Fully refurbished cottage of immense character
A charming, centrally located 2 bedroom cottage in the heart of this heritage village. Recently completely refurbished to incorporate a new kitchen and updated bathroom, new floor coverings, external and internal repainting (white). The property also has a new central heating boiler and newly laid gravel drive.
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
Tongue & groove stable type front door to;
Entrance Hall; 5.74m x 1.12m wide plank semi solid oak floor,
Living Room; 4.82m x 4.27m double aspect, wide plank semi solid oak floor, original fireplace
Kitchen: 4.06m x 3.25m range of off white wall & base units, wood effect worktop with tiled splashback, sink unit with mixer taps over, integrated Indesit electric oven with 4 ring hob & extractor canopy over, newly tiled floor
Shower Room; White 2 piece suite, cupboards below wash basin & medicine cabinet with mirrored doors over, fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, tiled floor
Bedroom 1; 3.00m x 2.43m carpet flooring
Stairs to first floor;
Bedroom 2; 3.56m x 3.53m carpet flooring
Outside; Newly laid gravel driveway with parking for 2 – 3 vehicles, attractive patio area to side with steps & gravel , wrought iron ‘street lamp’ style garden lights, rear garden laid to lawn with stone retaining wall, river tributary running to the rear boundary.
- Completely repainted throughout – externally & internally
- New central heating boiler
- Newly laid gravel drive
From Ramelton village proceed in the opposite direction to Milford and Rathmullan along The Mall and bear right where the road forks by the river (Shore Road). Continue for about 500 yards and turn right by Ramelton sub Post Office. The property will be found on the right after about 100 yards (on the bridge).
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.
SOLICITOR: DESSIE SHIELS, DESSIE SHIELS SOLICITORS
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