Superbly appointed country house of c.250 sq metres with grounds of c.0.75 acre
Peacefully situated in this appealing rural location just 5 minutes from both Milford and Ramelton, this generously proportioned stylish detached residence must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Features include 5 bedrooms (Jack & Jill en-suite), luxury newly fitted family bathroom, a superb kitchen/dining room, 2 reception rooms plus the advantages of a large entrance hall and landing. Contemporary colour schemes complete the finish and therefore we recommend your early appointment to view.
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The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Entrance steps to panelled front door with glass panels to side leading to;
Entrance Hall; 5.72m x 5.41m solid oak floor, alarm sensor pad, high ceiling to first floor level, large storage cupboard with fitted shelving, door to;
Cloakroom/WC; White 2 piece suite, tiled floor, mosaic tiled splashback to wash hand basin, extractor fan
Living Room; 4.18m x 4.16m double aspect, solid oak floor, antique pine & slate fireplace with wrought iron solid fuel burner & black tiled hearth, sliding double glazed doors to rear garden
Family Room; 4.31m x 4.17m double aspect with bay window, solid oak floor, antique stained pine fireplace with Stanley wrought iron solid fuel burner including back boiler & slate hearth, oak framed glazed double doors to;
Kitchen/Dining Room; 5.67m x 4.84m comprehensive range of cream shaker style wall & base units, wood effect worktop with tiled splashback, integrated dishwasher, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, ‘New World’ range cooker with 8 ring hob & double oven plus stainless steel extractor canopy over, wide plank solid oak floor, halogen spotlights, glazed double doors to outside, glazed door to entrance hall, door to;
Utility Room; Further range of cream wall & base units, worktop, plumbing for washing machine, wiring for tumble dryer, wide plank oak floor, door to pantry cupboard with fitted shelving, half glazed door to outside
Bedroom 5; 3.27m x 2.67m (front) open aspect to front, laminate oak floor, roller blind
Staircase to first floor;
Galleried Landing; 6.06m x 4.81m (max) bannister overlooking entrance hall below, recessed halogen spotlights, solid oak floor, loft access with retractable ladder, door to large hotpress
Master Bedroom; 4.60m x 3.55m (front) fine open view to wooded area, wide plank oak floor, range of free standing double wardrobes, halogen spotlights, door to;
Jack & Jill En-Suite; White 2 piece suite, mosaic tiled splashback & mirror over wash hand basin, fully tiled corner shower cubicle with electric shower, high quality tiled floor, door to;
Bedroom 2; 4.90m x 3.30m (rear) overlooking rear garden & countryside beyond, roller blind, solid oak floor
Bedroom 3; 3.70m x 3.30m (front) laminate oak floor, roller blind
Bedroom 4; 4.07m x 3.30m (rear) distant country views, oak laminate floor
Family Bathroom; (recently renewed) White 3 piece suite including Jacuzzi bath with mixer taps & shower attachment, attractive tiled splashback to bath & wash hand basin, separate fully tiled shower cubicle with gravity fed shower, high quality tiled floor
Outside; Grounds of c.0.75 acre, mainly laid to lawn to front, side & rear, attractive rock feature to side, good quality timber ranch fencing to boundaries, wrought iron entrance gates, kerbed & gravel drive to front & side providing car parking for several vehicles
5 bedrooms/2 bathrooms
White pvc double glazing
Oil fired central heating
White painted doors to first floor/oak doors to ground floor
White painted skirtings & architraves
Bison concrete slabs to first floor
From the Ballyare Crossroads proceed for a short distance on the Ramelton road, crossing the bridge and turn immediately left into the old Milford road. The Acres will then be found on the left after approximately ½ mile with No.7 being easily identified on by our For Sale sign.
The name Ramelton derives from the Irish name Ráth Mealtain which means ‘The Fort of Mealtain’. It is a Bord Failte designated Heritage Town on the banks of the River Lennon. The old warehouses at the end of The Mall are amongst the most fascinating buildings in Donegal. They formed the backdrop for the highly acclaimed BBC Television Series ‘The Hanging Gale’.
The town now has its own park and tennis club plus a good range of local shops. The famous ‘Bridge Bar’ is a renowned music venue and has its own restaurant. Easy access is afforded to the coastal areas of Rathmullan, Portsalon and Dunfanaghy (each around 15 minutes distant). Letterkenny, the county’s principal town is just 12 -15 minutes away. Local schools include Drumman N.S., St. Marys N.S., Ayr Hill N.S. and Scoil Naomh Cholmcille.