Creevagh Heights is located in Creevagh in Carrowmore-Lacken which is nestled upon the rugged North Mayo coastline. This area benefits from miles of beautiful beaches and expansive shorelines.
The property is located between the market towns of Killala and Ballycastle along the Wild Atlantic Way offering breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean and counties Mayo, Sligo, and Donegal. 14km away is the historic town of Killala which contains several forts, monasteries and a greenway to and from Ballina and offers a wide range of amenities such as supermarket, restaurants, health-centre, pubs, nature walks and several retail stores. Killala Bay offers beautiful scenic views along with a harbour to the south of the bay adding to the areas many transport links such as the R314 road that connects Killala south to Ballina and Killala north to Ballycastle. Ballycastle (10 km) lies on the edge of the Mayo Gaeltacht. Ballycastle offers an array of amenities such as retail stores, pubs, and restaurants along with tourist attractions such as museums, natural pools, loop walks and Downpatrick Head.
The nearby area offers a wide variety of quality sporting and recreational activities with the property a short drive from Ballina which is world famous for fly fishing on the Moy River and from Downpatrick Head, one of the signature points on the Wild Atlantic Way which featured in the 2021 Red Bull Cliff Diving Championship. Lacken/Kilcummin are well-known fishing villages with catches including fresh lobster, crab, turbot, and mackerel to name a few. Creevagh Heights is walking distance from Lacken Strand which is home to the Lacken Horse Races in May each year. Just around the corner from Lacken Strand, you'll find Kilcummin Back Strand, which is a private oasis popular with local swimmers and surfers.
The Golf enthusiast is well catered for with two world class golf links courses nearby; Enniscrone (39 km) and Carne Belmullet (62 km). In addition to these two great courses Ballina benefits from its own Parkland Golf course. The area also has several Rugby, GAA, and soccer clubs to choose from.
The area is idyllic for those with a keen interest in history and geology with Ceide Fields Neolithic site one of the earliest inhabited farming areas in the world being 18 km distance. To add to the rich history of the area there are several tombs, abbeys, castles, and monasteries in the area. The area is a hot spot for day trips.
There are several primary and secondary schools to choose from in the area including Lacken National School, Templemary National School, Gortnor Abbey in Crossmolina and St Marys and Muredachs College in Ballina.
Creevagh Heights is a unique delightful home in a private setting offering stunning panoramic views over the glorious North Mayo coastline from every room. Set on an elevated site, the property is in excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition throughout and is equally well presented externally.
Accessed off a country road, an electric gated entrance opens into a winding drive where there is ample parking to the front and side of the house. The property was extended 17 years ago with the front of the house, being the most recent build.
A striking red front door opens into the hallway giving access to a cloakroom, utility room, a bedroom equipped with ensuite and walk in wardrobe and then on to the end of the hall where you enter a bright lounge with a picture window with an amazing sea view and a solid fuel stove set into a Lacken Stone fireplace. Moving to the back of the house along the hallway you will come upon a second bedroom and ensuite.
Creevagh Height benefits from an extremely elegant dining room with beautiful views from the large wooden framed window. To the rear of the house (making use of the views) there is a large family bathroom with a jacuzzi bath, a dual aspect living room fitted with a solid fuel stove and a fully functional kitchen with breakfast island.
The layout of this property is ideal for both family living and for use as a very special summer home with plenty of areas for entertaining. In addition, this property could be a lucrative investment as weekly/monthly lets are at a premium in this area.
A full layout of the accommodation is shown on the adjoining floorplans.
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To the side of the house is a range of useful outbuildings which provide ample storage space, complimenting the main house. These units are in very good order and are built using local stone. If required, and subject to the necessary planning permission, they could be used as a cosy mews.
Gardens & Grounds
The garden is beautifully landscaped and is laid out with stone borders with well planted flowers. There is a garden patio behind the property which is ideally positioned to enjoy the stunning view in total privacy – the current owners have enjoyed many long evenings here with friends.
Strictly by appointment with Savills Country Agency
BER Number: 114668635
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale including garden statuary, light fittings, and other removable fittings, although may be available by separate negotiation.
Electric gates, 24-hour monitored security system, WIFI, Natural well and mains water, oil central heating, private sewerage.
Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services.
Entry & Possession
Entry is by agreement with vacant possession.
Offers may be submitted to the selling agents, Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
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Best Offers Date
A date for best offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are asked to register their interest with the selling agents following inspection. The sellers reserve the right to exchange a Contract for the sale of any part of the subjects of sale ahead of a notified closing date and will not be obliged to accept the highest or any offer.
All offers (regardless of the country of residence of the offering party) must be accompanied by a guarantee or suitable form of reference from a bank, which gives the sellers satisfaction that the purchaser has access to the funds required to complete the purchase at the offered price.
Wayleaves and Rights of Access
The property will be sold with the benefit of all existing wayleave rights, including rights of access and rights of way, whether public or private. The purchaser will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of all such rights and others.
Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, the General Remarks and Information, Stipulations and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail.