Red Brook Cottage, Fahan
4 Bed Detached house For Sale
This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near
Redbrook Cottage is a charming cottage built 1/4 century ago located in the picturesque village of Fahan. It has direct access via a pathway to Lisfannon blue flag beach. There are lovely views over Lough Swilly and Inch Island from the house. It is only a 5 minute drive from Inishowens largest town, Buncrana. The village has a large marina which is home to numerous yachts and the base for the Lough Swilly Yacht Club.
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
Entrance hallway with maple floor
Expansive Lounge with fireplace, cornicing to ceiling, TV point
Kitchen/Dining Area: comprehensive range of wall & base units in cream colour, integrated appliances and wooden floor
Study/Bedroom 4, wooden flooring
Utility room: comprehensive range of wall & base units in white, plumbed for washing machine & tumble dryer, door access to rear.
W.C, 2 piece suite in white
Master Bedroom, carpet flooring, spacious white 3 piece ensuite, including bath.
2nd Bedroom, carpet flooring, white 3 piece ensuite with electric shower
3rd Bedroom, spacious room, carpet flooring with double doors out onto balcony thus giving uninterrupted views over Lough Swilly, Lisfannon, Buncrana and Inch Island.
Entrance pillars with wooden gates leading onto gravelled driveway. Grounds mostly laid on lawn with mature trees to back boundary. Ample space for parking and storage.
BER Rating: D1
BER No.: 106511470
Energy Performance Indicator: 235.25kWh/m²/yr
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