A landmark building known as the ‘Coal Shed” on the pier at Dunfanaghy has gone on the market with a guide price of offers in excess of €200,000.

The property, which is understood to be owned locally, has been listed for sale by Franklin’s Estate Agents.


They say this is a unique opportunity with superb waterfront location on the pier.

It is expected that the sale will attract significant interest as in recent years Dunfanaghy has been in the spotlight as a popular year-round destination for tourists making their way along the Wild Atlantic Way.

The village also attracts a large number of people from Northern Ireland who frequently visit the area on weekend and holiday periods.

The vendor details that the owner is seeking offers of “over €200,000”
and the closing date for offers is 12noon on Friday, 31st May unless the building is previously sold.

They added: “An extremely rare opportunity to acquire this attractive
stone building of c.1150 sq ft with a potential to develop for residential or commercial use (or both).


“The sale is not subject to any planning permission so prospective buyers should satisfy themselves regarding the conversion with Donegal County Council Planning Department.

“Waterfront properties come to the market very rarely, therefore, your early viewing/expression of interest is strongly recommended.”

The freehold property is approximately 182 square metres in size and a green area next to the property is deemed a heritage site and cannot be built upon.



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