This is a wonderful little (or maybe not so little!) piece of history waiting to be brought back to its former glory. Killygordon House was built c. 1780 and is set in an attractive rural area beside the village of Killygordon on the main Ballybofey to Lifford road.
The entrance hall can be accessed by either the east or west facing doors which then leads into the larger main hall. There are two large reception rooms both measuring 5m x 5m and each with a fireplace and large south facing windows with timber shutters. Other accommodation downstairs comprises a kitchen area, utility and bathroom. Travelling up the large, turned staircase you can bear right to access three bedrooms at the rear of the house and then continue to the first floor where there are a further three bedrooms all overlooking the front of the house. Continuing up to the top floor you will discover three more bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and two of them with a fireplace.
This lovely period house, set on a 0.54 acre plot, is a listed, protected structure. Vacant for a number of years, this property requires complete renovation.
Further historical information about the property is available on the Buildings of Ireland website: www.buildingsofireland.ie.