – all within easy driving distance of Bangor. The Owenmore, a noted salmon river, is within walking distance. Nearby is the smaller Glenamoy river. For those who like fishing for salmon in lakes, Carrowmore lake is three miles away and a 40 minute drive will take you to Lough Beltra.  Lough Conn and Lough Mask are famous trout fisheries, while the renowned river Moy, probably the most famous salmon river in Ireland, is a short drive to Ballina.

With all this quality fishing around, the main problem is “Where do you start?” It would probably take a life time to explore everything, which is a very good reason to consider moving here!!



Bangor Erris, Co. Mayo, Ireland