House for sale in kilmacrenan, donegal - 259000 eur



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Stylish substantial country house with magnificent country views

constructed c.2007 to exacting standards, a superbly appointed designed and decorated home of c. 250 sq metres. the property offers 5 double bedrooms (1 en-suite) plus 2 great bathrooms (both luxuriously appointed). the views from the rear of the property must be seen to be completely appreciated. this very desirable home is situated on an elevated plot in the heart of rolling countryside yet still less than 15 minutes from the town of letterkenny.

the accommodation is arranged as follows,
front door with glass panel to side leading to,
entrance hall, 8.20m x 1.80m (plus return leading to kitchen/dining room ground floor bathroom) high quality great grey porcelain floor tiles, attractive light fitting, alarm sensor pad, telephone point, half glazed double doors to,
living room, 5.50m x 5.00m (into bay window) cornice to ceiling, granite fireplace with tiled hearth wrought iron solid fuel burner with back boiler, roller blinds high quality curtains, semi solid oak wide plank flooring, tv point
kitchen/dining room, 7.80m x 3.50m triple aspect enjoying magnificent far reaching country views, comprehensive range of wall base units, worktop with tiled splashback, stainless steel contemporary sink unit with mixer taps, integrated bosch dishwasher, integrated hotpoint electric oven 4 ring gas hob with extractor canopy over, integrated fridge/freezer, great porcelain floor tiles, high quality lined curtains roller blinds to windows, double glazed doors to outside, door to,
utility room, matching wall base units to those in kitchen, worktop with tiled splashback, hotpoint washing machine, white knight tumble dryer, matching floor tiles to those in kitchen, alarm sensor pad, half glazed door to outside
bedroom 4, 4.03m x 3.75m (front) high quality lined curtains, maple laminated floor, tv point
bedroom 5, 3.75m x 3.40m (rear) amazing far reaching country views, maple laminated floor, fitted curtains, tv point
bathroom, contemporary high quality completely tiled walls, porcelain floor tiles, white 2 piece suite, mirror over wash hand basin, double width completely tiled shower cubicle with aqualisa power shower
contemporary oak, glass stainless steel staircase to first floor,
landing, solid oak floor, loft access, door to walk in hotpress
master bedroom, 5.91m x 3.50m (front) double aspect with fined far reaching county views, oak laminated floor, curtains to windows, tv point, half glazed door to walk in wardrobe with fitted hanging rail radiator plus shoe storage unit, door to,
en-suite, completely tiled with contemporary high quality tiling to walls floor, white 2 piece suite, mirror shaver light over wash basin, corner shower cubicle with curved sliding shower doors plus electric shower, skylight window
bedroom 2, 6.90m x 4.14m (front) oak laminated floor, curtains to window, tv point, door to single walk in wardrobe
bedroom 3, 6.00m x 3.75m (front) double aspect with magnificent country views, beech laminated floor, curtains to windows, tv point, half glazed double doors to great walk in wardrobe with radiator
luxurious family bathroom, stylish high quality tiling to walls floor, step up to oval jacuzzi bath with mixer taps, further white contemporary 2 piece suite, contrast tiling over wash hand basin with shaver light above, skylight window
outside, grounds of c.0.5 acre surrounding the property with magnificent country views from most aspects. front garden laid to lawn with ranch fencing to front boundary, entrance pillars with wrought iron entry gates, drive around kerbed gravel drive, bricked walkway surrounding property. further car parking area to rear, lawned area, concrete hardstanding
storage shed, block built for garden machinery, etc. constructed in such a way that roof space of same could be used if required as a terrace/decked area - just requiring railing floor finish. given the majestic country views from the rear of the property this could become an extremely attractive feature by which to really enjoy the peace serenity of this appealing home

white pvc double glazing
white doors, skirtings architraves
oil fired central heating + back boiler
5 bedrooms/3 bathrooms
external downlights to guttering lights to each corner of property
grounds of c.0.5 acre
magnificent country views
block built shed with option for a roof terrace

coming into the village of kilmacrennan from the letterkenny direction turn right at the crossroads (in the village) and continue for approximately 1/3 mile turning left immediately by a cottage with a red corrugated roof. continue then for c.1 mile (ignoring left turn after 300 metres) and the property will then be found on the left at the top of the hill 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 great 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.





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259000.00 Euro €
Ireland, Donegal
Kilmacrenan,
Skerry

Published: June 23, 2017
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