Asking Price: €85,000
Bucolic bliss – idyllically situated cottage
With distant views of the beach at Ards Estuary this country cottage offers 3 bedrooms (2 doubles) and well-proportioned living accommodation to the ground floor. The property does now require some updating and this is reflected in the price guide. The location however is extremely scenic. An ideal property for prospective buyers looking to downsize to the country – although ample room to extend exists if required. An unusual property of particular appeal that warrants an early appointment to view.
The accommodation is arranged as follows;
Front door to;
Entrance Vestibule; Quarry tiled floor, half glazed door to;
Living Room; 4.63m x 3.25m Stanley solid fuel range (appears to be in good order but not tested), door to cupboard housing hot water cylinder, carpet flooring, aperture to;
Kitchen; Range of solid oak wall & base units, worktop with tiled splashback, stainless steel sink unit, integrated electric oven & 4 ring electric hob with extractor canopy over, solid wood floor
Family Room; 4.00m x 3.52m original marble & wrought iron open fireplace with tiled hearth, solid wood floor
Rear Lobby; Understairs storage area, door to;
Utility Room; Recently added range of wall & base units, worktop, plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink unit
Bedroom 3; 4.00m x 2.13m distant view of Ards Estuary
Staircase with recently carpeted treads to first floor;
Landing; Solid pine floor
Bedroom 1; 5.15m x 4.00m double aspect with fine view of Ards Estuary & surrounding countryside to front & property’s own grounds to rear, solid pine floor
Bedroom 2; 5.16m x 4.68m double aspect, limited estuary view, fine country view to rear, solid pine floor
Bathroom; Pine tongue & groove panelling to half wall height, white 3 piece suite, mirror & shaver light over wash hand basin, solid pine floor
Outside; Grounds of c.0.5 acre in total, gravel drive to side giving parking area for 2 – 3 vehicles, good quality local stone front wall, wrought iron gates, paved patio area to rear of property, fine farmlands which have recently been rented to a local farmer for grazing sheep thus maintaining the land in good condition. This land is undulating & very scenic.
- Pine doors, skirtings & architraves
- Oil fired central heating
- Single glazed timber windows
- Grounds of c.0.5 acres
- Scenic location
Proceeding towards the village of Creeslough from the Termon direction, turn right 1 mile before the village (signposted Doe Castle & Carrigart). Continue for approximately 2 miles and take a left turn at our directional arrow (signposted Doe Castle). Continue on this road for approximately 1/3 mile turning right at the T junction then immediately left at a second T junction. Continue for approximately 700 metres to the top of a slight brow and turn left. Continue down the brae and up again – the cottage will be found on the left hand side easily identified by our For Sale sign.
The very scenic, picturesque Ards Forest Park is within a few minutes` drive and features one of the finest beaches in the county plus breath taking scenery. Continuing through Creeslough, Portnablagh and Dunfanaghy are both within 10 – 12 minutes` drive and are two of the most popular coastal areas of the county – the latter featuring the outstanding Killahoey Beach. Dunfanaghy also features a good range of local shops and various amenities. Letterkenny, the principal town of the county, is accessible in around 25 minutes.
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.
Magherablade, Creeslough, F92A9P7 (House video)