On the market – Four properties in Co Donegal

Tromaty, Quigleys Point €280k Sherry FitzGerald Rainey (074) 912 2211

The village of Quigley’s Point is located on the Inishowen peninsula of Donegal, the northernmost part of Ulster, and about 15 kilometers north of the city of Derry.
The village sits on the shores of the Lough Foyle, and offers beautiful views of the contested waters from this secluded cottage about a kilometer from the shore.

The house has an adjoining deluxe apartment at the back, which has a kitchen/living room, bedroom and shower. Elsewhere, the ground floor has a kitchen/dining room and a living room with a solarium. There are five bedrooms and a total interior space of 2,500 square meters, and there is a half-acre garden including a 540 square meter shed.


The White House, Churchill

The White House, Churchill
€175 thousand DNG Boyce Gallagher (074) 916 8608

It will take a firm hand (and heavy pockets) to restore this 19th-century farmhouse, and it’s in the county council’s records for protected structures, but accounts are still available. support for this work. The skeletons are lovely, with bay windows, flagstone floors and some magnificent fireplaces.

It is located on an acre (0.96) facing Lough Akibbon with mature trees and lots of stone construction,.

The main house has a dining room and living room on the ground floor, with an extended kitchen. The first floor has three bedrooms and an outside bathroom. The house sits on the edge of Glenveagh National Park and is about 15km from Letterkenny.


35 Brookfield Heights, Letterkenny

35 Brookfield Heights, Letterkenny
€229k Real Estate Partner Paul Reynolds (074) 912 2399

Brookfield Heights was built in the early 2000s in the town of Carnamogagh, a few kilometers from the center of Letterkenny. As you walk into town, you’ll pass both the hospital and the town park, which has a bowling alley and playground.

No35 is located at the back of the land, near the vacant lot and has a south-facing backyard garden. There is a door to the garden from the living room on the ground floor that runs the length of the house and has an open fire. Opposite the lobby is the kitchen / dining room with off function. There are four bedrooms (one en suite) upstairs for a total floor space of 1,345 sq ft.

3 Millbrook, Rathmullan
€395k Sherry FitzGerald Rainey (074) 912 2211

Rathmullan, the setting of Flight of the Counts, has a beautiful beach that faces east across Lough Swilly towards the Inishowen peninsula, and in the summer you can take a ferry from there to Buncrana.

No3 Millbrook is about two kilometers from the pier and the beach. It sits on a sewer with several other houses, and since it’s in an elevated position, it has nice views of Lough Swilly. It is 1,885 sq ft with five bedrooms – two upstairs with en suite bathrooms.

The first floor also has a gallery/lounge. Downstairs there is a living room, dining room, kitchen and conservatory.

https://www.independent.ie/life/home-garden/homes/on-the-market-four-properties-in-co-donegal-41434780.html On the market – Four properties in Co Donegal

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