€1,050,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 100 sqm approx
Whaler’s Cove is a unique, charming and contemporary coastal residence with a wonderful sense of light and space prevailing throughout. The combination of light-filled accommodation, coupled with some striking sea views and the short distance from Monkstown make this a truly superb home. This property comes to the market in turn-key condition and ready for immediate occupancy to be enjoyed by its new owner.
Internally, the ground floor is a fully open plan space with feature archways connecting to generously sized rooms. A modern stable door leads you through the welcoming entrance hall. To the left there is a large living room with a Jotul wood burning stove. The handcrafted kitchen is a triple aspect room with top of the range integrated appliances. On the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms both with large windows perfectly framing the stunning views across Dublin Bay, a single bedroom and a cleverly designed shower room off which lies a utility room. There is direct access from the kitchen area and living room to the Tim Austen designed garden, utilizing the space to provide valuable off street parking. It is a wonderfully low maintenance space laid in Travertine tiles with well stocked flowerbeds, a mosaic wall feature and calming water feature making this an ideal for eating al fresco and relaxing in the sun. Log and bin storage tucked away under raised beds.
Monkstown village is just a 3 minute stroll away with grocery stores, super boutique shops and marvellous restaurants on your doorstep. The no.7 bus stop from the City Centre is just a few hundred metres away at the top of Brighton Avenue while the Air Coach stop is a few hundred metres towards the village beside Goggins pub. Monkstown/Salthill DART is a 5 minute walk, and of course for swimmers, walkers, and windsurfers the property enjoys a prime location with the seafront on your doorstep. There is also access to a fine choice of Primary and Secondary schools between Monkstown, Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire.