The former Cashelnagor Railway Station is a beautifully restored Station House and Waiting Room on the now dismantled “Letterkenny & Burtonport Railway Line”. Built in 1902, the building was home to a long line of stationmasters and their families until the railway closed in 1947. The last family left the railway station in 1954 but welcomed acting royalty, Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie in the early 1990’s when they filmed “The Railway Station Man”, at Cashelnagor.
The home was purchased in 2017 by the current owners who completely restored the former station and split it into two units – ideal opportunity for two families to holiday together or alternatively the house can be configured into a single house with guest accommodation. The property is in a peaceful rural area enjoying stunning views of Mount Errigal and standing on 2.91 Ha (7.19 acres).
The Station House is finished to the highest standard in keeping with the traditional style but with all the modern conveniences. Accommodation is laid to provide sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, master bedroom and ensuite and an additional bedroom upstairs. The views from the upstairs bedroom are amazing with one window looking towards Errigal and the other towards the Atlantic Ocean and Tory Island.
The adjoining ‘Waiting Room’ is an independent one-bedroom apartment and can be easily integrated with The Station House.
The sale includes all existing floor coverings, blinds / curtains and light fittings.