Historic Donegal residence hits the market for €1.95 million!

written by Daniel Brennan June 1, 2024

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

Edenmore House was built in 1771 and has been immaculately maintained into the modern 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 home was previously owned by the late Peter Murphy, a former solicitor, and his wife Nuala.

They maintained and refurbished the stunning 533 square metre property over the years, with modern amenties fitting in with the character one would expect from a stately Georgian-era home.

A total of six luxurious bedrooms lie within, as well as an expansive dining hall and kitchen.

There are also an array of equestrian facilities on the grounds of the estate, including a fully equipped stable yard with eight stables, a tack room, and an enclosed concrete yard. There is also a former sand arena on the grounds that has the potential to be refurbished.


Prime agricultural land on the estate also creates a sizable potential for growth for any prospective buyer, with a pond and woodlands also making the picturesque views that much better.

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