DescriptionUnique opportunity with superb waterfront location on the pier
Offers over €200,000 - closing date for offers 12.00 noon on Friday 31st May 2019 (unless previously sold)
An extremely rare opportunity to acquire this attractive stone building of c.1150 sq ft with potential to develop for residential or commercial use (or both). The sale is not subject to any planning permission so prospective buyers should satisfy themselves regarding the conversion with Donegal County Council Planning Department. Waterfront properties come to the market very rarely therefore your early viewing/expression of interest is strongly recommended.
Site area c.182 sq metres
Green area to the right of the shed is heritage land & cannot be built on
Sought after coastal location
All year round trade with golfers, surfers, walkers, etc
Connected to all mains services
DirectionsComing into the town of Dunfanaghy from the Portnablagh/Creeslough direction pass Arnolds Hotel on the left and The Carriag Rua on the right. After a short distance turn right into the Market Square and the property is found after Ramseys Stores on the right hand side identified by our For Sale sign.
The village of Dunfanaghy, situated on the Wild Atlantic Way, overlooking the beautiful shores of Sheephaven Bay on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by Blue Flag beaches, and overlooked by the majestic Derryveagh Mountains of Donegal. The village has good local amenities – 2 supermarkets and numerous bars, pubs and restaurants as well as a superb 18 hole links golf course, surfing and surf schools, horse-riding, hill walking, etc. Some of Ireland's most beautiful beaches, cliffs, headlands, forest parks and scenery can all be found in the area around Dunfanaghy. The village overlooks the magnificant Horn Head, is adjacent to the blue flag Kilahoey beach with its golden sands and crystal clear water, and is a short drive to the picturesque harbour at Portnablagh, the blue flag beach at Marble Hill, Ards Forest Park, Ards Friary, Doe Castle, the Rosguill Peninsula, the Fanad Peninsula, Glenveigh National Park.