Modestly priced, elevated site & fine views

A peacefully situated 3 bedroom storey and a half dwelling of c. 150 sq metres located in a scenic rural area yet within 2 miles of the town of Ballybofey. Constructed c. 2002 the property is offered for sale in good decorative order throughout and features 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite), a living room and a generously proportioned kitchen/dining room. The front garden is attractively laid to lawn with some mature trees and to the rear there is an extensive gravelled hardstanding area for numerous cars.


The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Front door with glass panel to side leading to;

Entrance Hall; 5.01m x 2.56m laminate tiled floor, understairs recess

Cloakroom/WC; White 2 piece suite, tiled floor

Living Room; 4.90m x 3.63m double aspect with magnificent far reaching country views, bay window, white venetian blinds, wrought iron fireplace with wrought iron solid fuel burner & slate tiled hearth, tv point, wide plank semi solid oak floor

Kitchen/Dining Room; 8.60m x 3.64m triple aspect with far reaching country views to front, pine wall & base units, worktop with tiled splashback, stainless steel sink unit, recess for fridge/freezer, tiled floor, glazed double doors to outside, door to;

Utility Room; Matching floor tiles to those in kitchen, double doors to hotpress, half glazed door to outside

Bedroom 1; 3.67m x 3.43m (rear) door to;

En-Suite; White 2 piece suite, fully tiled walls, tiled floor, double width shower cubicle with shower curtain

Staircase to first floor;

Landing; Wide plank semi solid oak floor, loft access

Bedroom 2; 6.20m x 3.65m double aspect with magnificent far reaching country view, laminate oak floor

Bedroom 3; 4.06m x 3.60 (front) far reaching country view, wide plank oak laminate floor

Bathroom; White 3 piece suite including Jacuzzi bath with mosaic tiled splashback, further mosaic tiling above wash basin, separate mosaic tiled shower cubicle with Triton electric shower

Outside; Grounds of c.0.5 acre in total. Front garden laid to lawn with mature hedgerow to boundaries plus timber fencing to front boundary, selection of established trees, gravel drive surrounding house affording good car parking areas. Gravel hardstanding to rear providing further car parking for numerous vehicles. Block stone walls to entrance of property in need of plastering & finishing plus some cultivation perhaps to rear garden would be beneficial.


  • C. 150 sq metres
  • 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite)
  • Generously proportioned kitchen/dining room
  • Pine doors, skirtings & architraves
  • Grounds of c.0.5 acre
  • Peacefully situated in a scenic rural area


From Main Street, Ballybofey take a left turn immediately after McElhinney’s Department Store and then left again into Navenny Street passing after a short distance the Finn Harps football ground on the left. Continue for about 250 metres taking the second right turn and continue up the hill for 1.25 miles to a crossroads. Turn right signposted for Trusk Lough and continue on this road for about 0.75 mile passing 3 farmhouse buildings on the right with green corrugated roofs. Take the next left and the property will then be found on the left after about 300 metres.

Ballybofey (Bealach Féich meaning “Fiach`s pass) is located on the south bank of the River Finn and along with the smaller town of Stranorlar on the north side of the River Finn, makes up the Twin Towns. Ballybofey provides good shopping and sporting facilities being home to Finn Park where League of Ireland side Finn Harps play their home games and Seán MacCumhail Park where the Donegal senior football team play most of their home games.

The county`s principal town Letterkenny is 30 minutes` drive. Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish Leitir Ceanainn meaning ‘Hillside of the O`Cannons` – the O`Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Letterkenny is the county`s principal town providing the necessary commercial, retail, social and economic facilities.

There is a large 8 screen cinema complex in the town plus the popular An Grianan Theatre. Behind the latter is the Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre. The Letterkenny Shopping Centre is the largest centre in the county with leading multiple and individual retailers.

The main schools are Educate Together N.S., Scoil Mhuire Ghan Smal N.S., Ballyraine N.S., Woodlands N.S., Glenswilly N.S., Scoil Colmcille N.S., St. Eunans College, Loreto Convent, The Vocational School, Coláuste Ailigh and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology.