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IrelandDonegalPettigoDrumhariff, Pettigo, Donegal

€230,000
€25,000.00 25th Sep 17 Show 2 More

Drumhariff, Pettigo, Donegal

4 beds 3 baths Energy RatingSemi-Detached House
Eircode: F94FK3
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Description

Agent’s Comments: NTERESTED IN THIS PROPERTY? Contact the agent NOW as the unique location of this house JUST METRES OVER THE BORDER ON THE EUROPE SIDE means the asking price will increase after BREXIT - deal or no deal! This house would make an ideal holiday home for NI or UK residents who can also use this property as an address in Europe for business purposes or as a base in Europe. Just 90 mins from Belfast and its airports and even closer to the airports of Knock and Derry, this property would be ideal for British or Northern Irish investors who, following BREXIT, could "pop over" to Europe no matter what the outcome. There's a reason why Jacob Rees-Mogg is buying up property on the Irish side of the border. DON'T LET THIS OPPORTUNITY PASS YOU BY! Dating back to the latter part of the 19th century, this truly exceptional home has been completely modernised to meet all today's needs while retaining the best of the property's original features. Refurbished and updated to a high-end finish, this property boasts quality and bespoke features throughout. Formerly used as a hunting lodge by the Castle Leslie Estate, this property is equally perfect for a family who want a safe and quiet location close to the local school and community centre or as a post-Brexit getaway for prospective purchasers who enjoy the tranquillity of Co. Donegal. Set against a backdrop of rugged mountains and roving hills, this home offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside whilst remaining just 26km from Donegal Town and approx. 30km from the main shopping hubs of Omagh and Enniskillen. The small village of Pettigo sits on the border of Co. Donegal in the Republic of Ireland and counties Fermanagh and Tyrone in Northern Ireland. It is bisected by the river Termon which forms part of the border between north and south and up until the late 1700s the area was known as "an Tearmann," meaning "a place of sanctuary." Pettigo remains one of those rare locations in today's world that offers safety and security for families with small children and is just as ideal for purchasers who may want to escape the hub-bub of city living. Surrounded by hills, mountains and quiet country roads, Pettigo residents are within walking distance to all local amenities including shops, school and the Termon Complex which houses a gym, all-weather pitch and children's play park, restaurant, bar, theatre, cinema and conference rooms. The house on offer is located right beside the area's beautiful forest walk. People living in the area of this property can walk directly to the Termon Centre and village shops along this forest path which meanders through the old railway line under a forest canopy on a path that is dotted with sculptures by a local artist. Residents of all ages enjoy the many activities and community groups being run at the Termon complex from Pilates to drama workshops, a men's and women's group, bingo and social dancing are just some of the permanent activities being run while visiting plays and music artists like Christy Moore play this venue regularly. Lying between Lough Erne and Lough Derg, Pettigo boasts over fifty lakes and is able to offer anglers a full range of fishing opportunities.

Accommodation

Ground Floor: Entrance hall: 2.22m x 5.70m Reclaimed natural stone flooring with guest W.C. off. Guest W.C. 1.97 m x 1.18m W.C. & wash hand basin. Stone tiled floor. Dining/Living Room: 6.88m x 6.14m (L shaped) Open plan dining area and living room. Carpet floor, exposed wooden beams. Double French doors leading to rear patio area.  Kitchen: 5.05m x 3.97m Reclaimed natural stone flooring. Exposed wooden beam. 1950’s retro AGA stove. Belfast sink. Deep panelled inset window with cushion seating. Lounge: 2.63m x 5.08m Reclaimed natural stone flooring. Open fire. Utility/pantry: 4.39m x 2.64m Fully fitted high and low level units. Space for washing machine and cooker. Stainless steel sink. Reclaimed red terracotta ‘Quarry’ Tiles to floor. First Floor Master Bedroom: 4.09m x 3.57m Double Bedroom. Solid wooden flooring. En-Suite. En-suite: 2.97m x 1.77m 3 piece suite with corner shower, W.C. & wash hand basin. Tiled floor and shower. Bedroom 2: 5.09m x 2.72m Solid wooden flooring. Walk In Dressing Room: 3.84m x 1.72m Fully fitted wardrobe and shelving. Carpet floor. Bedroom 3: 4.85m x 3.34m Double Bedroom. Solid wooden flooring. Bedroom 4: 3.35m x 3.49m Double Bedroom. Solid wooden flooring. Bathroom: 2.81m x 2.09m 4 piece suite comprising of standalone bath, corner shower, W.C. & wash hand basin. Mediterranean Style Tiled floor and tiled shower. Exterior Cobbled Stone of Spanish Fan design to driveway offering off-street parking for a number of vehicles. Stone pillars to front. Front porch with exposed wooden beams, Victorian tiles and seating area. Front gardens laid in lawn. Rear garden fully enclosed by old Irish stone walls, comprising of concrete yard at the upper level and laid in lawn at the lower level. Large Detached Garden Shed. Decking area with stone built BBQ area perfect for those Summer evenings.

Features

Features: - Convenient to all local amenities - PVC Double Glazing - Oil Fired Central Heating - Modern and Upgraded Throughout Including Evacuated Solar Panels - Modern Bathroom Suites - 4 Double Bedrooms & Walk In Dressing Room - Master Bedroom With En-Suite - Detached Garden Shed - BBQ & Patio Area

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BER: D1
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