The per­fect coun­try re­treat but with every fa­cil­ity on your doorstep

Irish Daily Mail - - Hot Property -

SECLU­SION is all very well but if you are too hid­den away then you’re in dan­ger of sep­a­rat­ing your­self from the world. Not so to­day’s prop­erty, Sandy Hol­low, a 1970s de­tached four-bed­room bun­ga­low in Lit­tle New­town, En­niskerry, which is ac­cessed by a pri­vate laneway and set amidst idyl­lic coun­try­side.

But your are only a short dis­tance from the N11/M50, the vil­lages of En­niskerry and Kil­macanogue, and slightly fur­ther afield Bray Town.

Set on a pre­dom­i­nantly flat site which ex­tends to ap­prox­i­mately 2.5 acres, this home, while in need of some up­dat­ing but of­fers a fan­tas­tic op­por­tu­nity to ex­tend and cre­ate some­thing which is spe­cial to you.

The cur­rent own­ers have been in the house for nearly 40 years so it is well lived-in

but well kept too.

The in­te­rior is bright through­out the year. On en­ter­ing you wil be drawn to the ful­lye­quipped kitchen and liv­ing room with fea­ture gas fire­place.

An arch­way leads through to the din­ing room.

And off this lies a sun room with di­rect

ac­cess to the rear pa­tio space. In ad­di­tion, there are four bed­rooms, three dou­ble and one sin­gle, a fam­ily bath­room, and a mod­ernised wet room.

The lo­ca­tion is per­fect for those look­ing for that spe­cific coun­try laid-back life­style. Lo­cated be­tween En­niskerry and Kil­macanogue, one is spoilt for choice

with things to do as the area is packed with scenic trea­sures such as Pow­er­scourt Wa­ter­fall & Gar­dens, and Avoca Handweavers. Nearby is En­niskerry Vil­lage with its great range of ar­ti­san shops, bou­tiques, and cof­fee shops.

The agents are Sherry FitzGer­ald Bray. Con­tact (01) 286 6630.

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