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The Glebe, Clonmany, F93 W901

Asking Price: €95,000

Charming cottage on 1.28 acres

Dating back over 100 years this stone built cottage oozes charm and kerbside appeal. Upgraded in recent years to include oil fired central heating and double-glazed windows, the property would prove an idyllic getaway. Positioned on overall grounds of 1.28 acres the property also comes with a detached shed/byre and is located just 1 mile from Clonmany village.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Hardwood stable door leading to;

Entrance Porch; 3.34m x 1.98m quarry tiled floor, tongue & groove pine walls & ceiling, door to;

Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room; 4.44m x 3.92m quarry tiled floor, modest range of wall & base units, work surfaces with tiled surrounding walls, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, electric cooker point with extractor fan, velux window, raised hearth with solid fuel burning stove, tongue & groove pine ceiling, half panelled walls

Bathroom; 2.05m x 1.93m white 3 piece suite, tiled splashback over wash hand basin, fitted shower & curtain over bath, half panelled walls, quarry tiled floor

Bedroom 1; 4.73m x 3.03m exposed beams to ceiling, rough plastered walls, velux window, vinyl flooring

Bedroom 2; 3.92m x 3.19m built in storage unit, tongue & groove pine ceiling, velux window

Outside; Overall grounds of c.1.28 acres. Entrance pillars with wing walls, double gates, kerbed & gravel driveway, front garden extensively laid to lawn with mature trees to boundaries, stone outbuilding.

 

  • Original stone cottage dating back to 1900
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Pvc double glazing
  • Grounds of. C.1.28 acres
  • Stone outbuilding

 

By putting the Eircode F93W901 into Google maps on your smart phone the app will direct interested parties to this property.

The name of Clonmany, in Irish – Cluain Maine has been translated as both “The Meadow of St. Maine” and “The Meadow of the Monks”, with the former being the more widely recognised translation. The village is known locally as “The Cross”, as the village was initially built around a crossroads. Clonmany has four primary schools, Clonmany N.S. (with a new state of the art school), Scoil Naomh Treasa (also known as Tiernasligo N.S. locally), Scoil Phádraig at Rashenny, and Scoil na gCluainte, or Cloontagh National School. Most students from these schools go on to attend secondary level education at Carndonagh Community School in Carndonagh, with most of the remainder attending Scoil Mhuire or Crana College in Buncrana. Clonmany is host to the annual McGlinchey summer school, which attracts many visitors to its exhibitions and lectures on local history. Another attraction is the Clonmany festival, held annually during the week of the Irish August public holiday. The Clonmany Agricultural Show and Sheepdog Trials takes place on the Tuesday of festival week, with visitors from all over Inishowen and the Northwest of Ireland.

Charming cottage on 1.28 acres

Dating back over 100 years this stone built cottage oozes charm and kerbside appeal. Upgraded in recent years to include oil fired central heating and double-glazed windows, the property would prove an idyllic getaway. Positioned on overall grounds of 1.28 acres the property also comes with a detached shed/byre and is located just 1 mile from Clonmany village.

 

The accommodation is arranged as follows;

Hardwood stable door leading to;

Entrance Porch; 3.34m x 1.98m quarry tiled floor, tongue & groove pine walls & ceiling, door to;

Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room; 4.44m x 3.92m quarry tiled floor, modest range of wall & base units, work surfaces with tiled surrounding walls, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, electric cooker point with extractor fan, velux window, raised hearth with solid fuel burning stove, tongue & groove pine ceiling, half panelled walls

Bathroom; 2.05m x 1.93m white 3 piece suite, tiled splashback over wash hand basin, fitted shower & curtain over bath, half panelled walls, quarry tiled floor

Bedroom 1; 4.73m x 3.03m exposed beams to ceiling, rough plastered walls, velux window, vinyl flooring

Bedroom 2; 3.92m x 3.19m built in storage unit, tongue & groove pine ceiling, velux window

Outside; Overall grounds of c.1.28 acres. Entrance pillars with wing walls, double gates, kerbed & gravel driveway, front garden extensively laid to lawn with mature trees to boundaries, stone outbuilding.

 

  • Original stone cottage dating back to 1900
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Pvc double glazing
  • Grounds of. C.1.28 acres
  • Stone outbuilding

 

By putting the Eircode F93W901 into Google maps on your smart phone the app will direct interested parties to this property.

The name of Clonmany, in Irish – Cluain Maine has been translated as both “The Meadow of St. Maine” and “The Meadow of the Monks”, with the former being the more widely recognised translation. The village is known locally as “The Cross”, as the village was initially built around a crossroads. Clonmany has four primary schools, Clonmany N.S. (with a new state of the art school), Scoil Naomh Treasa (also known as Tiernasligo N.S. locally), Scoil Phádraig at Rashenny, and Scoil na gCluainte, or Cloontagh National School. Most students from these schools go on to attend secondary level education at Carndonagh Community School in Carndonagh, with most of the remainder attending Scoil Mhuire or Crana College in Buncrana. Clonmany is host to the annual McGlinchey summer school, which attracts many visitors to its exhibitions and lectures on local history. Another attraction is the Clonmany festival, held annually during the week of the Irish August public holiday. The Clonmany Agricultural Show and Sheepdog Trials takes place on the Tuesday of festival week, with visitors from all over Inishowen and the Northwest of Ireland.

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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