Darren O'Neill

Darren O'Neill

Senior Negotiator

Sherry FitzGerald Bray

Darren's Properties For Sale    View All

Bleanaskill, Rocky Valley, Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow

€950,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 372 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present this stunning example of what can only be described as perfection! Situated in this every popular area of Rocky Valley and tucked neatly into the hillside, it’s clear that this contemporary modern house received a lot of attention by its renowned architect Denis Byrne.

Finished to the highest standard this family home is sure to impress with its light filled accommodation and breath-taking views. The kitchen dining area is truly the heart of this home with handmade bespoke kitchen, vaulted ceilings, solid oak flooring and direct access to the south facing sun terrace. The Drawing room also features vaulted ceilings and solid oak floors with direct access to the sun terrace. Two custom designed staircases lead to the sleeping accommodation and cinema room with surround sound and drop down screen. There is an Eco friendly Geo thermal under floor central heating system and central vacuum system to help with day to day living.

The spacious accommodation briefly comprises Entrance hall, Drawingroom, Open plan Living / dining / kitchen, Guest wc and magnificent sun terrace totalling an additional c.800 sq.ft. There are five excellent double bedrooms all with ensuites and a large family room all located on the garden level. There is also a separate utility room and workshop.

BER B1 Rating
6 Cherrington Close, Shankill, Co Dublin

€770,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 187 sqm approx

Nestled at the end of a quiet tree lined cul de sac sits No. 6 Cherrington Close. This extremely sought after location is without a doubt a fantastic place to raise a family and it is no wonder that very few houses in this neighborhood have changed hands over the years.

This is an instantly appealing family home offering wonderfully bright, generously proportioned accommodation inviting the purchasers to literally walk in and hang their coats. The spacious light filled accommodation starts at the front door with two large reception rooms to the front of the property and a guest w.c, which draws the eye all the way through to the Adrian Hill Architect designed extension and garden vista. This open plan space has captured the light from the south and has been meticulously upgraded to include an open concept space with a must have chef’s kitchen, utility room, family space and large dining area; entertaining is a breeze from children’s birthdays, BBQ’s to cocktails on the patio. Ceiling to floor sliding doors open to the landscaped private rear garden. This stunning garden is bathed in light from dawn till dusk; a tranquil oasis that can be enjoyed by all of the family. The addition of the studio allows for a host of additional needs to be catered for from guest accommodation, a craft room to a home office – one can only dream!

Upstairs does not disappoint with four generous double bedrooms all with extensive fitted storage and a large luxurious family bathroom. There is further potential to extend into the attic space should ones needs require (subject to p.p).

BER C3 Rating
31 Wolfe Tone Square North, Bray, Co. Wicklow

€195,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 97 sqm approx

In need of a complete refurbishment this property presents an exciting opportunity for any potential buyer to put their own stamp on the house or redevelop it subject to the relevant planning permission. Vacant for a number of years the original structure of this end of terrace two bedroom house is in a reasonable condition. There is a flat roof side and rear extension which is in disrepair and will require immediate attention. It is highly recommended that anyone interested in viewing this property brings a builder surveyor or architect with them.

Internally the accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, living room, kitchen, WC, bathroom and two bedrooms. There is a small garden to the rear and graveled area to the front which provides off street parking.

Wolfe Tone Square is a popular residential area, which is within close proximity of Bray Main Street and its abundance of local services and amenities including retail shops, schools, banks, restaurants, bars, coffee houses, sports and leisure facilities. The area has good transport links with regular DART, Dublin Bus and Aircoach services coupled together with the N11 / M50 road network providing easy access to Dublin and surrounding areas.

BER G Rating

Darren's Properties Recently Sold    View All

Kilfenora House, Kilmacanogue, Co. Wicklow Sold

€545,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 279 sqm approx

Exuding character, this mountain villa with its versatile layout appeals both to family buyers and to discerning purchasers who love to entertain in style. A series of intercommunicating reception rooms inside are complemented by a combination of barbecue terraces, elevated decking and (at the top of a ‘surprise’ garden) a summer house on the outside, all of which provide endless options from dining al fresco and appreciating the good fortune to live in this spectacular gateway to the ‘Garden County’. Located on the western slopes of the Little Sugarloaf, just east of Kilmacanogue village, Kilfenora House enjoys from its principal reception rooms (and three of its five bedrooms), the most panoramic views towards the great Sugarloaf, which when coupled with its west/southwest orientation lends great solar gain.

A high level of finish is evident, typified with extensive use of parquet flooring, rich hardwood wall paneling and beamed ceilings, almost redolent of an exquisite gentlemans club or alpine lodge but all the while very much a family home of character and flair.

To the northern gable of the house, a covered side passage connects with a fine workshop/studio (13.0 x 2.5m) with roller shutter door, tongue and groove ceiling, tiled floor, power and light. The central heating boiler is located here, as is a central vacuum unit. Approached from Kilfenora Lane, there is tarmacadam parking for at least four cars to the front; a landscaped terraced front garden incorporates a water feature, specimen shrubs and flowering bushes, ground cover and alpine plants. There is a barbecue terrace, described earlier. The rear garden is accessed from the kitchen terrace/patio and features at first glance an elevated suntrap al fresco dining deck, but look more closely and beside it is a kitchen garden with aluminium framed greenhouse and a wicket gate to an extensive ‘surprise’ lawned garden – a rural hillside idyll to close to suburban amenities. There are mature trees established boundary hedgerows, all totally charming and rising gently to a second, slightly more elevated area at the top of which – set into the bark – is a timber summer house.

BER F Rating
11 Ardmore Wood, Herbert Road, Bray, Co Wicklow Sale Agreed

€400,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 98 sqm approx

Sherry Fitzgerald are delighted to present No 11 Ardmore Wood to the open market, an extended three bedroom semi-detached house, which is presented in an excellent condition throughout with the added bonus of a much sought after south facing rear garden and quiet cul-de-sac location.

The spacious, bright and versatile accommodation comprises on an entrance porch, hallway with guest WC, living room which interconnects with a dining area and the kitchen, and a sunroom downstairs. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms (principle bedroom has an upgraded en-suite), one single bedroom and a family bathroom.

A side passage leads to a sunny south facing garden which had a very recent overhaul with the addition of a Yellow limestone paved patio area, terraced astro turf grass garden, granite capped low walls, border box planting and a ‘shed for life’ Steeltech Shed.

BER C3 Rating
Silverstream, Ballywaltrim Lane, Bray, Co. Wicklow Sold

€700,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 173 sqm approx

Embodying all that is best of an idyllic valleyside elevated setting commanding views to the great Sugaraloaf, set on south-westerly sloping landscaped gardens bordered by a stream, so rural in many ways yet so convenient to Bray’s amenities and the M11/N11/M50 corridor, “Silverstream” – built in the 1940’s on the site of a 19th century cottage – has been imaginatively restored and renovated while preserving its essential character; large picture windows maximizing the panoramic views from both garden and hall-floor level rooms of graceful light-filled proportions.

The principal rooms enjoy a sun-bathed scenic outlook across the luscious gardens of sub-tropical appeal; while the hall-floor galleried reception hall accessing three bedrooms and a family room gives way to the garden level fourth bedroom, dining room, living room and kitchen/breakfast room each in its own way directly accessing, or having views of, the matured part-terraced gardens; themselves featuring numerous specimen plants, trees and flowering shrubs. The living accommodation is versatile, presented in really good order, and well-proportioned; with careful attention to detail and a certain decorative panache.

Twin vehicular gates lend access to a generous graveled parking area sheltered by a tall hedge, approaching the hall-level entrance door. There is access on either side of the residence to terraced gardens gently sloping southwards towards the stream from which this property is named. The gardens feature sheltered areas for sitting out, dining al fresco, entertaining or simply meditating while taking in the stunning backdrop with Great and Little Sugarloaf mountains on the skyline.

BER D2 Rating