3 Ardravan Square, Buncrana , Donegal F93 K036

Guide price €120,000
Guide price €120,000
Price Guide price €120,000
Style Miscellaneous
Status For sale

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Franklins

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Features

  • Undeveloped since construction 2004
  • First & second floors
  • Residential or commercial use
  • C.2240 sq ft
  • Town centre location

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Franklins have just taken instructions on this undeveloped first & second floor residential/commercial space of c.2240 sq ft. The property offers investors, speculators and builders an opportunity to finish out (for occupation or to rent) these two units in the heart of Buncrana.

Directions
From the Lower Main Street in Buncrana turn left into Ardravan Square and No.3 will be easily identified by our For Sale sign.
Buncrana, the largest town in the Inishowen Peninsula, is positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana just 14 miles from Derry City and 27 miles north of Letterkenny. With a population of some 7000, the town has much to offer in terms of shopping, sporting and recreational amenities:-
Churches: Christchurch, St. Mary`s Oratory, St. Mary`s Church Cockhill, Star of the Sea Desertegney
Schools: St Oran`s N.S., St. Mura`s N.S., Scoil Iosagain, St. Joseph`s N.S., Gaelscoil Bhun Chrannacha, Crana College and Scoil Mhuire
Shopping: In addition to Buncrana`s long Main Street the town has also been boosted in 2007 with the creation of Ardravan Square which, like the Main Street, offers a variety of independent shop traders plus Supervalu, Aldi & Lidl providing the local residents with a good selection of local, national and international produce.
Restaurants/Bars/Hotels: Buncrana has three hotels, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel, Lake of Shadows and The Harbour Inn, as well as a wide variety of bars and restaurants both on the Main Street and within a 2 mile radius - notably The Drift Inn Bar & Restaurant, The Beach House Restaurant, The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant and O`Flaherty`s Bar
Beaches: Being positioned on the shores of Lough Swilly, Buncrana is blessed with some beautiful long sandy beaches namely ? Lisfannon, The Shorefront, Porthaw and Stragill.
Sports: Buncrana has several local, well run sports clubs offering soccer, GAA, boxing and golf.


Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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