Doaghmore, Fanad

Asking Price: POA

Your peaceful coastal paradise?

The serenity and beauty of this location must be experienced to be fully appreciated. A modest, well maintained 2 bedroom cottage occupying a fine site with magical coastal and country views. The property forms part of a small community yet stands on its own ground and offers potential for extension if required. An ideal holiday home or permanent residence – reasonably priced for a quick sale.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Front door leading to;

Kitchen; Range of recently fitted wall & base units, worktop with stainless steel sink unit, splashback, plumbing for washing machine electric oven & 4 ring gas hob with extractor canopy over, tiled floor, aperture to;

Inner Hall; Tiled floor, door to;

Living Room; 3.56m x 2.93m country & mountain view, fireplace with wrought iron solid fuel burner, laminate wooden floor, pine tongue & groove ceiling

Dining/Sitting Room; 4.16m x 3.05m Stanley oil fired range, tiled floor, PINE tongue & groove ceiling, vertical blinds & curtains, double doors to hotpress, door to;

Bedroom 1; 3.23m x 2.42m laminate wooden floor, pine tongue & groove ceiling

Inner Hall; Cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, tiled floor

Bedroom 2; 3.53m x 3.00m dramatic sea & country view, laminate wooden floor, pine tongue & groove ceiling

Bathroom; Fully tiled walls, tiled floor, white 2 piece suite, wet area with electric shower & screen, mirror & shaver light over wash hand basin

Outside; Grounds of c.0.6 acre now in need of some cultivation but enjoying the most serene & peaceful sea view. The property is approached via a gravel drive with painted white local stone walls to either side – to front & side of property providing car parking for several vehicles. Range of outbuildings with corrugated roofs for garden equipment & fuel storage, etc.

 

  • 2 bedroom cottage
  • Magnificent coastal & country views
  • Peaceful location
  • White pvc double glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Pine doors, skirtings & architraves

 

Proceed from the Kerrykeel direction to Kindrum passing through the small townland and turning left at the Celtic Cross on the left. Proceed on this road for approximately 0.75 mile turning right right opposite a cluster of 4 directional arrows with a 2 storey stone farm building behind. Continue then for just over 1 mile, passing the small lake on the left and a group of houses on the right, until you come to a right turn with our directional arrow and the property is then on the left after about 150 metres.

This peaceful property is located off the main road to Neil T Blaney Bridge which connects the Rosguill Peninsula to the Fanad Peninsula. Consequently access to Carrigart, Downings, etc. is approximately 10 minutes by car whilst in the opposite direction Portsalon is around the same distance. Both locations are favoured with holiday makers but Carrigart village offers more for local residents of the area.

Your peaceful coastal paradise?

The serenity and beauty of this location must be experienced to be fully appreciated. A modest, well maintained 2 bedroom cottage occupying a fine site with magical coastal and country views. The property forms part of a small community yet stands on its own ground and offers potential for extension if required. An ideal holiday home or permanent residence – reasonably priced for a quick sale.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Front door leading to;

Kitchen; Range of recently fitted wall & base units, worktop with stainless steel sink unit, splashback, plumbing for washing machine electric oven & 4 ring gas hob with extractor canopy over, tiled floor, aperture to;

Inner Hall; Tiled floor, door to;

Living Room; 3.56m x 2.93m country & mountain view, fireplace with wrought iron solid fuel burner, laminate wooden floor, pine tongue & groove ceiling

Dining/Sitting Room; 4.16m x 3.05m Stanley oil fired range, tiled floor, PINE tongue & groove ceiling, vertical blinds & curtains, double doors to hotpress, door to;

Bedroom 1; 3.23m x 2.42m laminate wooden floor, pine tongue & groove ceiling

Inner Hall; Cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, tiled floor

Bedroom 2; 3.53m x 3.00m dramatic sea & country view, laminate wooden floor, pine tongue & groove ceiling

Bathroom; Fully tiled walls, tiled floor, white 2 piece suite, wet area with electric shower & screen, mirror & shaver light over wash hand basin

Outside; Grounds of c.0.6 acre now in need of some cultivation but enjoying the most serene & peaceful sea view. The property is approached via a gravel drive with painted white local stone walls to either side – to front & side of property providing car parking for several vehicles. Range of outbuildings with corrugated roofs for garden equipment & fuel storage, etc.

 

  • 2 bedroom cottage
  • Magnificent coastal & country views
  • Peaceful location
  • White pvc double glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Pine doors, skirtings & architraves

 

Proceed from the Kerrykeel direction to Kindrum passing through the small townland and turning left at the Celtic Cross on the left. Proceed on this road for approximately 0.75 mile turning right right opposite a cluster of 4 directional arrows with a 2 storey stone farm building behind. Continue then for just over 1 mile, passing the small lake on the left and a group of houses on the right, until you come to a right turn with our directional arrow and the property is then on the left after about 150 metres.

This peaceful property is located off the main road to Neil T Blaney Bridge which connects the Rosguill Peninsula to the Fanad Peninsula. Consequently access to Carrigart, Downings, etc. is approximately 10 minutes by car whilst in the opposite direction Portsalon is around the same distance. Both locations are favoured with holiday makers but Carrigart village offers more for local residents of the area.

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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