Located on the Portnoo side of Gweebarra Bridge, this is a dream coastal property. A vacant cottage known as 'The Ferry House' is where the public purchased a boat ride across the estuary before Gweebarra Bridge was constructed. This property has hundreds of metres of beach frontage. Three buildings are constructed on the property - 'The Ferry House' cottage, plus a derelict cottage, as well as a boathouse at the waters edge. Also contained on the property are two piers - an old stone pier and a modern pier. With the Atlantic Ocean lapping on its shores along the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s spectacular coastal route, it is very seldom that a property of this type with both substantial developmental potential and extensive beach frontage come on the market in County Donegal. Early viewing is strongly recommended.
|Kitchen / Living Room||4.6m x 4.2m||Cast iron Stanley Range. Kitchen units with stainless steel sink. Window.|
|Bedroom One||4.2m x 3.8m||Open fireplace. 2.8m high ceiling. Window.|
|Bedroom Two||4.2m x 1.8m||Window to rear.|
|Bathroom||2.5m x 2.2m||Bath. Wash-hand basin. WC. Window.|
|Attic Area||Open plan attic area. Potential to develop additional rooms.|