Occupying a magnificent elevated site with dramatic sea views

This modest 3 bedroom bungalow enjoys a spectacular coastal vista. With further views beyond to Dunree Head, an opportunity exists for the successful purchaser to extend the property in accordance with recently granted planning permission and produce a stunning home of architectural merit in a superb location. This is genuinely a unique opportunity and your early expression of interest is strongly recommended.

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Glazed front door to small;

Entrance Vestibule; Half glazed door to;

Entrance Hall; 4.55m x 3.67m (max with L shaped return leading to bedrooms) loft access, door to;

Living Room; 3.54 x 3.45 (front) tiled open fireplace, magnificent coastal vista & view of Dunree Head on opposite side of the water

Family/Dining Room; 4.64m x 3.40m (front) dramatic coastal vista equal to any sea view in the county, tiled open fireplace, double doors to hotpress, door to;

Kitchen; 3.04m x 2.62 (in need of modernisation) range of wall & base units, stainless steel sink unit, half glazed door to;

Utility Room; Stainless steel sink unit, central heating boiler, half glazed door to outside

Bedroom 1; 4.53m x 3.19m (front) dramatic sea view & countryside beyond, built in double wardrobes

Bedroom 2; 4.29m x 2.63m (rear) overlooking rear garden

Bedroom 3; 2.65m x 2.33 (rear) fitted double wardrobe

Bathroom; (in need of modernisation) White 3 piece suite, mixer taps & splashback to bath

Outside; Gardens of c.0.5 acre, gravel drive, concrete walkway surrounding house, car parking area for numerous vehicles, neat well maintained lawns with established hedgerow to boundaries, ranch fencing to front, magnificent sea & country view to front. Timber ranch gates to side & further car parking area. Rear garden with steps to raised lawned area with neatly manicured lawn and ranch fencing to boundary.

 

  • Oil fired central heating
  • Dramatic sea & country views
  • Planning permission exists to extend
  • Unique opportunity

 

Proceeding from Rathmullan in the direction of Glenvar/Portsalon continue after Otway Golf Club (on the right) for approximately 1.5 miles climbing to the top of a bendy brae and as you begin the descent you will pass a thatched cottage on the left – turn immediately left after this and the property will be found on the left after about 50 metres.

The ever popular coastal village therefore is just 7 – 8 minutes away by car whilst in the opposite direction Portsalon can be reached in 12 – 14 minutes.

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 as well as horse riding and the links golf course at Otway. The comprehensive facilities of Letterkenny are about a 25 min drive.

Portsalon is also one of the leading coastal areas of the county with its challenging 18 hole links golf course (with recent improvements by Paul McGinley – Ryder Cup Captain), magnificent sandy beach plus the ever popular Stores Bar and Sarah’s Restaurant.

Also worthy of mention are the magnificent Ballymastocker Bay (halfway between the property & Portsalon) and the Black Lakes of Knockalla (halfway between the property & Ballymastocker Bay).

 

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