Daniel O’Donnell’s former Cruit Island home has officially gone sale agreed.
The singer sold the Donegal Shore house in 2007 to former Irish Psychics Live boss Tom Higgins for almost €3 million.
However, the luxury home at Cruit Lower, Kincasslagh, was put back on the market last year at a knockdown €1 million.
The house has eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, several reception rooms, extensive gardens and its own jetty on the Atlantic.
It stretches to 9,700 square feet come son a two acre site with a summer house, a detached three-car garage and paved cliff-top seating areas.
After selling the property, O’Donnell and his wife, Majella, moved to a house nearby.
Their current home was redesigned by architect Dermot Bannon and featured on RTÉ’s Room to Improve.