Constructed approx. 1985, Baily View, stands as a stunning two storey semi-detached residence situated on an elevated site on Windgate Road. Boasting panoramic unrivalled views across the Irish Sea, to the Baily and Kish lighthouses to the south. Along the coast towards Dublin city the backdrop of the Dublin and Wicklow mountains form the framework which sets this unique property apart.
The distinctive local Howth stone entrance provides a fitting driveway to this magical property. The generous well proportioned accommodation is spread over two floors. The bedrooms are located at ground floor level as is the Family Bathroom. A feature staircase leads to the first floor with Kitchen, separate WC and, of course, the Living Room with its panoramic window and south facing balcony. The views from here are truly wonderful capturing the ever changing moods of the Irish Sea throughout the seasons of the year.
The variety of trees and plants forming these matured gardens offer tranquility and complete privacy along with a wooded pathway leading to the lower level of the land.
At ground level is a substantial unique rock formation providing a majestic panorama along the coast to the hills of Wales on a clear day.
Howth village with wonderful scenic cliff walks linking Howth Harbour to Howth Summit and southwards towards Sutton Cross. The village itself attracts tourists from all corners of the globe. The picturesque harbour, sea front and numerous local amenities include a variety of renowned fish merchants and restaurants. Along the harbour fishermen can be seen mending their nets daily adding greatly to the charm of this small fishing village. The DART station takes you to the city centre in approx 30 minutes and Dublin Airport is a 30 minute drive away. Howth Golf Club is also close by as are the many beautiful secluded beaches. The area is very well served by excellent local and international schools. Steeped in history Howth is home to the burial grounds of Kings and Queens, a coastline dotted with Martello towers and not least Howth Castle which has been in the St Lawrence family for over 800 years.
Viewing highly recommended.
Hall 2.42m x 1.79m. Tiled hallway, glass door to inner hall, staircase to first floor.
Inner Hall 4.09m x 1.51m. Distressed wood flooring, spotlights, door to rear.
Bedroom 1 4.36m x 3.90m. Curved window with views over Dublin Bay, wood flooring, wall and ceiling lights.
Bathroom 2.99m x 2.06m. Jack and Jill style bathroom, bath with overhead shower, WC, wash hand basin, mirror with shelf and strip light, part tiled walls.
Bedroom 2 4.00m x 3.29m. With angled window, wall and centre lights.
Landing 6.63m x 1.50m. Dual aspect.
Living Room 5.25m x 4.87m. Double doors into the stepped down living area with open tiled fireplace, shelving to side and feature curved window with spectacular views over Dublin Bay. This room opens out onto the balcony area where you can smell the salty sea waters as you enjoy your morning coffee.
Kitchen 3.98m x 2.95m. Floor units with work tops, inset sink. Built in electric hob, oven and extractor fan. Washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer complete this working area. Window facing Northwards reflects the movements of the sea through a strategically placed mirror.
Guest WC 2.85m x 1.64m. WC, wash hand basin, wall mounted mirror with light, hot press, window to side.