Mod­ern bun­ga­low has been lov­ingly re­stored


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THIS HOME is an ex­cep­tional three­bed­room de­tached 1930’s bun­ga­low pre­sented in ex­cel­lent con­di­tion through­out. The en­trance hall sets the tone of this tra­di­tional bun­ga­low which has been lov­ingly re­stored to a very high stan­dard, while pre­serv­ing the orig­i­nal fea­tures of the prop­erty. The liv­ing room is bright and spa­cious of­fer­ing a fea­ture bay win­dow and pe­riod fire­place with a door lead­ing to a study/of­fice.

The din­ing room has a unique wooden-framed en­trance door with dual as­pect win­dows, fea­ture fire­place and orig­i­nal tiled floor. The kitchen is very bright with vaulted ceil­ing, large Velux win­dows, with a range of built in wall and floor units.

The three bed­rooms are all dou­ble rooms, ideal for fam­ily liv­ing.

Putland Road has al­ways been renowned for its con­ve­nient lo­ca­tion only a few min­utes to Bray seafront and the well-known cliff-walk from Bray to Grey­stones and yet a short drive to the N11 and M50.

The house is within walk­ing dis­tance to the DART sta­tion. Bray has many ameni­ties on of­fer in­clud­ing nu­mer­ous renowned pri­mary and secondary schools such as St Pa­trick’s and St Cronin’s Ju­nior Schools and Pre­sen­ta­tion and Loreto Se­nior Schools, a great se­lec­tion of shops, good restau­rants and var­ied leisure fa­cil­i­ties. Guide price: €650,000. Fur­ther de­tails: Joan O’Han­lon, Branch Ad­min­is­tra­tor, Sher­ryFitzger­ald, Town Hall Cen­tre, Bray. Tel: (01) 286 6630.

The liv­ing room is bright and spa­cious of­fer­ing a fea­ture bay win­dow.

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