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Fantastic 5 Bedroom Bungalow with Spacious Garden in Stunning Atlantic Coastal Location, Burtonport, Donegal, Ireland

Fantastic 5 Bedroom Bungalow with Spacious Garden in Stunning Atlantic Coastal Location, Burtonport, Donegal, Ireland

Fantastic 5 Bedroom Bungalow with Spacious Garden in Stunning Atlantic Coastal Location, Burtonport, Donegal, Ireland

Euroresales Property ID – 9826285




County Donegal,




With its welcoming culture and stunning natural scenery, Ireland remains one of the most desirable places across Europe to be.  On offer here is a chance to make a smart investment into this simply magnificent part of the world with this superb house.  

Located in the picturesque fishing village of Burtonport, this amazing property features 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan lounge, kitchen, utility room, shed, car parking and a spacious private garden area (1 acre plot overall).  The garden area is perfectly landscaped with numerous trees and plants featured. 

Not only is this property a chance to start an exciting new chapter in a spacious, modern and comfortable house but, thanks to its idyllic location, this is also a potential venture into Ireland’s ever-growing holiday rental market. Thanks to the emergence of direct rental sites such as Airbnb and booking.com, this market is going through a golden age and this property is perfectly set-up to take advantage of this market.   Located in the heart of Ireland’s mesmerising Wild Atlantic Way but also close to Letterkenny, Derry, Belfast and 3 hours from the iconic capital, Dublin, this really is an area that has the potential to attract tourists from all over the world looking to sample some of Ireland’s fascinating and unique culture.  As well as the famous lush green landscapes, the property is also just a short drive away from many of the region’s stunning beaches.  For those seeking further adventure, Burtonport is also the gateway to the nearby Island of Aranmore, with daily sailings to this magnificent place from the area.  

Sports and Leisure fans will not be disappointed either as the area is surrounded by many excellent walking, cycling, water sports, and fishing areas as well as GAA, Soccer and Rugby Clubs.  The area is also idyllic for golf fans as it is close to many of the country’s beautiful courses such as Cruit Island Golf Club and Gweedore Golf Club.

Despite being in a scenic area, the property and town are also very well-connected transport wise.  This of course provides another massive plus point in the context of holiday rental and commuter markets. The nearest international airport is Belfast, which is around 2.5 hours away and there are also closer regional airports in Donegal and Derry.  


The charming village of Burtonport, Co Donegal, nestles in a deep inlet on the north-west coast of Ireland. This attractive fishing village takes its name from Lord Burton Conynham, a wealthy English landowner who played an important part in its development. He established a pier and called it “Burton’s Port”. This was eventually shortened to became “Burtonport”. Unusually for the north west of Ireland, the name was retained over the years, despite the establishment of Independence. 

Burtonport is the gateway to the island of Aranmore. Daily sailings to and from the island attract a constant flow of visitors throughout the summer months. Every ferry departure is a social event, attracting bustling crowds of locals, visitors, greeters, and curious onlookers. Everything consumed on the island passes through Burtonport Harbour. Its pier fills with boxes and barrels of all shapes and sizes. Box vans and trailers disgorge strangely shaped pieces of machinery and flocks of nervous sheep. The waters of this portion of the Donegal coast, too, boast perfect visibility. They attract diving enthusiasts from all over Europe. Indeed, the coast is speckled with a range of superb dive sites which bring enthusiasts back to Burtonport again and again year after year.

Up until recent years Burtonport was a thriving commercial fishing port. The ongoing tightening of fish quotas over the years has, however, reduced the size of the fishing fleet and forced diversification. Now much of the harbour area is being used to support Burtonports growing tourism industry. New facilities are being developed for water sports and sailing enthusiasts. The Burtonport Festival, too, takes place towards the end of July. It is followed by the wonderful “Mary from Dungloe Festival”, a much-loved international event which draws participants from around the globe. The festival runs for ten days with music, dance and traditional entertainment.


County Donegal is the wild child of Ireland and home to some of its most ravishingly sublime scenery, with the county's craggy coastline making a fitting starting line for the Wild Atlantic Way. This is a county of unspoilt splendour where stark peaks and sweeping beaches bask in glorious sunshine, and port-side restaurants serve majestic food.

Donegal's rugged interior, with its remote mountain passes and shimmering lakes, is only marginally outdone by the long and labyrinthine coastline with windswept peninsulas and isolated pubs. In recent years, the local food scene has been flourishing, and delicious fresh seafood is never far away.

Proudly independent, one-third of Donegal is official Gaeltacht territory, with Irish the lingua franca.


  • Located in a peaceful and well-run community.
  • Option to buy fully furnished (for €5000 extra).
  • Set on 1 acre of lush green private land.
  • 5 bedrooms.
  • 2 bathrooms.
  • Open plan lounge.
  • Kitchen.
  • Utility room.
  • Shed.
  • Car parking.
  • Garden area is perfectly landscaped.
  • Massive potential in the ever-growing Irish holiday rental market.
  • Surrounded by many areas of outstanding natural beauty including the famous Wild Atlantic Way.
  • Boat trips to nearby island of Aranmore available from Burtonport.  
  • Close to the wonderful Rosses Fishery, Donegal.
  • Surrounded by numerous walking, cycling, fishing and water sports areas.
  • Just a short drive to many stunning beaches.
  • A great base to discover Ireland’s many other wonderful places such as Letterkenny, Derry, Belfast and Dublin.
  • Close to many superb golf courses such as Cruit Island Golf Club and Gweedore Golf Club.
  • Excellent transport links.

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  • Product Code: 9826285
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  • 149,000€

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