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This Donegal home that looks out to sea is on the market for €375,000


By Megan Burns
31st Aug 2022
This Donegal home that looks out to sea is on the market for €375,000

With the sea on one side and mountains on the other, it would be hard to find a more picturesque location.

A spacious four-bedroom home, Ballysaggart overlooks Ballysaggart Pier and Inver Bay, wit the spectacular Conarad Mountain range in the backdrop. 

You enter the home via a porch with a  natural slate floor and hardwood saddle door. This leads into the living room, a well-sized space that has plenty of character. A sandstone fireplace with built-in solid fuel stove acts as a focal point for this space. 

Donegal house for sale living room

A natural slate floor and solid pine ceiling beams add texture, while there are double doors to an outside patio, and French doors to the sunroom. 

The sunroom has a dual aspect, giving views of both the mountains and sea, while a slides door gives further access to the patio. 

The kitchen and dining room also has ceiling beams, and a matching fireplace and stove with the living space creates a feeling of cohesion between the spaces. A utility room sits off this space. 

Donegal house for sale

A hallway leads to the four bedrooms, all of which have timber floors, while two have en suite bathrooms. There is also a family bathroom.

Outside, a garage provides extra storage, while the patio provides a place to sit and enjoy the surroundings. 

Donegal house for sale

The house sits on a long 1.43 acre site, including two-bay stable block, ideal for someone who has horses. Situated just under half an hour’s drive from Donegal town, the rugged Wild Atlantic Way is also on your doorstep to explore. 

Click through our gallery to see the full tour of this home, which is on sale through DNG.