5 Bedroom detached house overlooking Donegal Bay. Close to beaches

5 Bedroom detached house overlooking Donegal Bay. Close to beaches




Feb 2008

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is large detached house sitiated on a hill side overlooking Donegal bay. It is a large split level house over 3 floors with plenty of space and all mod cons. There is a large garden and a paved patio to the rear. Also ample parking.The house is in a very safe and quiet area. Our labrador dog 'paws' is very frendly and will look after you. Friendly neighbours but also no problem with privacy. Play area/small football pitch and basketball hoops to keep the kids happy.


More about us

  1. We are both teachers with 3 boys, aged 16, 12 and 5. We like going to the beach, swimming and surfing bodyboarding and boating.

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Where is it?


Our home is situated overlooking Donegal Bay with spectacular views as far as County Sligo (Ben Bulbin) and on a good day County Mayo. There is a large garden front and back and ample parking. We are close to the Village of Mountcharles and 5km from Donegal Town. The Bluestack mountains are close by. 1km down a quiet road brings you to the shore and pier. Complete the circuit back to the house via the village - most days you will have this walk to yourself with plenty of birdlife and just the sound of the waves. On summer evenings the pier comes to life with boats and swimmers. Across the bay is Murvagh beach idael for long walks and further down the coast is Rossnowlagh, the capital of Irish surfing.

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