Centrally located & walking distance to beach
An enviably situated modestly priced halls adjoining 3 bedroom semi-detached house in this sought after coastal village. The property is in need of total renovation which is reflected in the asking price. Works required include complete redecoration, a new kitchen and bathroom as well as floor coverings although the property does have double glazing and oil fired central heating. Closing date for offers Friday 9th June 2017 (unless previously sold).
The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Front door to;
Entrance Vestibule; Door to understairs cupboard, door to;
Living Room; 6.15m x 3.5m double aspect, open view to front, tiled fireplace, tv point, aperture to;
Kitchen/Dining Room; 3.63m x 3.09m Stanley solid fuel range (may be in working order), kitchen units in need of replacement, half glazed door to rear garden
Staircase to first floor;
Landing; Double doors to hotpress
Bedroom 1; 3.44m x 2.75m (front) open aspect, solid pine floor
Bedroom 2; 3.40m x 3.30m (rear) solid pine floor
Bedroom 3; 3.13m x 2.32m solid pine floor
Bathroom; 3 piece suite (in need of replacement)
Outside; Front garden laid to lawn with low retaining wall, concrete walkway, low-level timber fence to boundary with adjoining property. Rear access, rear garden laid to lawn, timber garden shed plus block built storage shed
- 3 bedrooms
- Walking distance to village & beach
- Oil fired central heating
- White doors, skirtings & architraves
- Solid oak double glazing
- Some renovation required
Proceeding in the direction of Rathmullan House Country Hotel, the property is situated on the right about 400 metres before the main entrance and on the opposite corner to the St Vincent de Paul thrift shop.
The name Rathmullan derives from the Irish name Ráth Maoláin which means ‘The Ringfort of Maoláin’. It is situated on the western shores of Lough Swilly 11 km from Ramelton and 12 km from Milford and serves as an important historical village as it was the scene of The Flight of the Earls in 1607 – a major turning point in Irish history.
Consistently one of the county`s most popular holiday destinations, Rathmullan’s expansive sandy beach with its long jetty is breathtaking.
Local amenities include 3 shops, a resource centre, the renowned Rathmullan House Hotel with it’s award winning restaurant and The Water’s Edge Restaurant as well as horse riding and the links golf course at Otway. The comprehensive facilities of Letterkenny are about a 25 minute drive.