Walking distance to beach & corner position
Clearwaters was constructed c.2003 by McDaid Developments Ireland Ltd – formerly renowned builders with a first class reputation. The house designs are fresh and innovative with an abundance of natural light – necessary for the odd grey day in the county! The practical internal layout provides a large entrance reception/dining area with double doors on to a double aspect living room. Three bedrooms incorporate one en-suite and a small kitchen is situated off the dining area. No.33 is in a corner position with an open aspect to the rear. Your early appointment to view is therefore recommended.
The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Front door leading to;
Reception/Dining Area; 5.00m x 3.30m large square floor tiles, door to understairs storage cupboard, glazed double doors to;
Living Room; 5.70m x 3.60m double aspect, solid oak floor, wrought iron open fireplace with black tiled hearth, tv point, sliding double glazed doors to rear patio & garden (open rear aspect)
Kitchen; 2.85m x 2.40m good range of white gloss wall & base units, wood effect worktop with splashback, stainless steel sink unit, integrated dishwasher, integrated Whirlpool electric oven & 4 ring ceramic hob with extractor canopy over, integrated fridge/freezer, matching floor tiles to those in dining area, recessed halogen spotlights
Cloakroom/WC; White 2 piece suite, splashback & shaver light over wash basin
Bedroom 3; 3.46m x 2.90m (rear) solid oak floor, fitted cupboards to one wall, glazed door to rear patio & garden with open rear aspect, door to;
En-Suite; White 2 piece suite, splashback & shaver light over wash basin, fitted medicine cabinet, double width shower cubicle with skylight over providing good natural light, tiled floor, recessed halogen spotlights
Carpeted staircase to first floor;
Landing; Door to hotpress, railing with small gallery overlooking ground floor, large windows at roof level affording an abundance of natural light
Bedroom 1; 4.33m x 3.60m (front) good quality neutral carpet, built in double wardrobe
Bedroom 2; 3.50m x 2.70m (rear) good quality neutral carpet
Bathroom; White 3 piece suite, splashback & shaver light over wash basin, fitted medicine cabinet, fully tiled splashback to bath with shower screen & electric shower, tiled floor, recessed halogen spotlights, velux skylight
Outside; Lawned garden to front, gravel drive with parking for 2 vehicles, paved walkway surrounding house, beech hedge to side boundary with good quality timber fencing leading to the rear boundary – also timber fencing. Large patio area to rear, lawned area, open rear aspect over green area beyond boundaries
- 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
- White doors, skirtings & architraves
- White pvc double glazing
- Oil fired central heating
- Open rear aspect
Passing the main entrance of the Rathmullan House Hotel, continue straight on and the entrance to Clearwaters is on the left after about ¼ mile. Take the first right turn and the property will be found on the right after a short distance.
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.