No. 35 Wolfe Tone Square East is an inviting two-bedroom terraced home ideally located in this mature residential development off the Vevay Road. Presented in excellent condition throughout, turning the key and dispersing your belongings will be the sum of your efforts to move in. The current owners have left no stone unturned in transforming this property into a stylish and modern home.
The tasteful interior is well laid out and provides comfortable, light filled accommodation and comprises entrance hall, living/dining/kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. A special feature of this property is the bright extended open plan kitchen/living/dining room which profits from a dual aspect, recess lighting, under stairs storage press, solid oak flooring throughout, and an Extraflame wood pellet stove as the main focal point. Rising up the stairs, there are two bedrooms with built in wardrobes, the smaller of the two has a pull down Stira which allows access to the attic which is partly floored and could be converted subject to planning permission. A contemporary shower room concludes the layout.
Outside, to the front, a driveway with gravel chippings provides secure parking for one car. This space is bordered by a hedge and a cast iron gate. Attractive sandstone slabs are also laid resulting in a pleasant pathway towards the front door. The rear garden is also laid with sandstone slabs making it a low maintenance area. This, combined with the colourful flower bed and the western orientation makes this the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the evening sun in the warmer months.
This enviable location enjoys a superb choice of amenities within a pleasant stroll including schools, supermarkets, recreational facilities, and Bray Main Street with its array of shops and eateries is approx. 1.5km from the property. Leisurely coastal walks along the promenade, the Bray to Greystones cliff walk, and in the grounds of nearby Kilruddery House, can also be enjoyed. Transport is also well catered for, with the DART and a number of Dublin Bus routes passing through the town, as well as public transport connections to the Luas. By private transport, the N11 which acts as a gateway to the M50 or southeast, is easily accessible.