Search Property
Search Residential Property
Try an advanced search?

Kingshall, Newcastle Upper, Co Wicklow

€795,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 204 sqm approx

BER D1 Rating

Description

Kingshall is a most 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.

Set on generous landscaped gardens, Kingshall is bound to impress and delight even the most avid gardeners.

The picturesque village of Newcastle is less than 2 miles with a vibrant community.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (7.67m x 2.70m A spacious Hallway with an impressive solid timber staircase. It is decorated in neutral tones and is fully carpeted.)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (8.37m (into bay) x 4.47m This wonderful entertaining area has a beautiful solid maple kitchen complete with breakfast bar. There are ample units with granite worktops and splashback, white porcelain sink, integrated dishwasher, Siemens electric hob, double oven and microwave. The Dining area of this spacious room has an open fire and a large bay window overlooking the beautiful front gardens. Glazed French doors lead to the side terrace.)
  • Utility Room (2.98m x 2.20m There are numerous solid timber units, tiled flooring and door to rear garden.)
  • Family Bathroom (2.97m x 2.35m The striking bathroom comprises of a large sink and art deco vanity unit, a fully tiled shower cubicle with electric Triton shower, WC and bath with shower attachment. The floor is tiled, there is a heated towel rail and frosted window to the rear.)
  • Living Room (5.66m (into bay) x 3.83m This luxurious room has an open fireplace with beautiful marble surround. It has a large bay window to the front with garden views and is fully carpeted. French doors lead to the Dining Room.)
  • Dining Room (4.16m x 3.47m A spacious room with glazed French doors leading to the rear terrace and beautiful rear gardens.)
  • Family Room (4.96m x 4.16m Light floods into this room from the large window to the front, French doors to the rear and a feature window to the side of the high pitched ceiling. It has a solid timber floor and recessed lighting.)
  • Upper Level
  • Landing (2.79m (at widest) x 1.91m This is fully carpeted, has a large hotpress and access to the attic.)
  • Guest WC (2.58m x 1.35m WC and WHB with tiled floor and Velux window to front.)
  • Bedroom 1 (4.46m x 4.30m (into bay) Beautifully decorated in shades of blue and with a soft grey carpet. A window to the front has lovely views of the garden and surrounding countryside. Doors lead to the en-suite and a walk in wardrobe where there is ample storage space.)
  • En-Suite (2.47m x 2.23m A modern bathroom comprising of corner shower cubicle with pumped shower beautifully tiled in aqua. WHB and WC with high gloss vanity units. Window to rear with garden views.)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.18m x 3.71m A double Bedroom decorated in subtle shades of gold and beige with a window to the rear overlooking the beautiful rear gardens. Access to under eaves storage.)
  • Bedroom 3 (6.14m (into bay) x 3.78m (at widest) Another double Bedroom with a solid timber floor and a window to front with garden and countryside views.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D1
  • Number: 108407990
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 227.25

About the Area

Newcastle  is a village in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated on the R761and is about 45 km (28 mi) south of Dublin city. Newcastle had a population of 951 in the village and hinterland in the census of 2011. The ancient barony, which surrounds the village, takes its name from the village and its Norman castle. In 1983, Newcastle has seen the building of a community centre providing space for sporting and recreational activities. An Information Technology Centre provides training for all ages. The young population is very socially and culturally active with many club and organisations like the local Gaelic Athletic Association Club, indoor soccer, Bowls, Badminton, Tennis, Croquet. Newcastle is very close to the beach, which is used for swimming, walking and shore angling. There is one pub, The Castle Inn (previously the Bridge Inn), which was rebuilt in 2008 and a shop/garage. Dublin Bus provides services between Newcastle and Dublin on their 84 bus with a journey time of about 90 minutes.

Similar Properties

Kingshall, Newcastle Upper, Co Wicklow

€795,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 204 sqm approx

Kingshall is a most 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.

Set on generous landscaped gardens, Kingshall is bound to impress and delight even the most avid gardeners.

BER D1 Rating
Bella Vista, Clonguaire, Ballincarrig, Brittas Bay, Co Wicklow

€649,950 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 240 sqm approx

Bella Vista......... Never was a property more aptly named!

This wonderful family home, overlooking Brittas Bay beach and the surrounding coastline, will capture your imagination and your heart upon viewing. Situated on a small private road, in the heart of Brittas Bay, Bella Vista is a very spacious family home with four bedrooms, two wonderful reception living rooms, large dining room and spacious family kitchen. There is also a magnificent sunroom, fully fitted office and landscaped gardens affording privacy and breathtaking views.

This fine property is tastefully decorated throughout and very well cared for. It is also one of the very few houses in the area with designated and unrestricted access to Potter Point private beach, which will transfer to the new owners.

BER D2 Rating

Something Different

5 Newcourt Villas, Vevay Road, Bray, Co Wicklow

€420,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 95 sqm approx

Newcourt Villas, forming the corner of Vevay Road with Putland Road, date from the 1920s and, like its neighbours, no. 5 is a good solid house with a suburban surprise;- even after adding a large extension to the rear, the back garden still measures c.140 ft. (42.67 m).

From the main bedroom at the back of the house there are lovely views found towards the coast framed by Bray Head to the south-east; the kitchen and dining area face east and enjoy the morning sun; intercommunicating with the westerly dual-aspect living room to the front.

A part-walled, part hedged front garden has an off-street parking apron and is dotted with shrubs and flowering bushes. A solid teak side entrance gate leads to the c. 140 ft long rear garden, with its side boundary hedges, mature apple and pear trees, laid out mainly in lawn.

BER E2 Rating