DescriptionTown centre redevelopment opportunity
Positioned on an elevated 0.44 acre site enjoying uninterrupted views of Lough Swilly and Buncrana town centre, this modest cottage requires complete refurbishment. However its central location is sure to create a huge level of interest therefore an early appointment to view is strongly recommended.
Local Area Guide Video: www.franklins.ie/area-guides/inishowen
AccommodationThe property is arranged as follows;
PVC part glazed front door to;
Entrance Hallway; 4.32m x 3.36m tiled floor, door to;
Living Room; 4.43m x 3.97m into bay window, good views of Lough Swilly & Buncrana town centre, tiled fireplace with tiled hearth & open fire, TV point
Second Living Room; 4.41m x 3.97m into square bay window, good views of Lough Swilly & Buncrana town centre, tiled fireplace with open fire
Bedroom 1; 4.09m x 2.74m (rear) carpeted floor, tiled fireplace with open fire, door to built in storage unit
Bedroom 2; 2.62m x 2.10m (rear) carpeted floor
Bathroom; 2.91m x 1.54m white 3 piece suite
Family/Living Room; 4.09m x 3.17m double aspect, door to hot press, open flu, door to;
Back Scullery; 3.29m x 1.82m modest range of wall & base units, half glazed hard wood door to outside ramp
Outside; overall grounds of 0.44 acres
Front – garden extensively laid to lawn, mature trees to side boundary, 4ft. hedging to front boundary, entrance pillars & wing walls, kerb & gravel drive way
Rear - Please note – the rear boundary is the block built wall *the rear garden is not included*
Town centre location
0.44 acre plot
Oil fired central heating
Partially PVC double glazed
Walking distance to the town centre
DirectionsBy putting the Eircode F93 H5K6 into Google maps on your smart phone the app will direct interested parties to this property.
Buncrana, the largest town in the Inishowen Peninsula, is positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana just 14 miles from Derry City and 27 miles north of Letterkenny. With a population of some 7000, the town has much to offer in terms of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities:-
Churches: Christchurch, St. Mary’s Oratory, St. Mary’s Church Cockhill, Star of the Sea Desertegney
Schools: St Oran’s N.S., St. Mura’s N.S., Scoil Iosagain, St. Joseph’s N.S., Gaelscoil Bhun Chrannacha, Crana College and Scoil Mhuire
Shopping: In addition to Buncrana’s long Main Street the town has also been boosted in 2007 with the creation of Ardravan Square which, like the Main Street, offers a variety of independent shop traders plus Supervalu, Aldi & Lidl providing the local residents with a good selection of local, national and international produce.
Restaurants/Bars/Hotels: Buncrana has three hotels, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Lake of Shadows and The Harbour Inn, as well as a wide variety of bars and restaurants both on the Main Street and within a 2 mile radius - notably The Drift Inn Bar & Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant and O’Flaherty’s Bar
Beaches: Being positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana is blessed with some beautiful long sandy beaches namely – Lisfannon, The Shorefront, Porthaw and Stragill.
Sports: Buncrana has several local, well run sports clubs offering soccer, GAA, boxing and golf.