The house was built in 1999, as part of a discreet, high-quality development on the shores of Lough Swilly. It is south facing with spectacular views over Portsalon Beach, Ballymastocker Bay, Knockalla Mountain, and across to Inishowen.
The architecture of the site successfully blends traditional Irish rural building styles with modern construction techniques. The house has white washed walls, slate roof, pitch pine floor, smaller deep-set windows, exposed roof beams, and cast irons stove.
Gas central heating throughout, gas fired stove in the front room, coupled with full insulation technology and double-glazing ensure the house is kept warm and draught free. Water is heated on-demand providing a constant and plentiful supply.
- Sliding French-windows with patio, outdoors furniture and wonderful sea view.
- Armchair, small and large sofa.
- Set of coffee tables.
- TV and CD stereo.
- Large fully fitted with quality units and dining table & chairs.
- Dishwasher, refrigerator, chest freezer.
- Gas hob, electric oven and grill.
- Microwave, kettle and toaster.
- Complete with plenty of cutlery, crockery, glassware and cookware.
- Ground floor, double bed and en-suite (shower & toilet).
- Upstairs, double and single bed and sea-views.
- Upstairs, double bed.
Bathroom & Toilet Facilities
- Ground floor en-suite and power-shower.
- Ground floor toilet and wash hand basin.
- Upstairs toilet and bath/shower unit.
- Bedding and towels are provided.
- Utility Room.
- Washing machine and tumble dryer.
- Sink and cupboards.
- Radio alarm clocks in each bedroom.
- Vaccum cleaner.
- Hair dryer.
The house is one of fourteen in a development managed as a whole to ensure that the area remains neat and tidy. It is built with efficient energy saving features in mind. All houses feed off a central gas tank, the wastewater is treated to the strictest environmental standards and there are recycling bins within walking distance.