Property For Sale Kerrykeel,Ireland

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4 bed Property for sale

Magnificient 4 Bedroom House Overlooking Stunning Mulroy Bay, Kerrykeel, Donegal, ireland

$574,014 | £412,907 | €475,000
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Magnificient 4 Bedroom House Overlooking Stunning Mulroy Bay, Kerrykeel, Donegal, ireland Euroresales Property iD - 9826126 LOCATiON Cor na Ron Ballymagowan Lower, Kerrykeel, F92 H704 County Donegal, ireland PROPERTY OVERViEW With its world-famous hospitality and stunning natural scenery, ireland's reputation as a place to live continues to grow. On offer here is a chance to make a smart investment into this magnificent part of the world with this fantastic house. Located between the villages of Kerrykeel and Portsalon and overlooking the east bank of beautiful Mulroy Bay, Cor na Ron (translated 'the seal's pool') offers 4 bedrooms, 5 reception room and 31/2 bathrooms. The tidal waters of the bay are easily accessible just across the road to swim, kayak, fish etc. The property is close to many of the region's outstanding beaches such as the famous Ballymastocker beach (the 2nd most beautiful in the world), Tramore and Rathmullan, all within a 20-minute drive. Perched on Fanad Head, only 15 minutes drive away, is one of the oldest working lighthouses in ireland and which is open to the public. Not only is this property a chance to start an exciting new chapter in a spacious, modern and comfortable home but, thanks to its stunning location, it provides potential into ireland's ever-growing holiday rental market. Located in the heart of ireland's mesmerizing Wild Atlantic Way but also close to Letterkenny, Derry, Belfast and only 3.5 hours from the iconic capital, Dublin, this really is an area that has the potential to attract tourists from all over the world looking to sample some of ireland's fascinating and unique culture. Donegal is renowned for its rolling hills, lakes, beaches, rivers and inlets so sports and leisure fans will not be disappointed as they will be surrounded by many excellent walking, cycling, water sports, and fishing areas as well as Tennis, GAA, Soccer and Rugby Clubs. There are many local hill-walking and hiking clubs and tours, sailing, sea-angling and fishing, kayaking, and surfing and water sports clubs. The area is also idyllic for golf fans as it is close to many of the county's beautiful courses such as Portsalon (10 minutes), Letterkenny (25 minutes) and Rosapenna (20 minutes). Despite being in a scenic area, the property is well-connected transport wise, which, of course, provides another massive advantage in the context of holiday rental and commuter markets. For a superb visual representation of the area, copy and paste the following link to your browser: https://youtu.be/AaZg9NvtpJ4 WiDER DONEGAL AREA County Donegal is the wild child of ireland and home to some of its most ravishingly sublime scenery, with the county's craggy coastline making a fitting starting line for the Wild Atlantic Way. This is a county of unspoilt splendour where stark peaks and sweeping beaches bask in glorious sunshine, port-side restaurants serve innovative food, and small country pubs and isolated taverns provide a welcome drink and impromptu traditional music sessions. in recent years, the local food scene has been flourishing, and delicious fresh local seafood is never far away. Donegal's rugged interior, with its remote mountain passes and shimmering lakes, is only marginally outdone by the long and labyrinthine coastline with rugged cliffs and windswept peninsulas; a landscape so wild that Golden Eagles have successfully been reintroduced to the skies overlooking Glenveagh National Park (around 30 minutes' drive away). With its country roads, and a coastline that cuts and curves, the word 'escape' doesn't even begin to do it justice. The road runs out at the show-stopping Slieve League cliffs, dropping 600 metres into Donegal Bay; they are amongst the tallest in western Europe, an unforgettable hike. They are a highlight of the Wild Atlantic Way, the breathtaking road that runs all the way along the Western coast from Donegal to Cork in the south of ireland. Proudly independent, one-third of Donegal is official Gaeltacht - irish speaking territory. PROPERTY DETAiLS This magnificent modern four-bedroom detached home sits on an elevated 1.32-acre private site with breath-taking open views of Mulroy Bay. Designed by the vendors, no cost has been spared in the luxurious finish, this property has spacious and modern living accommodation constructed to an exceptional standard throughout. ACCOMODATiON Entrance Hall (3.26m x 1.67m) Kitchen (5.66m x 5.23m) High quality fittings and appliances throughout include German high gloss white kitchen, italian polished granite worktops, large open plan with in-built Siemens steam oven, two Sinkerator electric trash compactors, Gaggenau wine cooler, Norcool 2 drawer refrigerated unit, Siemens dishwasher, large electric ilve oven and Siemens American fridge-freezer. Sliding doors to outside patio. Dining Room (4.44m x 3.86m). Utility Room (3.5m x 3.06m) With Siemens washer and dryer, microwave and storage cabinets. Lounge/Entertainment Room (6.57m x 5.81m), Marble fireplace for open fire, Pool Table and sliding doors to outside patio. Study (4.64m x 4.1m). Guest Toilet (2.1m x 1.48m). Bedroom 1 (4.18m x 3.27m) With en-suite Shower room (2.08m x 1.67m) and overhead fan. Bedroom 2 (4.3m x 3.46m) With built-in wardrobes, wash-hand basin and overhead fan. Jack and Jill en-Suite Shower Room (2.32m x 1.85m). Bedroom 3 (4.75m x 3.68m) With built-in wardrobes, wash-hand basin and overhead fan. Master Bedroom (5.13m x 4.51m) with En-Suite Master Bathroom (3.68m x 3.17m) With whirlpool bath, twin wash-hand basins and spa shower. Open landing to Walk-in Wardrobes (3.85m x 1.02m). Walk-in Wardrobes area (3.42m x 2.88m). Cloakroom (2.32m x 1.21m) leading to Attic Room/Storage (8.45m x 4.05m) with full flooring (for potential conversion to a large bedroom/games room) Garage (5.91m x 5.17m) With electric up-and-over door, oil-fired boiler and upright freezer FEATURES: italian porcelain tiling throughout all reception and main living areas with timber in bedrooms Underfloor heating (individual thermostats in each room) Security Alarm System Electric Security Gate Central Vacuum system Paved patio overlooking Mulroy Bay Ample car parking at rear Contact Euro Resales Ltd to book an inspection
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