2 Loughview Crescent, Gortleck, Linsfort, Buncrana, F93X5D1

In a small development of just 4 homes

Constructed in 2005, Loughview Crescent is a small horseshoe development with stunning views over Lough Swilly and the Fanad Peninsula. No.2, positioned on the largest of the 4 plots, comprises 4 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/living space and a sun room to the rear which also enjoys the lough views. Ideally suitable for a first time buyer or a holiday home occupant, the property is priced to sell with an early inspection strongly recommended.


The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Hardwood glazed front door with fanlight leading to;

Entrance Vestibule; 1.80m x 1.60m tiled floor, door to;

Entrance Hallway; 3.70m x 3.60m (max dimension) laminated wooden floor, open understair recess, telephone point

Kitchen/Dining/Living Room; 7.10m x 4.40m (L shaped to 6.90m x 3.60m) comprehensively equipped with walnut effect wall & base unit including glazed display units & integrated wine rack, matching island unit with chairs, electric oven & 4 ring ceramic hob with matching stainless steel extractor canopy over, work surfaces with tiled surrounding walls, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with separate waste bowl, plumbing for washing machine, plumbing for dishwasher, coloured open fireplace with cast iron inset & granite hearth, double aspect, tv point, laminated wooden flooring, double doors to;

Sun Room; 3.50m x 3.50m laminated wooden flooring, double fully glazed white pvc sliding doors to outside, enjoying glorious views of Lough Swilly & the Fanad Peninsula

Bedroom 3; 3.50m x 2.40m laminated wooden floor

Bedroom 4; 3.50m x 3.10m laminated wooden floor, views of Lough Swilly

Bathroom; 2.50m x 1.70m white 3 piece suite, tiled splashback to bath & wash basin, telephone mixer taps to bath, tiled floor, mirrored medicine cabinet, chrome fittings

Pine & carpeted stairs to first floor;

Landing; Velux window, double doors to hotpress

Bedroom 1; 4.50m x 3.70m double aspect, laminated wooden flooring

Shower Room; 2.30m x  1.70m white 2 piece suite, separate fully tiled shower enclosure with electric Triton T90si shower

Bedroom 2; 4.90m x 3.60m double aspect, laminated wooden flooring

Outside; Overall grounds of c.0.4 acre , extensive kerbed & gravel driveway to front with parking for several vehicles, large side & rear gardens laid to lawn enjoying stunning views of Lough Swilly


  • C.1350 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Open plan kitchen/dining/living room
  • Sun Room
  • 0.4 acre gardens
  • Spectacular views over Lough Swilly


From Buncrana proceed in the direction of Linsfort keeping right at the finger post. Continue for a further 2 miles up Roddens Brae and take the next left turn (at the mini crossroads). Proceed down the hill for a further ½ mile and the entrance to the development will be found on the left hand side. No. 2 is the second house on the right identified by a freestanding tin shed.

Buncrana, the largest town in the Inishowen Peninsula, is positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana just 14 miles from Derry City and 27 miles north of Letterkenny. With a population of some 7000, the town has much to offer in terms of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities:-

Churches: Christchurch, St. Mary’s Oratory, St. Mary’s Church Cockhill, Star of the Sea Desertegney

Schools: St Oran’s N.S., St. Mura’s N.S., Scoil Iosagain, St. Joseph’s N.S., Gaelscoil Bhun Chrannacha, Crana College and Scoil Mhuire

Shopping: In addition to Buncrana’s long Main Street the town has also been boosted in 2007 with the creation of Ardravan Square which, like the Main Street, offers a variety of independent shop traders plus Supervalu, Aldi & Lidl providing the local residents with a good selection of local, national and international produce.

Restaurants/Bars/Hotels:  Buncrana has three hotels, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Lake of Shadows and The Harbour Inn, as well as a wide variety of bars and restaurants both on the Main Street and within a 2 mile radius – notably The Drift Inn Bar & Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant and O’Flaherty’s Bar

Beaches: Being positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana is blessed with some beautiful long sandy beaches namely – Lisfannon, The Shorefront, Porthaw and Stragill.

Sports: Buncrana has several local, well run sports clubs offering soccer, GAA, boxing and golf.


Franklins property details are intended as a guide only and do not form part of a contract, nor are they guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any information contained therein, measurements, structural condition and boundaries. Franklins are not chartered surveyors. Prospective buyers are recommended to employ their own surveyor/architect for independent guidance and advice.