Coolatee House, Coolatee, Lifford, Co. Donegal, F93 E1XR

4 Bed Detached House In the Region of €395,000. Viewing Strictly by appointment

  • Property Ref: 4377
  • BER E1
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths

'Coolatee House', also known as 'Saint Anne's', is a charming period residence set on a mature rural plot measuring 0.75 acres. Located approximately two miles north of Lifford town, the original portion of the house is two-storey with a single-storey extension having been added to the front approximately 100 years ago. Two large, delightful reception rooms with bay windows, marble fireplaces, high ceilings decorated with intricate plaster coving plus a spacious entrance hallway are just some of the features contained in the single-storey part of the house. The two-storey section of the house is finished in a cottage style and contains a kitchen / dining room, family den / bar, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. 'Coolatee House' has a total floor area of almost 3,500 square feet with PVC-framed double-glazed windows throughout and oil fired central heating. This is a large, impressive family residence which is being offered for sale at an appealing guide price. All enquiries welcome.

Ground Floor - Reception Hall:     2.6m x 1.65m Terracotta tiled floor. 3.70m high ceilings with plaster coving.  
Ground Floor - Main Hall:    11.2m x 2.6m 3.70m high ceiling with ornate plaster ceiling. Two ornate plaster ceiling roses. Pine flooring. Dado rail at waist height. Split-level staircase at rear of hallway. Six-panel doors opening into two reception rooms.  
Ground Floor - Morning Room    7.3m x 6m 3.70m ceiling height. Windows on three sides. Bay window overlooking front drive (west-facing house). Rear window with distant views of River Finn (east facing). Gable window overlooking garden (south-facing). Ornate plaster cornicing. Ornate plaster centre ceiling rose. Marble fireplace. Picture rail and dado rail. Pine board flooring.  
Ground Floor - Sitting Room:     6m x 5.6m 3.70m ceiling height. Beach marble fireplace with solid fuel stove. Bay window to front. Ornate plaster cornicing. Ornate plaster centre ceiling rose. Picture rail and dado rail. Recessed alcoves. Pine board flooring.  
Lower Ground Floor – Kitchen / Dining Room:     8.5m x 4.2m Oil-fired Rayburn range. Oak high and low level kitchen units. Breakfast counter. Belfast sink. Integrated dishwasher. Electric oven and gas hob. Chrome finish extractor fan. Integrated American fridge. Exposed timber beam ceiling. Two windows. Patio doors (east facing). Three ceiling lights. Tiled floor. Exposed red-brick walls – parts of kitchen wall.  
Lower Ground Floor – Family Den / Bar:     5m x 3.5m Presently finished as a snug bar. Access from hallway and kitchen. Open fire with slate fireplace. Large window. Pine floor.  
Lower Ground Floor - Bedroom One:     6m x 3.5m Open fireplace. Dual aspect windows. Floor carpeted. Plaster ceiling coving. Centre ceiling light.  
Lower Ground Floor - Shower Room:     3m x 2m WC‚ WHB and shower. Washing machine. Floor tiled.  
First Floor - Main Bedroom:     5.3m x 4.2m Dual aspect windows (east and south facing). Exposed timber beam ceiling. Built-in wardrobe. Pine flooring.  
En-Suite:    3m x 2.8m Double-sink‚ marble-topped wash stand. Walk-in shower‚ free-standing bath and WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Floor and walls fully tiled.  
Dressing Room:    2.6m x 2m Velux window.  
First Floor - Bedroom Three:     6m x 3.5m Presently used as an office room. Dual aspect window (east and south facing). Open fireplace. Pine ceiling boards.  
First Floor - Bedroom Four:     3.7m x 3.5m Built-in wardrobe. Pine floor.  
Outbuilding One:    7m x 5m Open-fronted double garage. Storage room at side. Timber framed. Slate roof.  
Outbuilding Two:    5m x 5m Storage shed. Timber framed. Slate roof. Concrete flooring. Lofted office / studio area.  
  • Charming period residence.
  • Total floor area of almost 3.500 square feet.
  • Set in a rural area on a plot measuring 0.75 acres approx.
  • Located 2 miles from Lifford‚ 10 miles from Letterkenny and 14 miles from Derry city.
  • High ceiling heights (3.70m) and intricate plaster cornicing in ground floor area of the house.
  • Large cellar underneath single-storey area of the house.