Type: Land & Sites

Cuill, Isle of Doagh

For sale subject to planning

Being sold subject to planning, these two plots offer local applicants an opportunity to construct their own house design in this beautifully scenic location. With each site enjoying good far reaching views the plots would prove an ideal location for a family home.

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  • C.0.5 acre site
  • Being sold subject to planning permission
  • Good views of Trawbregga Bay
  • Local occupants only

 

Coming into the Isle follow the signs for Ciull and turn left. Follow the road up the hill for approx. 500 metres and the sites are on either side of the road just before a stone built property and identified by our For Sale sign.

Ballyliffin village has historically proved itself as one of county Donegal’s best favoured Holiday destinations, not surprisingly due to its 3 fantastic hotels, local convenience store, petrol forecourt and shop together with Nancy’s Barn, a recently opened cafe/ restaurant producing tremendous freshly prepared local snacks. The town also boasts a stunning beach and by no means least the world renowned Ballyliffin Golf Course with its 2 challenging Links courses.

Urrismenagh, Clonmany

For sale subject to Planning

Being sold subject to Planning, this fine level plot offers local applicants an opportunity to plan design and construct the house of your dreams in this magnificent rural location. Several site options exist at this location with the vendor owning 3.5 acres. Interested parties can decide where in this level plot they would like their site then apply for planning on same.

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  • Level c.0.65 acre site
  • Being sold subject to planning permission
  • Good rural views
  • Distant sea views

 

Coming off Mamore Gap on the Urris side, turn right and proceed in the direction of Letter for approximately 1 km and the plot will be found on the left hand side identified by our For Sale sign.

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.

 

Urrismenagh, Clonmany

For sale subject to Planning

Several site options exist at this location with the vendor owning 3.5 acres. Interested parties can decide where in this level plot they would like their site then apply for planning on same.

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  • 0.5 acre sites
  • Being sold subject to planning permission
  • Various options within a 3.5 acre plot
  • Good rural views
  • Partial sea views

 

Coming off Mamore Gap, continue straight ahead for approximately 500 metres and after passing a garage whose owner works at cars, the plot will be found on the left hand side just after a traditional cottage, also on the left. The site is identified by our For Sale sign.

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.

Proposed Retirement Village, Ballyliffin, Co.Donegal

Subject to Planning Permission

Positioned in the heart of the picturesque coastal village of Ballyliffin, this c. 4 acre site which includes a substantial residential property, is being offered for sale providing a unique opportunity for a Retirement Village subject to Planning Permission. Draft plans for the Retirement Village are available, however operators themselves will of course have a desire to design and plan their own scheme. With Irish people now living longer it is widely accepted that care for the elderly is an area of growth nationwide.

POA

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  • Proposed retirement village
  • C. 4 acre site
  • Village centre location
  • Subject to Planning Permission

 

From the main street proceed in the direction of the Strand Hotel and proceed on the Carndonagh road for 150 metres and the site will be found on the left hand side (just after Nancy’s Barn)and identified by our For Sale sign.

The seaside village of Ballyliffin is renowned for its choice of Hotels (4), excellent golfing facilities and beautiful local beaches. Just 2 hours from Belfast and 45 minutes from Derry, Ballyliffin is easily accessible with some of the finest local scenery close at hand.

Pollen Beach walking distance / Ballyliffin Golf Course c.3 mins / Derry City Centre c.45 mins

Greenan, Lough Eske, Donegal Town

Magnificent, private sylvan site with lough view (c.0.8 acre)

Offered with full planning permission for a storey and a half home of c.150 sq metres, a rare opportunity to acquire a wonderful site in this sought after location with high quality neighbouring homes. Both Harveys Point and Solis Lough Eske Hotels are nearby and Donegal Town is accessible in around 10 minutes. Significantly there are no Section 47 planning restrictions therefore enabling anyone to buy this highly desirable site.

 

The proposed accommodation is arranged as follows;

Entrance Porch; 2.20m x 1.20m

Entrance Hall; 4.30m x 2.60m

Living Room; 5.00m x 4.00m

Kitchen/Dining Room; 7.70m x 3.60m

Utility Room; 3.30m x 2.50m

Cloakroom/WC; 2.50m x 1.60m

Rear Porch; 2.20m x 1.20m

Bedroom 3; 3.70m x 3.60m

En-Suite; 1.60m x 1.30m

Stairs to first floor;

Landing; 2.80m x 1.10m door to hotpress

Bedroom 1; 4.50m x 3.60m

Bedroom 2; 4.50m x 3.60m

Bathroom; 2.80m x 1.80m

 

Proceeding towards Donegal Town from the Ballybofey direction follow the signs for the Lough Eske Drive/Harveys Point Hotel. Continue for approximately 1.5 miles passing the right turn leading to Harveys Point. Continue on this road for approximately 2 miles veering right at the fork after about 1 mile. The site will then be found on the right hand side identified by our For Sale sign.

The comprehensive shopping, sporting and recreational amenities of Donegal Town are accessible in just over 5 minutes by car. In the opposite direction the ever popular McElhinneys Department Store in Ballybofey is about 10 – 12 minutes away. Letterkenny, the county’s principal town, is about 45 minutes by car.

 

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.

Gortaway, Ramelton

Country site of 0.72 acre with distant lough view

With full planning permission granted in 2016 for an appealing storey and a half residence of c.2500 sq ft in total, in this extremely popular location characterised in the main by good quality detached properties. The site is located c.10 minutes from the heritage town of Ramelton on the River Lennon and less than 15 minutes from the town of Letterkenny in the opposite direction.

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The proposed accommodation is arranged as follows;

Entrance Hall; 7.30m x 2.75m (L shaped to bedrooms) door to hotpress

Lounge; 5.05m x 4.80m

Kitchen/Dining Room; 6.50m x 5.35m

Utility Room; 3.10m x 2.00m

Bedroom 2; 4.50m x 3.20m

Bedroom 3; 3.70m x 3.20m

Bedroom 4; 3.90m x 3.40m

Bathroom; 3.10m x 2.30m

Stairs to first floor;

Landing; Loft access, door to;

Master Bedroom Suite; 4.80m x 3.63m door to walk in wardrobe door to;

En-Suite; 2.26m x 1.85m

 

Heading towards Ramelton from the Letterkenny direction turning right just past Moorfield Lodge B & B, continue to the 4th set of crossroads. Pass through these crossroads and the site will then be found on the right after about 700 metres.

The name Ramelton derives from the Irish name Ráth Mealtain which means ‘The Fort of Mealtain’. It is a Bord Failte designated Heritage Town on the banks of the River Lennon. The old warehouses at the end of The Mall are amongst the most fascinating buildings in Donegal. They formed the backdrop for the highly acclaimed BBC Television Series ‘The Hanging Gale’.

The town now has its own park and tennis club plus a good range of local shops. The famous ‘Bridge Bar’ is a renowned music venue and has its own restaurant. Easy access is afforded to the coastal areas of Rathmullan, Portsalon and Dunfanaghy (each around 15 minutes distant). Letterkenny, the county’s principal town is just 12 -15 minutes away. Local schools include Drumman N.S., St. Marys N.S., Ayr Hill N.S. and Scoil Naomh Cholmcille.

 

Curraghlea, Letterkenny

Fine residential site on the town outskirts

Being offered for sale with the benefit of Outline Planning Permission (OPP) this spacious c.0.9 acre residential development plot enjoys good far reaching rural views. The site would prove an ideal location for a family home just outside Letterkenny town centre. Occupancy conditions will apply through the Section 47.

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  • C.0.9 acre
  • Good views
  • Outline planning permission 17/51819
  • Just 3km from Letterkenny town centre
  • Easily accessible

 

From Letterkenny proceed on the Kilmacrennan road passing the entrance to the Letterkenny University Hospital on your left and continue to the Mountain Top roundabout. Turn left signposted Curraghlea and carry along for around half a mile (passing Pensylvania House) until you come to a laneway on your right hand side just before a small cottage with outbuildings. The site will be found at the top of this lane (a new road required for access).

Letterkenny takes its name from the Irish Leitir Ceanainn meaning ‘Hillside of the O’Cannons’ – the O’Cannons being the last of the ancient chieftains of Tir Conaill. Letterkenny is the county’s principal town providing the necessary commercial, retail, social and economic facilities.

There is a large 8 screen cinema complex in the town plus the popular An Grianan Theatre. Behind the latter is the Letterkenny Regional Cultural Centre. The Letterkenny Shopping Centre is the largest centre in the county with leading multiple and individual retailers.

The main schools are Educate Together N.S., Scoil Mhuire Ghan Smal N.S., Ballyraine N.S., Woodlands N.S., Glenswilly N.S., Scoil Colmcille N.S., St. Eunans College, Loreto Convent, The Vocational School, Coláuste Ailigh and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology.

 

Keenaghan, Kilmacrennan

C.0.5 acre building plot

Enjoying glorious, uninterrupted views of open countryside, this residential building plot is being offered for sale subject to the purchaser obtaining their own planning permission.

 

  • C.0.5 acre
  • Spectacular rural views
  • Being sold subject to planning permission
  • Local owner occupiers only

 

Proceeding from Letterkenny towards Kilmacrennan turn left by the side of North West Aluminium, about 1 mile from the village. Continue straight ahead for approximately 1 mile and the site will be found on the right hand side identified by our For Sale sign.

The village of Kilmacrennan has local shopping facilities including a filling station and mini supermarket. The comprehensive amenities of Letterkenny are within a 15 minute drive including a large range of schools, recreational amenities and extensive shopping facilities. In the opposite direction the popular coastal areas of Creeslough, Portnablagh and Dunfanaghy are c.15 minutes distant.

 

Portlough, Newtowncunningham

C.0.66 acre site with fine lake views

Expired planning application 07/71741 formed the basis for our client to construct the foundations which exist on the site today. The planning for that house type has however now expired and no longer exists. This means interested parties for this fine elevated site can reapply for the same house type (using the existing foundations) OR change the entire house type and start again. From the images readers of this will see the site enjoys stunning views of Portlough and open countryside.

 

From Newtowncunningham proceed in the direction of Killea and turn left after 1 mile (in the direction of Burt). Carry along to a 3 road junction and turn right then proceed for 1 mile where the site will be found on the right hand side overlooking Portlough.

Newtowncunningham village offers a modest range of local amenities however with Derry City Centre and Letterkenny both accessible within 15 minutes it would be here where most locals would travel to carry out their weekly shopping requirements. Local churches and schools in the area include all Saints, Newtowncunningham Presbyterian Church, Scoil Cholmcille and Moyle N.S.

 

Carland, Kerrykeel

Rural site of 0.56 acre with lapsed planning permission

Located approximately 2 miles from the village of Kerrykeel, an inexpensive country site in an area with good quality family homes on generous plots, but primarily rural land. The site is being sold as it is and therefore interested parties should satisfy themselves with regards the potential for building. Offers over €10,000 – closing date for offers 12.00 on Friday 4th May (unless previously sold).

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Upon entering Kerrykeel village proceed straight across the crossroads in the village. After the bridge turn left and continue for c.2 miles where the site will be found on the left hand side identified by our For Sale sign.

Kerrykeel is the gateway to the picturesque Fanad Peninsula where visitors can enjoy the scenic Fanad Drive exploring its rugged coastline and many scenic beaches. Within 10 minutes is the idyllic seaside village of Portsalon with its stunning 3 mile long Magherawarden blue flag beach and championship 18 hole links golf course. The popular holiday resort of Rathmulllan is also 10 minutes distant providing a selection of highly regarded hotels and restaurants and a wonderful sandy beach. Letterkenny can also be reached in 30 minutes with its ever expanding range of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities.

 

Roughpark, Ramelton

C.7 acres of land suitable for residential sites

Located in this sought after area on the outskirts of the heritage town, two adjoining parcels of land offering great potential for a number of sites. The area lends itself to high quality detached homes. One parcel of c.3 acres has a dilapidated former dwelling and is accessed from a private lane – eminently suitable therefore for the building of a substantial country house.

 

Coming towards the town of Ramelton from the Letterkenny direction turn right at the ‘Cup & Saucer’ and turn sharp right after about 150 metres. Continue on this road for approximately 0.25 mile and the entrance to the site is on the right just after a mushroom farm on the left. Our For Sale sign identifies access to the site.

The name Ramelton derives from the Irish name Ráth Mealtain which means ‘The Fort of Mealtain’. It is a Bord Failte designated Heritage Town on the banks of the River Lennon. The old warehouses at the end of The Mall are amongst the most fascinating buildings in Donegal. They formed the backdrop for the highly acclaimed BBC Television Series ‘The Hanging Gale’.

The town now has its own park and tennis club plus a good range of local shops. The famous ‘Bridge Bar’ is a renowned music venue and has its own restaurant. Easy access is afforded to the coastal areas of Rathmullan, Portsalon and Dunfanaghy (each around 15 minutes distant). Letterkenny, the county’s principal town is just 12 -15 minutes away. Local schools include Drumman N.S., St. Marys N.S., Ayr Hill N.S. and Scoil Naomh Cholmcille.

 

Barrack, Ramelton

Prime rural field of c.4 acres suitable for residential sites (subject to p.p.)

Situated in a favoured rural location with high quality country houses in the vicinity, this prime field is located within about 12 minutes of Letterkenny town. Potential exists for 3 – 4 large sites which would suit the building of new country houses of c. 2500 – 3000 sq ft. each. The sale is not subject to planning permission so interested parties should make their own enquiries. Your early inspection of this desirable land is strongly recommended. Closing date for offers Thursday 5th April at 12.00 noon (unless previously sold).

 

From Kellys Filling Station at Ellistrin take the next right turn (if coming from the Mountain Top direction) signposted Milford & Ballyarr. Continue on this road for c.1.5 miles turning right just before the bridge and football pitch. The site will then be found on the right hand side after about 250 metres.

The name Ramelton derives from the Irish name Ráth Mealtain which means ‘The Fort of Mealtain’. It is a Bord Failte designated Heritage Town on the banks of the River Lennon. The old warehouses at the end of The Mall are amongst the most fascinating buildings in Donegal. They formed the backdrop for the highly acclaimed BBC Television Series ‘The Hanging Gale’.

The town now has its own park and tennis club plus a good range of local shops. The famous ‘Bridge Bar’ is a renowned music venue and has its own restaurant. Easy access is afforded to the coastal areas of Rathmullan, Portsalon and Dunfanaghy (each around 15 minutes distant). Letterkenny, the county’s principal town is just 12 -15 minutes away. Local schools include Drumman N.S., St. Marys N.S., Ayr Hill N.S. and Scoil Naomh Cholmcille.