23 Westfield Park
Santapola is a charming 1930s double fronted 4 bedroom detached bungalow which has been completely upgraded and extended by the current owners to present a deceptively spacious, modern family home in this highly desirable location in Bray.
On entering there is an overall sense of light and space, with high ceilings and attractive laminate flooring throughout, enhancing the flow of the accommodation. To the left of the hallway is a double bedroom, with built in wardrobes. To the right is the large dining room / 4th bedroom, both rooms have pretty box bay windows overlooking the front garden. Further along the hallway to the left is the modern family bathroom with walk in shower, full bath and separate wc. To the rear of the property is the very large principal bedroom with en-suite shower room. The cosy living room to the right of hallway boasts a superb solid fuel stove with back boiler, fitted shelving and storage cupboards, from here an archway leads directly into the tastefully designed kitchen where you will find a good range of shaker style wall and floor units, gas cooker, small breakfast counter and Belfast sink. There is a utility area to the left, plumbed for washing machine, dishwasher and space for a dryer. French doors open to rear garden. Upstairs is a spacious landing, off which is a generous double bedroom and shower room. To the other side of the landing there is a good sized attic room with Velux windows which could be put to a variety of uses, adding to the versatility of the accommodation.
The location is arguably one of the best in Bray, being within a stones throw of the famous promenade and seafront. Ideal for the outdoor enthusiast, with Brays sailing club, rowing club, outdoor bowls, hiking, swimming and not forgetting the cliff walk to Greystones practically on the doorstep. The promenade hosts a variety of renowned ice cream parlours, cafes and restaurants. For commuters, the DART is within a 10 minute walk, the town centre is served by a number of bus routes including the 145 and aircoach to Dublin airport. Bray town itself boasts an array of shops, supermarkets, eateries and for arts lovers the Mermaid Theatre just off the main street is a cultural hotspot, with its theatre programme and cinema club. There are numerous well regarded primary and secondary schools in Bray, again given the central location of the property, many are within walking distance. With spacious accommodation ideal for family living, viewing is highly recommended.
The low maintenance front garden is graveled with off street parking for up to 3 cars with access to the rear through the side garage. The private rear garden takes in wonderful views of Bray Head, is mainly graveled and designed for outdoor dining, with a stone built barbeque, built in wooden bench and decking area with wooden balustrade. A stone pathway leads to the large storage shed. There is also a mature pear tree and raised beds with a selection of shrubbery and planting. To the side is the original garage. There are two water butts collecting rain water.
Mature and highly desirable residential enclave
Spacious and versatile accommodation
Attic conversion and rear extension
Property has been totally rewired and replumbed by current owners
Every room re-insulated and re-plastered
Off street parking
Private sunny rear garden with views of Bray Head
Quiet cul-de-sac setting
Minutes walk from DART, seafront, town centre and all amenities
Good choice of both primary and secondary schools
Solid fuel stove with back boiler
TV and Broadband
Mains water & sewerage
Dining / Bedroom 4 4.11m x 3.46m (13'6" x 11'4") Large room with laminate flooring, recessed shelving, box bay window overlooking front garden.
Bedroom 2 3.41m x 2.70m (11'2" x 8'10") Double bedroom with laminate flooring, built in wardrobe, box bay window overlooking front garden.
Bedroom 1 5.05m x 3.50m (16'7" x 11'6") Very large double bedroom with laminate flooring, window overlooking rear garden.
Living Room 4.56m x 3.45m (15' x 11'4") Laminate wood floor, solid fuel stove, recessed shelving and storage cupboards, Velux windows, hotpress.
Kitchen 3.60m x 2.84m (11'10" x 9'4") Tiled floor, shaker style wall and floor units, integrated wine rack, wood effect counter top, gas oven with extractor hood, Belfast sink, breakfast counter, space for American style fridge/freezer, utility area with counter top and eye level units, plumbed for washing machine, dishwasher, space for dryer. French doors open to rear garden.
Bedroom 3 3.41m x 3.40m (11'2" x 11'2") Double bedroom, laminate flooring, built in shelving and clothes rail, window overlooking rear garden, Velux window.
Shower Room 2.15m x 2.08m (7'1" x 6'10") Tiled floor, full tiled shower, wc & whb, vanity unit, wall mounted mirror, built in shelving, glass block feature wall panel.
Attic Room 4.65m x 3.77m (15'3" x 12'4") Laminate flooring, 2 Velux windows, built in shelving and storage
Bathroom 3.35m x 2.67m (11' x 8'9") Tiled floor, walk in shower, full bath with telephone shower, part tiled walls, wall mounted sink & mirror, vanity unit. Separate wc.
Garage 5.80m x 1.95m (19'0" x 6'5") To the side of the property is a small garage with door through to rear garden.
BER Number: 100655604
Energy Performance Indicator: 286.06 kWh/m²/yr
About the Area
Bray is known as the Gateway to the Garden of Ireland, and is the longest established seaside town in the country. It is only 19km (12 miles) south of Dublin City and is easily reached by DART, Train, Bus or the N11 road. There is an attractive beach and a spacious esplanade. The scenic Cliff Walk on the eastern side of Bray Head, which continues, into Greystones offers walkers a feast of views on the way.
The town boasts fine period housing, shops, restaurants and evening entertainment. Also available in the immediate locality are golf courses, tennis, fishing, sailing, and horse riding. Another feature of Bray is the variety of amusement centres and carnival attractions, bowling alley, and nightclubs. It really is a stand-alone town with the additional advantage of being on the doorstep of Dublin.
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