Darren O'Neill

Darren O'Neill

Senior Negotiator

Sherry FitzGerald Bray

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14 Monastery Cottages, Enniskerry, Co.Wicklow

€495,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 114 sqm approx

An exquisite and beautifully extended former land cottage presented in a pristine turnkey condition throughout having been meticulously renovated 12 years ago to a very high standard by the current owner with the added benefit of a separate self-contained studio apartment to the rear, which has a multiple of uses.

Internally the sensitively renovated and extended house exudes a bright and airy feeling throughout, which is immediately evident in the double height entrance hall and continues through to the fantastic open plan Living/kitchen/dining room area with double patio doors leading out to an enchanting enclosed sunny courtyard ideal for ‘al fresco’ dining in the warmer months. There is a feature multi-fuel stove in the living room and cleverly designed sliding paneled wall to provide separation from the kitchen/diner which has a double height ceiling allowing in an abundance of natural light. A double bedroom with en-suite, a main bathroom and utility room complete the ground floor. Upstairs there is a large attic room with attached bathroom.

To the rear of the house there is a separate self-contained studio apartment measuring approximately 30sq.m / 320sq.ft., which has an open plan kitchen/living room, a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom. This space is ideal for residential use and would provide good rental income or it could be used as a home office/studio.

BER C3 Rating
37A Fairyhill, Bray, Co Wicklow

€150,000 - Asking Price|239 sqm approx

**SUPERB OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD A HIGHLY ENERGY EFFICIENT A RATED FAMILY HOME TO THE HIGHEST SPECIFICATION ONLY MINUTES FROM BRAY TOWN **

Rare opportunity to purchase a site in a popular residential area off Killarney Road in Bray.

Located in Fairy Hill this garden site extending to approx. 239 square meters, has a sunny orientation and is within walking distance of Bray town with its retail, educational, leisure amenities, and popular promenade and harbour.

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33 Hollybrook Park, Southern Cross Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow

€495,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 118 sqm approx

No.33 Hollybrook Park is perfectly located home surrounded by lush greenery and mountain views. Situated on a large corner site with a sunny orientation in what is probably the most popular development on the Southern Cross Road.

Inside and out this exceptional home has been tastefully upgraded with the highest quality contemporary design from the marble flooring to the bespoke doors and the many upgraded electronics features throughout this property. The corner site enjoys the afternoon and evening sun as well as privacy and views over the Wicklow Hills. The professional all weather putting green is the centre price of the L Shaped garden that wraps around the side and rear of the house with lots of space that spans the width of 4 gardens due to its corner cul de sac location.

Hollybrook Park has always proved to be one of the most popular developments to come to the open market on the Southern Cross. It is in close proximity to Bray town centre and surrounding villages, DART station and within easy access to the N11 and M50. Viewing is a must to appreciate what this home has to offer.

BER C2 Rating

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1 Seaview Gate, Dublin Road, Shankill, Co. Dublin Sale Agreed

€585,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 145 sqm approx

No.1 Seaview Gate is one of four homes built by Orchid Homes positioned at the entrance to Seaview Park within walking distance to the popular seaside village of Shankill. The property come to the market with state of the art energy saving technology which includes solar panels, exceptionally high levels of insulation and low maintenance exteriors. This luxurious four-bedroom family home has been been further enhanced by the current owners making this quality built property a superb family home.

The high wall wrapping around the property makes it very private. The cobble locked drive allows for ample off-street parking, with lush green bedding plants and an iron gate. The space to the rear has been beautifully landscaped with a large patio ideally positioned to provide a private space to relax. The garden is laid in lawn, bordered by flowerbeds well-stocked with a variety of specimen plants including bamboo and lavender.

This buzzing seaside village of Shankill is located on the south east coast of South County Dublin and offers the discerning purchaser the suburban lifestyle with ease of access to transport modes such as the DART, the QBC which stops meters from the house, ease of access to the N11, The Luas at Cherrywood and M11 making the commute to the city centre or Sunny South East effortless. The village offers plenty of amenities to include many shops, cafes and a bar to name but a few. Sporting facilities such as bowls, the tennis club on Quinns Road and golf clubs such as Old Connaught Golf club in Rathmichael and Dun Laoghaire’s new course at Ballyman which offer plenty to the sporting enthusiast. The park in Shankill is a wonderful boon to the area offering many sporting and recreational activities for all the family with its wonderful park for children, curiosity walks and sporting fields.

BER A3 Rating
151A Corke Abbey, Bray, Co. Wicklow Sold

€365,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 95 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 151A Corke Abbey to the market. Constructed in 2006, this modern home offers exceptionally appointed accommodation coupled with generous bedrooms and a large converted attic to provide a very appealing three-bedroomed family home with potential to extend and make the attic room compliant subject to the relevant planning permission. The floor area measures to 95.33 sq.mt (1,026 sq.ft) excluding the attic and to 120.33 sq.mt (1,295 sq.ft) including the attic. Located in the ever popular Corke Abbey development, this home is sure to be suitable for a range of purchasers from first time buyers to investors looking for an astute investment property.

Upon entering it is clear to see why this home is perfect for any modern family. A welcoming entrance hall leads to a large kitchen/dining room to the rear of the property. The kitchen is fully integrated and offers an exceptional array of floor and eye level shaker style units. A generous living room is located to the front of the property with a wall mounted feature fireplace and bay window. A shower room completes the ground floor accommodation. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and modern bathroom. The bedrooms further benefit from a range of fitted wardrobes. The attic has been floored, measuring 25sq.m/269sq.ft approx. and features two Velux windows, eaves storage and a Stira stairs.

The front garden offers ample off street parking with side access leading to a low maintenance rear garden with a generous patio area and a number raised flower beds.

BER C2 Rating
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.

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