283 Back Lane, Ramelton

Asking Price: POA

Immaculately maintained terraced house in the centre of this historic town

Within easy walking distance of The Mall and local facilities, a terraced house with 3 bedrooms, living room and combined kitchen/dining room, ideal as a holiday home, first time buy or investment property (rental yield c.€650 p.m.). Back Lane is a peaceful backwater of the heritage town with properties largely owner-occupied.

Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/fanad 

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Front door with glass panels to side leading to;

Entrance Vestibule; Glazed door to;

Entrance Hall; 2.75m x 2.23m oak laminate flooring, dado rail, door to;

Living Room; 3.82m x 3.15m (into bay window) cornice to ceiling, roller blinds & curtains, dado rail, oak laminate flooring, tv point, pine & tiled fireplace with electric fire point

Kitchen/Dining Room; 4.41m x 2.95m cornice to ceiling, range of oak effect wall & base units, worktop, stainless steel sink unit, integrated 4 ring gas hob with extractor canopy over, integrated Siemens electric oven, recess for fridge/freezer, roller blind, door to;

Rear Lobby; Door to;

Cloakroom/WC; Fully tiled walls, tiled floor, white 2 piece suite, mirror over wash hand basin

Second Rear Lobby; Tiled floor, half glazed door to rear garden, door to;

Boiler Room; Central heating boiler, range of wall units, plumbing for washing machine

Staircase to first floor;

Landing; Loft access

Bedroom 1; 3.90m x 3.06m (front) attractive town outlook, roller blind & curtains, carpet flooring, range of double wardrobes

Bedroom 2; 3.62m x 2.80m (rear) roller blind & curtains, carpet flooring, range of double wardrobes

Bedroom 3; 2.90m x 2.30m (front) roller blind & curtains, carpet flooring, wardrobe, small linen cupboard

Bathroom; Fully tiled walls, tiled floor, white 2 piece suite, corner shower cubicle with electric shower, shave light over wash hand basin

Outside; Front garden gravel, concrete path to front door, established hedgerow, local stone pillars & wrought iron entry gate. Rear garden extending to approximately 60 ft x 15ft, extremely well maintained lawn, timber fencing to one side & rear boundary, wall to opposite boundary, rear pedestrian access, concrete path to house

 

  • 3 bedrooms
  • Oak effect pvc double glazed windows
  • White doors, skirtings & architraves
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Eircode – F92N6C8
  • LPT €90

 

Opposite Conway’s Bar turn into Pound Street, take the first right into Back Lane where No.283 will be easily identified 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.

Immaculately maintained terraced house in the centre of this historic town

Within easy walking distance of The Mall and local facilities, a terraced house with 3 bedrooms, living room and combined kitchen/dining room, ideal as a holiday home, first time buy or investment property (rental yield c.€650 p.m.). Back Lane is a peaceful backwater of the heritage town with properties largely owner-occupied.

Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/fanad 

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Front door with glass panels to side leading to;

Entrance Vestibule; Glazed door to;

Entrance Hall; 2.75m x 2.23m oak laminate flooring, dado rail, door to;

Living Room; 3.82m x 3.15m (into bay window) cornice to ceiling, roller blinds & curtains, dado rail, oak laminate flooring, tv point, pine & tiled fireplace with electric fire point

Kitchen/Dining Room; 4.41m x 2.95m cornice to ceiling, range of oak effect wall & base units, worktop, stainless steel sink unit, integrated 4 ring gas hob with extractor canopy over, integrated Siemens electric oven, recess for fridge/freezer, roller blind, door to;

Rear Lobby; Door to;

Cloakroom/WC; Fully tiled walls, tiled floor, white 2 piece suite, mirror over wash hand basin

Second Rear Lobby; Tiled floor, half glazed door to rear garden, door to;

Boiler Room; Central heating boiler, range of wall units, plumbing for washing machine

Staircase to first floor;

Landing; Loft access

Bedroom 1; 3.90m x 3.06m (front) attractive town outlook, roller blind & curtains, carpet flooring, range of double wardrobes

Bedroom 2; 3.62m x 2.80m (rear) roller blind & curtains, carpet flooring, range of double wardrobes

Bedroom 3; 2.90m x 2.30m (front) roller blind & curtains, carpet flooring, wardrobe, small linen cupboard

Bathroom; Fully tiled walls, tiled floor, white 2 piece suite, corner shower cubicle with electric shower, shave light over wash hand basin

Outside; Front garden gravel, concrete path to front door, established hedgerow, local stone pillars & wrought iron entry gate. Rear garden extending to approximately 60 ft x 15ft, extremely well maintained lawn, timber fencing to one side & rear boundary, wall to opposite boundary, rear pedestrian access, concrete path to house

 

  • 3 bedrooms
  • Oak effect pvc double glazed windows
  • White doors, skirtings & architraves
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Eircode – F92N6C8
  • LPT €90

 

Opposite Conway’s Bar turn into Pound Street, take the first right into Back Lane where No.283 will be easily identified 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.

Franklins property details are intended as a guide only and do not form part of a contract, nor are they guaranteed. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to any information contained therein, measurements, structural condition and boundaries. Franklins are not chartered surveyors. Prospective buyers are recommended to employ their own surveyor/architect for independent guidance and advice.

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