Superb 3 Bedroom House for Sale in Ballina County Mayo Ireland
Esales Property ID: es5553201
10 Humbert street
With its friendly, welcoming atmosphere, beautiful natural scenery and historic landmarks, Ireland continues to be one of the most desirable places across Europe to live. On offer here is a unique opportunity for someone to make a shrewd investment into this mesmerising part of the world with this amazing property.
1940’s build newly renovated 3 bedroom semi detached townhouse located in the centre of Ballina town. With shopping, dining and socialising on your door step and the sea just a short drive away. Includes private parking space, enclosed patio/BBQ area, garden shed, and secure back garden.
This property is not just a unique chance to invest in a potentially spacious and comfortable home or business project in a glorious location but also offers buyers a potential venture into the holiday rental market, which is rising rapidly in Ireland thanks to the emergence of direct rental websites such as Airbnb and booking.com.
Mayo is ideally located to take advantage of the stunning natural scenery in the region such as the nearby Wild Atlantic Way, Broadhaven Bay, River Moy, Ballina (famous for its Salmon Fishing) and excellent beaches, without being too far away from shops, restaurants and bars. This really is an area that has the potential to attract tourists from all over the world looking to sample some of Ireland’s fascinating and unique culture. The property truly is an excellent opportunity just waiting for someone with the vision and ambition to transform them into a beautiful new residential or commercial project.
As well as being surrounded by many excellent walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas, there are also many GAA, Soccer and Rugby Clubs in the region. The area is also ideal for golf fans as the property is surrounded by many excellent courses including Carne Golf Links and Belmullet Golf Club. The area is also just a relatively short trip away from many excellent horse racing tracks such as Sligo, Ballinrobe and Roscommon which again increases the potential for both tourism and commercial projects.
The area is also very well-connected transport wise both locally, with excellent roads and internationally via sea and the air. The nearest international airport is Knock Airport.
About the Area
Ballina has officially been designated as Ireland’s Salmon Capital by virtue of the quality of angling available on the Moy, and this status is echoed throughout the town with dedicated walkways along the river where tourists can observe anglers at the world renowned pools, beats and weirs. Among the town’s impressive vantage points are the town’s striking angling-themed pedestrian bridge and nearby Cathedral walk.
The Moy is not the only natural wonder in Ballina. Belleek Woods is located a short distance away from the town centre and is one of Europe’s largest urban woodlands with six miles of peaceful natural forest pathways with many hidden secrets to explore, and striking views of the Moy. It is also the setting of the majestic Belleek Castle which contains a 16th century armoury and the unique Marshall Doran Collection.
County Mayo is on the west coast of Ireland. Its scenery ranges from verdant to desertlike, with rocky cliffs at the Atlantic coast. Clew Bay is dotted with small, steep-sided islands, including Clare Island. At the eastern end of the bay, Westport town is known for its Georgian architecture and Westport House, a mansion with dungeons. Nearby is Croagh Patrick, a mountain linked to St. Patrick.
Mayo really is the Ireland of your imagination, come and discover this beautiful and inspiring region. It’s hard not to fall in love with Mayo, here you will have brilliant moments and make memories that last a lifetime.
Expect the unexpected and your experiences will make your break truly exciting. Come and discover our wild unspoiled nature and get in touch with our rich heritage and history.
Be amazed at the breath-taking landscapes and fascinating countryside. Discover the spectacular scenery of the many lakes, explore the green and peaceful valleys, walk up to the peak of wild mountains or experience challenging outdoor activities.
Appreciate the stunning islands and stretches of coastline; take pleasant strolls on the wonderful, yet unspoiled, beaches and enjoy the pure and crystal waters.
If culture, music and history inspire your curiosity find out the treasures of Mayo; come in touch with legends, myths and stories, get a haunting sense that here the past is a living spirit. Come just in time to enjoy yourself joining in the many festivals and events
Mayo people are warm and friendly and take pride in making our land your land. They are among the most welcoming people in Ireland!
• 250m2 land plot
• 3 Bedrooms
• 2 Bathrooms
• Private Garden
• Private Parking
• Recently Renovated to Modern Standards
• 45 minutes to Airport
• 15 Minutes to the Beach and Sea
Contact us today to buy or sell your property in Mayo Ireland