This charming bungalow is situated in a delightful cul-de-sac in Culmore Point, Londonderry. You will feel right at home in this lovely property, which boasts a well-equipped kitchen with beautiful units, a hospitable dining table and utility en-suite for your convenience. The three bedrooms are presented beautifully, with two en-suite bathrooms comprising of modern-day fixtures and all-white overtones. The comfortable sitting room is made toasty with the open fire whilst the wooden flooring throughout the property adds a quality finish. Suitable for families and friends looking for a spot of relaxation combined with idyllic sightseeing, this is the perfect base for touring Northern Ireland. Step out into the enclosed garden area and drink your morning coffee with the newspaper, or eat your evening meal alfresco style. Surrounded by wondrous landscapes, this cottage is ideally resting in Culmore Point, which is known for its Yacht Club and sighting the big cruise ships that dock in Foyle Port, straight across from Culmore. There is stunning scenery around Culmore Point, ideal for beautiful walks along the shore and picnicking; why not stop in at Magnet Bar for a refreshing drink along the way? Londonderry is but a stone's throw away boasting many attractions worth a visit; St. Columb's Cathedral and the Peace Bridge along with the Tower Museum with its spectacular views and historical exhibits, not to mention the vibrant shopping centre and Ness Country Park. Coneyville is an ideal property, suitable all-year-round.
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Bedrooms & Suites
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite basin and WC, 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open-plan kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
Culmore is a townland in County Londonderry, boasting a selection of shops, supermarkets and schools along with Foyle Golf Centre. Sailing is a popular sport along River Foyle whilst Culmore point is known for its Yacht Club and sighting the big cruise ships that dock in Foyle Port. Londonderry is a mere stone's throw from Culmore, the second-largest city in Northern Ireland and home to the 17th-century Derry walls with 7 gates, St. Columb's Cathedral, the Peace Bridge and the Tower Museum boasting city views and historical exhibits.