€550,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 108 sqm approx
It is Sherry FitzGerald’s pleasure to bring this bay-windowed 1920’s family residence to market, enjoying sea views against a scenic backdrop of Bray Head; located on the elevated section of Putland Road, arguably one of Bray’s most sought-after addresses, opposite Queen of Peace Church and minutes’ walking distance to a choice of primary and secondary schools, Leacaban faces south towards Bray Head and its principal rooms are suffused with light while remaining private, sheltered by mature hedgerows and a wall with fine hardwood gates.
Off-street parking for several cars and a wide side entrance leading to its almost 90 ft. sun-soaked rear garden complement the delightfully well-proportioned living accommodation presented in first-class order. On reaching the entrance hall, one steps into the bay-windowed sitting room with its welcoming open fireplace, arched through to a dining room with double French doors to an evening sun-trap patio area, and fitted with a gas-fired coal-effect stove. Glazed double doors invite one to the eat-in family kitchen, well fitted, and featuring a vaulted ceiling over the dining area also enjoying double doors to the rear garden. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and a contemporary retrofitted luxury bathroom; and the floored roofspace lends itself to future conversion, if desired.
Hardwood electric gates access the tarmacademed front garden capable of holding up to five cars off street; sheltered from the road by a wall and established hedgerow, and complemented by mature shrubs, flowering bushes, and a planter. A wide vehicular side entrance leads to the professionally landscaped c.88 ft. long lawned rear garden, a day-long suntrap, providing the keen gardener with plenty of interest, fruit trees – apple and pear – herbaceous borders; and ample room for children to play safely. Here is a combination of graveled pathways and terrace, mature bamboo screening, flower beds the length of the c.32 ft. wide rear garden; and a shed with power laid on.