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5 Coill Na Ros, Newtowncunningham, Co. Donegal, F93 R7T8

€80,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 124 sqm approx


A spacious and modern three-bedroom semi-detached house extending to 124 sq m (1,335 sq ft) offering well-proportioned living accommodation throughout. The property is well maintained and ready for immediate occupation.

Situated in the popular and established Coill Na Ros development, local shops, schools, pubs and churches are within a short walk while the facilities of Derry City and Letterkenny Town are within 10 and 20 minutes’ drive respectively.

Special Features & Services

Well proportioned accommodation.

Convenient location.

uPVC double glazed windows.

Oil fired central heating.

Mixture of tile and laminate floor coverings.


  • Ground Floor
  • Entrance Hall (4.80m x 2.00m)
  • Sitting Room (4.81m x 3.83m)
  • Kitchen / Dining Room (4.47m x 4.23m)
  • Utility Room (1.57m x 1.24m)
  • Wc and whb (1.97m x 1.58m)
  • First Floor
  • Master Bedroom (3.50m x 3.47m)
  • En-Suite Shower Room (2.88m x 1.15m)
  • Bedroom (4.47m x 2.92m)
  • Bedroom (3.27m x 2.91m)
  • Family Bathroom (2.30m x 1.80m)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C1
  • Number: 109801761
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 177.9

About the Area

Newtown Cunningham is a village in the Laggan district in the east of County Donegal, located on the N13 road 18 km east of Letterkenny and 16 km west of Derry. The 2011 census reports the village's population as 1,067. New residential developments have recently being built at both ends of Newtown Cunningham, expanding the village's population by over 50% between 2002 and 2006. A variety of new retail and service outlets have also been built. A new industrial estate area located at the Letterkenny end of the village contains a number of large retail outlets.

Newtown Cunningham is located close to Blanket Nook, a wetland area that is a wintering site for the rare Whooper Swan. The bird sanctuary is one of many tourist attractions in the surrounding area, which also include Grianan of Aileach and the sixteenth-century Burt Castle. Sallybrook was the former railway station near the town Newtown Cunningham is served by bus services both from Lough Swilly and Bus Éireann. Both bus services use the main street as part of their Derry to Letterkenny route, and Bus Éireann's Derry to Galway service also stops in the village. From April 2014, Lough Swilly Buses ceased trading and so the only bus service which services Newtown Cunningham now is provided by Bus Eireann