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Property: The home of your dreams is right here in Donegal

Beulah-Anne Sinton

Price: €750,000

Still riding high after being named “the coolest place on the planet” by National Geographic in 2017 and of course given its envied popularity along the now iconic Wild Atlantic Way, Co Donegal is undoubtedly somewhere many people, especially people from Northern Ireland, cast an eye towards when thinking about buying property. 

However we never really needed Star Wars or world class surfers to roll into town - most of us have known since childhood that this county and its bountiful landscapes are really special. 

And this stunning property at 2 Pier Road, Portnablagh offers pretty much all of the things we crave at a life along the Donegal coast. 

It enjoys direct access to the beach and uninterrupted views of the ocean all just a short stroll from Dunfanaghy’s vibrant town centre. Opportunities to surf, kayak or hike are yours while a host of some of the county’s most iconic attractions, such as the sublime Glenveagh National Park and Arts Forest Park are just waiting for you to explore as often as you like. 

This stunning four bedroom property enjoys an enviable location in a much sought after area - and it’s easy to see why. 

Of course the property takes full advantage of its waterside aspect with an excellent outlook evident from its open plan kitchen/living/dining areas and master ensuite. 

Meanwhile there are beautiful fixtures at every twist and turn such as large windows, tiling, stone work and timber ceilings. It is a property both beside the sea, but full of warmth, character and charm. 

Portnablagh Pier enjoys a white sandy beach and docking point and after a short drive, homeowners here can enjoy multiple other beaches including Kilahoey Beach, Marble Hill Beach and the ever scenic Tramore Beach. 

In the seasonal months Dunfanaghy town comes alive with the local community hosting many internationally renowned festivals such as the Dunfanaghy Jazz and Blues Festival, The Bluegrass and Nashville Music Festival and the Dunfanaghy Food Festival. There are also numerous popular eateries in the immediate area including Buttermilk, The Cove, The Rusty Oven, Arnolds, Starfish and Molly’s Restaurant. 

Approximately one hour from both Derry and Strabane, a new and incredible opportunity awaits you and your loved ones in Portnablagh. 

For more information on this unique property, go online today at www.daft.ie or call 00353 (0) 74 91 68608.

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