Re­built and ex­tended at Sut­ton Cross

On the scenic and now amenity-rich coast road this was a typ­i­cal bow-win­dowed dormer 1930s bun­ga­low be­fore its re­vamp

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - Property The Market - 995,000

and cast-iron ra­di­a­tors in many rooms. Also on this level is a large, well-fit­ted util­ity room, and a small room with a WC. It was used by the owner as a treat­ment room and it could work as a bed­room for an au pair. There is an­other large room on this level – it opens out via pa­tio doors to the back gar­den – and it was re­cently con- verted into a guest bed­room af­ter years of use as a teenage den and TV room.

Up­stairs off the bright land­ing are four bed­rooms, the largest with en suite, and a fam­ily bath­room. There are glimpses of the sea from the front win­dows.

The house is set back from the road be­hind a tall hedge and the front gar­den is grav­elled over with park­ing for sev­eral cars.

The own­ers are down­siz­ing – they hived off part of the long rear gar­den and have built a two-storey house there. Ty­canna, as num­ber 129 is named, is in walk-in con­di­tion and for sale through Sherry FitzGer­ald for ¤995,000.

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