Completely renovated 2 story family home. Renovated in 2011. Has beautiful ever changing scenic landscape. Overlooking Blue flag beach at Narin strand and...
Where is it?
The house is situated on an elevated site overlooking what is arguably the most scenic part of coastline in Ireland. The property has a magnificent panoramic view looking out to the Atlantic from Cnoc Fola (Bloody Foreland) in the west. North to Tory Island and Inniboffin Island, and east to the magnificent and unspoilt Magheroarty beach and Horn Head.
The area lends itself to some of the finest hill walking and mountain climbing in Ireland, from the high peak of Errigal to the flat summit of Muckish Mountain and on along the lakeshores of the Poison Glen at Dunlewey. There are plenty of well-defined walks for the very young and not so young, plus hill and mountain climbing for the inexperienced and the more professional climber.
The property is only two minutes drive from Magheroarty Pier where there are thriving sea angling opportunities. Local rivers and numerous small lakes provide excellent supplies of salmon and trout.
From the property all the previous places mentioned can be reached between a few minutes to Magheroarty pier to the bottom of Errigal in about twenty minutes. Glenveigh National Park, one of the six national parks of Ireland, is about 30 minutes drive from Cnoc na Naomh, while Letterkenny Town is 45 minutes taking the new road passed Glenveagh National Park, Donegal International Airport is about 30 minutes from Cnoc na Naomh.
The nearby village of Gortahork with its local theatre, entertainment and local hotel and pub provide good craic.
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