No 8 Upper Dargle Road is a charming early 1900's mid terraced two bedroomed period house, which is conveniently located in a mature and popular area of Bray, benefitting from an elevated position with panoramic views towards Bray Head, the Great and Little Sugarloaf mountains in the distance.
Originally built circa 1910, the current owner bought the house in 2008. Presented in a good condition throughout, the house had already been extended to the rear by a previous owner to maximize the internal space. The bright and spacious accommodation measuring 73sq.m./785sq.ft approx. is cleverly designed to accommodate modern day living with a large open plan living/dining/kitchen area that allows natural light flow through the ground floor; upstairs there is a large principle bedroom at the front of the house which has a nice ensuite bathroom and a single bedroom and a family bathroom at the rear. The property benefits from having some lovely features such as the exposed stone wall in the living room & ensuite bathroom, a multi fuel stove in the living room with feature wall, solid wooden floors in the living room, a modern kitchen and contemporary bathrooms. Due to the contours of the landscape there is a small courtyard to the rear, which has steps leading up to three separate raised decking areas that fully benefit from the aspect and stunning views. Outside to the front of the houses there is on street parking available.
Bray is a bustling and popular coastal town situated on the Dublin/Wicklow border and regarded as the gateway to the garden county. The town has an abundance of good local services and amenities to meets ones' everyday needs and requirements such as shops, schools, supermarkets, cafes, pubs restaurants, sports and recreational facilities and good transport links including the DART, Dublin Bus and road network via the N11/M11/M50 provide easy access for commuters into Dublin and beyond. The area is blessed with nature beauty and outdoor activities with the sea and mountains, other local attractions include Kilruddery House & Gardens, Powerscourt House & Gardens, Bray Head with the cliff walk to Greystones and the famous 'mile long' Victorian seafront promenade.
Living Room 4m x 4.5m.
Kitchen / Diner 4m x 4.59m.
Bedroom 1 4m x 4.15m.
Ensuite 1.79m x 1.45m.
Bedroom 2 2.22m x 2.46m.
Bathroom 1.79m x 2.46m.
- Charming extended two bed mid terraced period property measuring 73sq.m./785sq.ft. approx. Original house was built c.1910.
- Centrally located in a mature and popular are within a 5min walk of Bray Main Street and 10mins to the DART and seafront.
- An abundance of local services and amenities on its doorstep.
- Excellent transport links with DART, Dublin Bus (133 Bus stops nearby on the road) and road network via the N11/M11/M50.
- Elevated position with fantastic and panoramic views of Bray Head and the mountains.
- Raised terraced decking areas to the rear of the house.
- Presented in a good condition throughout with modern kitchen and bathrooms.
- Modern open plan accommodation layout downstairs which maximizes the natural light.
- Lovely features such as exposed stone walls, multi-fuel stove and solid wooden floors in the living area.
- Large principle bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
- On street parking available outside along the terrace (first come first served basis).
- PVC double glazing.
- Mains water and sewerage.
- Gas fired central heating.
Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Bray on 01 286 6630
BER No: 114604101
Performance Indicator: 387.91 kWh/m²/yr