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Dolphin House, St. Johns Point, Dunkineely, Co. Donegal., F94 N4P9

€275,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty

Features

  • Fabulous sea views
  • Newly constructed with timber frame inner leaf
  • Lovely modern, open plan layout
  • Totally finished with tarmac apron, spacious rear garden, detached garage, attractive stone front boundary wall and double gates
  • 4 no. bedrooms - 3 ensuite
  • Quality flooring and solid hardwood kitchen
  • Easy access to Donegal Town & Killybegs
  • Highly sought-after address
  • Furniture to be included in sale
BER C1 Rating

Description

Luxury, spacious, 4-bed, detached dwelling house on a half-acre site in a much sought-after location enjoying breathtaking Atlantic sea views. With a gross internal floor area of approximately 189 square metres (c. 2,035 square feet), this delightful house boasts three ensuite bedrooms, a large bathroom, lovely Mezzanine platform overlooking the open plan living quarters below, detached garage and within a short walking distance of a lovely sandy beach. It would make an ideal holiday home or family home for someone who enjoys the finer aspects of life with stunning surroundings and peacefulness, but yet only a short drive to the village of Dunkineely, and the towns of Donegal Town & Killybegs.

Directions:

From The Diamond in Donegal Town, take the N56 towards Killybegs to the village of Dunkineely. About 500 metres, beyond the village you will see a turning to the left signposted for St. John’s Point. Travel down along this scenic, coastal road for about 4-km and the house will be noted on the left-hand side with a prominent ‘For-Sale’ sign. Or alternatively you can enter the GPS co-ordinates @54.5956654, -8.4061044, into your smartphone and it will take you directly to the property.

Rooms

  • Living Room / Kitchen (7.18 x 6.21 Beautiful open plan with full height stone breasted chimney breast with solid fuel stove, solid oak floor and solid oak kitchen units, electric 'Electrolux' hob & oven, 1 1/2 tub stainless steel sink unit, attractive hardwood staircase to first floor - all overlooked from first floor mezzanine)
  • Utility Room (2.73 x 2.28 Tiled floor, back dooor)
  • Bedroom 1 (3.62 x 3.52 Tongue & groove pine floor)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.73 x 3.51 Tongue & groove pine floor, built in slide robes)
  • Ensuite (2.43 x 1.16 Electric Triton shower, cubicle, wc, whb in white suite, fully tiled floor & walls)
  • Bathroom (4.66 x 2.27 Bath, wc, whb & shower in white suite, tiled floor, half-tiled walls)
  • Large Hotpress
  • First Floor
  • Mezzanine Loft (6.17 x 2.51 Solid tongue & groove pine floor)
  • Bedroom 3 (4.31 x 2.76 To include ensuite with shower, wc, whb, fully tiled floor & walls, attic storage)
  • Bedroom 4 (4.65 x 4.82 Tongue & groove pine flooring, built in wardrobes, to include ensuite with wc, whb & shower)
  • Garage (6 x 3.84 Electric roller shutter door, slate roof)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C1
  • Number: 107541567
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 164.76

About the Area

Dunkineely is situated 11 miles from the town of Donegal and 6 miles from Killybegs on the N56 National secondary road. It is a small single street village with a population of around 300 in its surroundings. There is a dun on the edge of the village from which Dunkineely derives its name. The village lies at the top of St John's Point, a narrow peninsula jutting seven miles into Donegal Bay, which boasts beautiful scenery and is a world renowned diving site.

Employment in the area relies on seasonal fishing and mixed agriculture as well as service and light industry in the nearby towns of Killybegs and Donegal. The town has four local industries in the village that comprises a fish processing factory, a net making factory and architectural design and fabrication factory. Services in Dunkineely include a shop, cafe, several garages, a fishing tackle shop/florist, auctioneers, 4 bars, a radio communications shop, 2 butchers and a hostel. There are several B&B's in the locality. Castle Murray House, a noted local restaurant, is located just 2 km outside the village on Saint Johns Point. McIntyre's bar hosts a weekly Irish traditional music session. There is also a National School, Community Centre, GAA pitch and soccer pitch.

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Dolphin House, St. Johns Point, Dunkineely, Co. Donegal., F94 N4P9

€275,000 - Asking Price|

Luxury, spacious, 4-bed, detached dwelling house on a half-acre site in a much sought-after location enjoying breathtaking Atlantic sea views. With a gross internal floor area of approximately 189 square metres (c. 2,035 square feet), this delightful house boasts three ensuite bedrooms, a large bathroom, lovely Mezzanine platform overlooking the open plan living quarters below, detached garage and within a short walking distance of a lovely sandy beach. It would make an ideal holiday home or family home for someone who enjoys the finer aspects of life with stunning surroundings and peacefulness, but yet only a short drive to the village of Dunkineely, and the towns of Donegal Town & Killybegs.

Directions:

From The Diamond in Donegal Town, take the N56 towards Killybegs to the village of Dunkineely. About 500 metres, beyond the village you will see a turning to the left signposted for St. John’s Point. Travel down along this scenic, coastal road for about 4-km and the house will be noted on the left-hand side with a prominent ‘For-Sale’ sign. Or alternatively you can enter the GPS co-ordinates @54.5956654, -8.4061044, into your smartphone and it will take you directly to the property.

BER C1 Rating

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Very quiet, traditional thatched cottage situated in a most scenic, rural and important County Donegal landscape enjoying delightful views over the majestic glacier formed Glengesh Pass between the popular heritage towns of Ardara and Glencolmcille in south-west Donegal. It is very reminiscent of the cottage which featured in the ledgendary 1952 film, The Quiet Man in which John Wayne and Maureen O’Hara co-starred.

Directions

From the village of Ardara, travel south bound along the N56 for approximately 2km. Then turn left, signposted for Glencolmcille on the R230 for a further 4 km through the Glengesh Pass and the cottage cannot be missed on the left-hand side of the road.

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