Asking Price: €169,000
Privately situated bungalow in very scenic location with Seaview
A well maintained (if a little dated) bungalow with 3 bedrooms and a large open planned living area offering the potential for further accommodation by conversion of the attached garage. The property benefits from delightful, well maintained gardens to the front and rear – the rear garden offering complete privacy. This charming home enjoys a picturesque sea view to the front.
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The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Entrance Porch running the length of the front elevation of the house, paved walk way and raised step to glazed front door with glass panel to side optimising a magnificent coastal view
Entrance Vestibule; further glazed door to;
Living Area; 6.22m x 4.80m double aspect, genuinely outstandingly attractive coastal vista plus mountainous countryside surrounding, fireplace with electric fire point, fitted storage cupboard, neutral carpet, fitted curtains, door to;
Kitchen; 3.63m x 3.00m range of wall & base units, worktop with tiled splashback, stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker point with extractor canopy, recess for fridge, fitted curtains, door to;
Rear Lobby; Half glazed door to outside, door to;
Cloakroom/WC; White 2 piece suite
Bedroom 1; 4.21m x 3.42m (front) beautiful sea view, fitted carpet and curtains
Bedroom 2; 3.75m x 2.80m (rear) overlooking private rear garden, carpet & curtains
Bedroom 3; 3.34m x 2.80m (rear) carpet & curtains
Shower Room; Recently renewed with high quality tiling to double width shower cubicle area with electric shower, white 2 piece suite, mirror & shaver light over wash hand basin, heated towel rail, good quality wood effect tiling to floor
Outside; Gardens of approximately 0.3 acres in total, attached garage with sliding up & over door providing potential for conversion to further accommodation if required (subject to usual planning permission)
Front Garden; Well maintained lawn & hedgerow with small entrance pillars, wrought iron gates to gravel drive with car parking area for 3-4 vehicles
Rear Garden; Most attractive private feature of the house, laid mainly to lawn with complete privacy with established trees & hedgerow – were told is an absolute suntrap in the summer!
- 3 Bedrooms
- Recently renewed shower room
- White PVC double glazing
- Oil fired central heating
- Attached garage
Proceed from Rathmullan in the direction of Portsalon and after passing the entrance to the former Otway golf club on the right (after c. 3 miles) continue for a further c. ¼ of a mile to a left turn as the road descends (opposite bungalow on the right), turning into this lane and the property is the last property on the left.
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 and The Water’s Edge Restaurant as well as horse riding and the links golf course at Otway. The comprehensive facilities of Letterkenny are about a 25 minute drive.
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