Superb 5 Bed Detached House in Donegal irelandEuroresales Property iD – 9824372Property information:This is an immaculately presented five bedroom detached residence extending to circa 2,200 sq.ft in area and situated in a tranquil setting within close proximity to Carrick Village (approx. 10 kms) and just under a fifteen minutes’ drive to Ardara.The property sits on a slightly elevated site benefiting from panoramic views over the surrounding countryside plus distant views towards Sliabh Liag (Europe’s Highest Sea Cliffs).Constructed in 2005 by the current owners, this home offers thoughtfully designed accommodation all finished to a high standard throughout to include an entrance hall, living room, open plan kitchen / dining room, utility, family bathroom, shower room, study and five generously proportioned bedrooms (master bedroom benefiting from en-suite facilities).The property could be used either as a holiday home or as a permanent residence.There are also two spacious reception rooms included throughout the property.Other information:South-facing site with panoramic views.All furniture, fixtures and fittings are included in the sale (not including personal and sentimental items).Convenient location just under 10 kms from Carrick Village and 13 kms from Ardara Village.Five generously proportioned bedrooms.Spacious open plan kitchen with causal dining area and separate family room.Extensive views over the surrounding countryside.Two spacious reception rooms.Oil fired central heating with zoning controls.uPVC double glazing throughout.Septic tank within site boundary.About the area:County Donegal is a county of ireland in the province of Ulster. it is named after the town of Donegal in the south of the county. Donegal County Council is the local council and Lifford the county town.The Donegal Gaeltacht has traditionally been a very popular destination each summer for young people from Northern ireland. Scuba diving is also very popular with a club being located in Donegal Town.Walking: there are 31 marked walking ways of which 6 are in the North Region. Detailed maps and guides are available from NorthWest Tourism.The local Hillwalking Club meets on the last Sunday of every month – everyone welcome to join in for the walk. Sliabh Liag Walkers ClubFishing: The local club, Sliabh Liag Angling Association, organises the fishing for salmon and sea trout on the Glen Fishery. The main river of the Glen Fishery is the Glen river. it rises in the northern end of the Sliabh Liag peninsula at the source of Lake Lughraman and winds southward through scenic moorland valleys flowing through the village of Carrick and on to “Ceim an Easa” or the Salmon Leap, the high point for all anglers, before entering Donegal Bay at Teelin estuary.Sea angling is a very popular activity in Donegal. There are almost a dozen sea angling festivals during the season open to visiting anglers as well as unlimited opportunities for shore angling. Deep sea fishing from charter boats is available at a number of locations. Donegal offers some of the best Deep Sea Angling in ireland.