Compact centrally located 3 bedroom cottage – walking distance to beach
Within easy walking distance of the beach and all local amenities this 3 bedroom cottage would prove an ideal holiday home or first time buy. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, living room and kitchen plus 3 bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor. The property is partially double glazed and has oil fired central heating. Some redecoration would now be beneficial. Rathmullan is consistently one of the most popular holiday villages in the county, with its expansive sandy beach, pier and the renowned Rathmullan House Hotel. Your early appointment to view is strongly recommended.
The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Front door with glass panel above leading to;
Entrance Hall; Solid oak floor (tiled area by front door), door to;
Living Room; 6.38m x 3.37m double aspect, solid oak floor, exposed brick open fireplace with tiled hearth, door to understairs cupboard, door to;
Kitchen; 5.46m x 1.75m range of wall & base units, worktop with tiled splashback, stainless steel sink unit, integrated electric oven with extractor canopy over, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, half glazed door to outside
Staircase to first floor;
Mezzanine Landing; Door to;
Bathroom; White 3 piece suite, splashback to bath & wash hand basin, electric shower & shower screen to bath
Bedroom 1; 3.12m x 2.12m solid pine floor, fitted wardrobe
Bedroom 2; 3.04m x 2.27m solid pine floor, fitted wardrobe
Bedroom 3; 3.19m x 2.36m laminate wooden floor, fitted wardrobe
Rear Yard; Oil tank, storage cupboard
- Dual heating system, back boiler & OFCH
- Double glazing to first floor
- 3 bedrooms
- Town centre location
Coming into the village of Rathmullan from the Ramelton direction turn left at the butchers & supermarket. Take the first right turn after about 100 metres (past the row of white houses on the right) and No. 6 Market Square will be found on the left.
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.