1 Albert Terrace
The bright spacious and versatile accommodation measuring approximately 165.5sq.m./1,780sq.ft., extends over three floors with a traditional return element to the rear. One is immediately impressed by the very inviting entrance hallway with its 3.6m high ceilings complete with coving and centre roses, the wood panelling on the walls and archway. Off this there are two large reception rooms both with nice features and a bedroom with ensuite bathroom on the return level. Going downstairs one is greeted by a fantastic open plan and modern kitchen cum dining room with double doors leading onto the rear paved patio (an ideal area for al fresco dining) and a large utility room which would have originally been the kitchen. Upstairs there are three more bedrooms, a great family bathroom with all the mod-cons including under floor heating and lovely bijou study is situated at the top of the stairs which is an ideal space for home working in the current climate.
Outside to the front of the house behind a pedestrian gate and wall there is a small but sunny garden with a mixture of planted flowers. There is rear pedestrian access via a shared laneway which leads into a courtyard in paved sandstone with a selection of sheds that are ideal for storing bins, bikes and more. On street residents parking permits are available.
Albert Terrace is situated on the Meath Road which has a mix of period properties and is one of the best and most desirable locations in Bray, within a few minutes walk of the Main Street, the DART station, and the seafront. Bray is a large vibrant coastal town approximately 22km south of Dublin City Centre and is known as the gateway to the picturesque Garden County of Ireland with its beautiful coastline and mountains. The town has an abundance of local service and amenities to meet ones everyday needs including a range of shops; schools; supermarkets; cafes; restaurants & bars; sports and recreational facilities such as its famous mile long Victorian promenade; Bray Head and the popular cliff walk to Greystones; Kilruddery House & Gardens; Bray Bowls Club, Golf Club and Tennis Club; Bray Emmetts GAA and more. The town and area have excellent public transport links including the DART, Dublin Bus and the Aircoach, whilst easy access to the N11/M11 and M50 road network provides a comfortable commute to Dublin and beyond.
Mains water & sewerage.
TV, phone and broadband services available.
Attractive mid terraced period house presented in a good condition throughout.
Upgraded and modernised by the current owners over the past 17 years including the electrics, plumbing, kitchen, bathrooms, floors, wood panelled walls and more.
Highly desirable location within minutes walk of the Seafront and DART Station.
Bright spacious and versatile accommodation approx. 165.52sq.m./1,780 sq.ft.
Original ceiling coving and centre roses.
3.6m ceiling height in the main reception rooms and three of the bedrooms upstairs.
Courtyard garden in paved sandstone with good storage sheds and rear pedestrian access.
On street residents permit parking available.
Good choice of local primary and secondary schools, shops, supermarkets, cafes & restaurants, sports and recreational facilities.
Excellent transport links including regular Dublin Bus, Aircoach, DART services and road connection via the N11/M11/M50.
uPVC double glazed windows.
Living Room 4.80m x 3.80m (15'9" x 12'6") A bright and large front reception room with high ceiling, a bay window, ceiling coving and a centre rose, wooden floors, an open cast iron fireplace, two metal radiators and window blinds.
Reception Room 4.15m x 3.75m (13'7" x 12'4") Another large reception room with views over the rear courtyard, high ceiling, a centre rose, cast iron fireplace with built in shelving either side, wood panelling on the walls and carpet flooring.
Kitchen / Diner 5.32m x 4.02m (17'5" x 13'2") Located on the lower ground floor this is a large open plan room with a modern shaker style kitchen, black granite worktops, under floor heating, recessed ceiling lights and under unit worktop lighting, black tiled floor, 1,100mm dual fuel Stoves range with tiled splashback, integrated Zanussi dishwasher, stainless steel sink and ceiling coving. French double doors lead out to the courtyard patio which is ideal for al fresco dining, whilst another internal door leads into….
Utility Room 4.09m x 2.04m (13'5" x 6'8") Originally the kitchen it is now a large modern utility room with white gloss units, splash back wall tiles, black tiled floor, recessed lights, a sink, plumbed for washing machine, dryer and fridge/freezer.
Bedroom 1 3.02m x 2.06m (9'11" x 6'9") Located off the ground floor return this single bedroom has recessed lights and carpet floors. Leads to….
Ensuite 2.15m x 1.45m (7'1" x 4'9") with a WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle, wall mounted mirrored cabinet, tiled floor and a velux roof light.
Landing with carpet flooring, wood panelling, recessed lights, a large velux roof light.
Bedroom 2 3.85m x 3.65m (12'8" x 12') A nice double bedroom overlooking the rear courtyard with sea views, a centre rose, carpet flooring and window blind.
Bedroom 3 4.70m x 3.73m (15'5" x 12'3") A large double bedroom situated at the front of the house with a black cast iron fireplace, centre rose, wood panelling on walls, two metal radiators and window blinds.
Bedroom 4 3.43m x 2.05m (11'3" x 6'9") A nice single bedroom at the front of the house with carpet floors, a retro metal radiator and window blinds.
Family Bathroom 3.23m x 1.99m (10'7" x 6'6") Located on the 1st floor return it is a lovely appointed spacious family bathroom with under floor heating, fully tiled walls & floor, a bath, shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, velux roof window.
Study 1.75m x 1.75m (5'9" x 5'9") Situated at the top of the stairs above the half landing, it is an ideal area for a study with wooden floors, recessed lights, storage cupboard and shelves.
BER Number: 113682421
Energy Performance Indicator: 438.94 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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