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This unique four-bed home in Donegal is on the market for €295,000


By Sarah Finnan
12th Jul 2022
This unique four-bed home in Donegal is on the market for €295,000

Spanning across 0.64 acres of land in Donegal, this four-bed detached home makes the most of its surroundings with several large glass windows to the front of the house. 

Tucked away in the lush Irish countryside, this unique property in Killybegs has a cosy loft area, large garden and beautiful views of the nearby Donegal Bay. 

A paved driveway leads up to the house which has ample off-street parking for car owners. Inside, a snug living area has been painted red and yellow to bring colour to the room, with wood floors and a small stove for warmth. 

The kitchen/dining area has been combined into one open-plan room. Tiles line the floor in the kitchen which has plenty of counter space and storage thanks to several wooden cabinets. Meanwhile, the dining area – which sits to the other side of the room – has timber flooring and a small solid fuel stove with a back boiler.

For some of the best views in the house, the conservatory looks out onto Donegal Bay. 

Three of the four bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom has an en-suite complete with a power shower, toilet and washbasin. Each bedroom has also been fitted with a large low Velox window.

Elsewhere in the house, you’ll find an internal garage with a floored loft overhead and a utility room that is currently being used as an office but with huge potential to convert it into another ground-floor bedroom. 

Outside, a large planted garden can be found to the front and side of the house. The property has also been fitted with solar panels to reduce its carbon footprint, while a solid fuel and wood burner heats the home. 

Located just a short distance off the Killybegs/Donegal Town road, the property is under 5km from Killybegs and just over 3km from the small Donegal village of Bruckless. 

Take a full tour of the property through the gallery below. 

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