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Historic Donegal residence hits the market for €1.95 million!

A historic Georgian residence in Ballybofey has hit the market for almost €2 million.

Edenmore House was built in 1771 and has been impeccably maintained to this day.

For the asking price of €1.95 million, the prospective buyer would also receive 90 acres of land surrounding the picturesque property.

The historic house was owned by the late Peter Murphy, a former solicitor, and his wife Nuala.

They have maintained and renovated the impressive 533 square meter property over the years, with modern amenities to suit the character one would expect from a Georgian-era stately home.

Inside there are a total of six luxurious bedrooms, as well as a large dining room and kitchen.

There are also a variety of equestrian facilities in the grounds of the estate, including a fully equipped stable yard with eight stalls, a tack room and an enclosed concrete yard. There is also an old arena stadium on the grounds that has potential to be renovated.

The estate’s excellent agricultural land also creates considerable growth potential for any prospective buyer, with a pond and woodland also making the picturesque views that much better.

You can view the full list of properties here: https://raineyproperty.ie/property/edenmore-house-a-sprawling-georgian-estate-on-36-33-ha-90-acres-approximately/

Historic Donegal residence hits the market for €1.95 million! was last modified: June 1, 2024 by Daniel Brennan

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