Charming and quaint semi-detached cottage built with hand cut locally sourced granite stone. Built in 1938, this property has the added benefit of an extension to the rear and boasts stunning uninterrupted views over Dublin bay and city. On a clear day the views from this property are outstanding, it is possible to see as far as the Mourne Mountains on the left and Snowdonia and the welsh mountains to the right, with Howth and Dublin Bay in between. The location of this home cannot be understated, whilst positioned in an idyllic rural setting this property is just minutes to many amenities required for modern day living. The cottage is positioned on an elevated site of .23 acre with a large southwest facing rear garden. There is also a wonderful barbeque and patio area to the front which is ideal for entertaining on a balmy summer€TM night. The cottage is set back from the Ballyedmonduff Road and is accessed by a gravel drive with a separate garage under the outdoor patio area. To the rear of the property is a large concrete block garage with electricity.
While requiring modernisation and upgrading throughout the cottage offers excellent potential to the discerning purchaser. There is ample room for extension to the rear subject to relevant planning permissions. Accommodation briefly comprises of spacious open plan livingroom/diningroom, three double bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and a utility room.
Viewing is highly recommended of this superb family home.
- Breath taking views over Dublin city and bay.
- Large rear garden with potential to extend subject to the relevant planning permissions.
- Oil fired central heating.
- Large side patio & BBQ area ideal for entertaining.
- Double glazed windows.
- Concrete block garage to the rear of the property.
- Car garage located under patio to side.
- Located in beautiful and idyllic rural setting yet minutes from many amenities.
- Oil Fired Central Heating