- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 127 m²
Nestled in a quiet corner off Rocky Valley Drive lies this fine home, a beautiful country style bungalow is hidden behind tall hedging and is set on a flat acre of grounds that offers so much to the discerning purchaser.
The spacious and versatile accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, a large living room with feature fireplace leading through to the sunroom, the second cosier sitting room boasts a solid fuel burning stove and opens to the spacious working kitchen. Off this there is a utility room. On the ground floor there are four double bedrooms, three of which are ensuite and a generous family bathroom. Upstairs the attic has been converted to accommodate two large attic rooms that could be used as bedrooms space, a home office, and a dressing room. There is a shower room and separate w.c. to complete the internal accommodation.
Surrounded by mature hedging and colourful planting beds this 1 acre approx. mainly lawned garden was once used as a camping and caravan site and comes still equipped with multiple power points and two outdoor shower rooms and w.c. It now would make a fantastic family garden for those looking for their own football pitch! It does of course have great potential to extend should once needs require. To the rear of this home is a private courtyard that has direct access to the detached two storey garage, large shed and greenhouse and it perfectly captures the evening sun.
The gateway to the scenic garden county; Kilmacanogue Village is home to a well-regarded primary school, parish church, Plucks bar and restaurant, Avoca Handweavers, two Circle K garages and its direct access onto the N11 provides easy access to the M50 and the nearby towns of Bray and Greystones with an abundance of local services and amenities. The area is very popular for outdoor enthusiasts such as hill walkers and cyclists whilst it also appeals to tourists with the nearby attractions of Powerscourt House and Gardens, Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains. There is world-class golf at Druids Glen down the road, championship golf at Powerscourt where the house, Italianate gardens and waterfall are a major attraction; and Avoca Handweaver s Glencormac emporium minutes drive or a bracing walk. Commuters are well serviced with easy access to good transport links including the N11/M11/M50 road corridor, Dublin Bus Service, Luas at Cherrywood, and DART stations in Bray or Greystones.
Features and Services
Bord Na Mona Puraflow sewerage treatment system
Multiple external electricity points
1 acre/ 0.4ha approx. flat garden
Detached garage currently used as a home office
Flexible living accommodation
Close to Kilmacanogue and Enniskerry
Peaceful and private
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