Asking Price: €150,000
A fixer upper…..
Positioned within easy walking distance of the picturesque Malin town, this 3 bedroom bungalow offers 1502 ft.² of accommodation with potential to extend into the attic. The house does require some modernisation, however with property selling fast an early appointment to view is strongly recommended.
The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Part glazed white PVC front door with half glazed side panels to;
Entrance Hallway; 5.98m x 1.52m tiled front step, carpeted floor, arch way to internal hallway
Bedroom 3; (front) 4.30m x 3.36m into bay window, tiled fireplace
Bedroom 2; (front) 4.03m x 4.30m into bay window, tiled fireplace
Bedroom 1; 4.30m x 2.93m vinyl flooring, door to;
En-suite/Wet Room/Disability Usage; 2.47m x 2.17m fitted electric shower, grab rails, groflex walls, 2 piece suite
Living/Dining Room; 4.30m x 3.07m vinyl flooring, solid fuel burning stove & back boiler, floor to ceiling built in storage units, hot press on other side, door to;
Back Kitchen; 2.61m x 2.47m modest range of wall & base units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, white PVC door to outside, open shelving
Bathroom; 2.47m x 1.70m wash hand basin, tiled splashback to the wash hand basin & bath
WC; 1.4m x 0.81m toilet
Staircase to first floor;
Attic Room; 7.20m x 5.83m attic storage, pine flooring, head height doors to the eaves
Outside; Overall grounds of c. 1.4 acres
Front – Block built entrance pillars and cast iron gates to the front, kerbed & concrete drive way, mature trees to side boundary which run on to a stream, small front garden partially laid to lawn, picket fencing to boundaries
Rear – Multiple out buildings
- 3/4 bedroom (1-en-suite)
- Small kitchen
- Living/dining room
- OFCH & stove with back boiler
- PVC double glazed
- Refurbishment required
- Walking distance to Malin town
- Overall grounds of c.1.4 acres
By putting the Eircode F93 N9C0 into Google maps on your smart phone the app will direct interested parties to this property.
Malin Head Ireland’s most northerly point sees a year round influx of national and international tourists attracted to the area not only as Ireland’s most northerly point but also with its exquisite natural beauty and far reaching views which extend right across to Scotland. The local area is well serviced by a handful of independently shops, pubs and restaurants.
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.