Overlooking the splendour of Enniscrone Golf Club, one of the top 100 links courses worldwide, Marella is a truly exclusive development. Just imagine yourself sitting on your private deck overlooking the fairways, with the scent of salt in the air, and the sound of the waves nearby, and you are getting close to the real picture of the special lifestyle on offer. Enniscrone has to be one of the most unspoiled gems of the Irish coastline. Apart from the amazing blue flag beach with some of the best swimming areas along the Atlantic coast, this picturesque seaside village boasts the original Kilcullen Seaside Baths, lively local pubs, and interesting restaurants. A few minutes up the rugged coast finds you in Easkey, home to a dramatic coastline, and the most exciting surf in Europe, now becoming a popular destination for surfers from all corners of the world. In respect of this amazing location, Marella has been designed to make the most of the fantastic views out to Killala Bay and Nephin and Ox Mountains. This is a development of only 50 luxurious detached houses, featuring five different contemporary styled architect designed houses, all featuring panoramic windows, solid oak flooring and red deal doors, along with generous allowances for kitchens and fireplaces. As an added bonus, these homes will come with complimentary membership of the new Leisure Club (swimming pool, fitness centre, treatment rooms) attached to the adjoining 4 star hotel complex, The Diamond Coast Hotel. Finished to an impeccable standard by Liam Scott Developments, a developer renowned for high standards of workmanship, Marella offers stylish living options, with a wealth of space and light. The location and style are not the only attractions here, as these properties avail of generous tax breaks. These homes are tax designated under an incentive scheme, which allows purchasers to offset up to 90% of the purchase price against other Irish rental income for which they would otherwise be liable. All houses are covered under the Homebound 10 year Structural Guarantee scheme.