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15th March 2017

Homes For Sale in the Garden County

By Sherry FitzGerald .

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Homes For Sale in the Garden County

It’s often referred to as the ‘garden of Ireland’ and for good reason when you have a scenic choice of cliffs, sandy beaches, mountains and lakes to enjoy on any given day.  Literally on your doorstep, nature at its best is all around you which make a visit to this beautiful county a popular destination. All the outdoor space coupled with its historic value has cemented Wicklow’s position as a desirable location for buyers, drawn by the stunning landscape and ease of accessibility. Home to Ireland’s largest National Park and only 30 minutes south from Dublin’s City Centre it’s easy to understand the attraction.

The Old School House, Avoca, Co. Wicklow - Asking Price €595,000

Built in 1887 this cut-stone detached refurbished property on approx. 1.64 acres of verdant garden is perfectly positioned on the edge of AvocaVillage. Upgraded with care and skill it combines history with contemporary design whilst still retaining many of its original features.

The magnificent 720 sq. ft., double height light-filled family space providing kitchen with aga, plus living space with fireplace is at the heart of the home. In addition there are 4/ 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 reception, utility, boot room and garage.

The Old School House

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Pine Lodge, Off New Road, Greystones, Co. Wicklow - Asking Price €1,500,000

A stunningly beautiful Edwardian style five bedroom home set in very secure private grounds in one of the most desirable residential locations Greystones has to offer. Custom built in the last decade, this family house of just under 4,000 sq. feet of superb living accommodation offers exceptional 21st century comforts and energy efficiency combined with all the character and charm of the Edwardian era, and is set in beautiful secluded gardens. Despite its generous proportions, this exceptional property is a very manageable family home.

The kitchen is a wonderful light-filled space which extends the length of the house and incorporates seven windows overlooking the gardens including a bay window to the front. Upstairs you have five bedrooms, three of which are en suite, while outside, the house, which cannot be seen from the road, is surrounded by mature trees.

Pine Lodge

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Annacrevy Schoolhouse, Annacrevy, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow - Asking Price €745,000

Enjoy panoramic views from the Great Sugarloaf around to MaulinMountain from the six windows of the original airy schoolroom now home to an elegant living/dining room complete with an open fire and a wood – burning stove.

There are three characterful bedrooms on the garden level, all with timber floor finishes and garden vistas; while close by are useful out offices including a stable block fronted by a deck measuring approx. 10m x 6m, ideal for entertaining.

The gently sloping woodland glade lawned gardens are bordered by a stream. These feature countless specimen plants, shrubs and trees to include Magnolias, contorted Hazel, Rhododendrons, Camellias, Victoria plum trees and two very old original apple trees.

Annacrevy

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Kingshall, Newcastle Upper, Co. Wicklow - Asking Price €795,000

An impressive 3/4 bedroomed detached home set on extensive, mature landscaped gardens in the highly desirable address of Newcastle Upper. This wonderful family home exudes taste, quality and attention to detail. No expense has been spared with quality fittings throughout including solid maple kitchen with integrated appliances, art deco vanity units, decorative coving and cornicing.

The wonderful kitchen/dining area has a beautiful solid maple kitchen complete with breakfast bar and an open fire, the large bay window overlooks the beautiful front gardens. The spacious formal dining room opens on to the rear terrace and landscaped rear gardens. Upstairs there are three bedrooms (1 en suite), all positioned to take in the view of the surrounding gardens.

Kingshall

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