€725,000

Ard Na Domhain, Newcastle, County Wicklow

  • 5+
  • 4
  • -
  • -
  • Luxury
Detached House for sale
D1

Description

Ard na Domhain, which translates as top of the world, is a magnificent detached property ideally situated on an elevated site which enjoys views of both Greystones and Bray alike. The home is surrounded by beautiful, idyllic mature grounds and is located within the majestic countryside of Wicklow; yet is only a short distance on the N11 to Dublin City Centre. The peaceful setting near the village of Newcastle and Ashford represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire a family home close to an array of wonderful amenities whilst benefiting from quiet countryside living. It is a very well appointed property which has mature grounds that offers potential owners a great deal of privacy combined with breath-taking views. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of modern day life, this wonderful area has a great sense of peace - yet a short drive of the N11/M11/M50 road network providing easy access to Dublin and beyond. It is also a short distance to the charming village of Greystones offering a variety of local shops, eateries and boutiques, close by to Kilmacanogue with Avoca Handweavers, and various seaside locations.
There is an abundance of excellent amenities on its door step. Several golf clubs, nearby include Powerscourt gold course, Druids Glen golf and country club. A regular bus route serves Kilmacanogue Village, which links commuters to the DART in Bray. Nearby schools include Aravon, St. Gerard's and Presentation Collage, Bray.
The spacious and bright home is ready to move into and is presented in excellent condition throughout. The design of this property caters for all the practicalities of family life and it will definitely have huge appeal to all equestrian lovers.
Accommodation briefly includes a dining room with cast iron surround fireplace; a similarly kitted living room, a sun room with a timber ceiling and maple floor throughout. The large kitchen has cream-painted units with tiled flooring. At the back there is a utility room located beside the kitchen and bathroom.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and master bedroom that comes with a dressing room and an en-suite with a double steam-shower cubicle. Main bathroom also.
The attic is converted and has a velux window. This would be suitable for installing an additional double bedroom if required.


If you fancy enjoying this luxury home with its serene surroundings please contact Lynam Auctioneers on 01 296 5374.

Other Features:
  • Attic
  • Beach Nearby
  • Central Location
  • Ensuite
  • High Potential
  • Privacy
  • Quiet Setting
  • Schools Nearby
  • Spacious
  • Transport Nearby
  • View
BER Details:
Property Details:
Siobhan LynamView ProfilePSR Licence No: 003286Lynam Auctioneers & Estate Agents
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€725,000

Ard Na Domhain, Newcastle, County Wicklow

  • 5+
  • 4
  • -
  • -
  • Luxury
Detached House for sale
D1

Description

Ard na Domhain, which translates as top of the world, is a magnificent detached property ideally situated on an elevated site which enjoys views of both Greystones and Bray alike. The home is surrounded by beautiful, idyllic mature grounds and is located within the majestic countryside of Wicklow; yet is only a short distance on the N11 to Dublin City Centre. The peaceful setting near the village of Newcastle and Ashford represents a wonderful opportunity to acquire a family home close to an array of wonderful amenities whilst benefiting from quiet countryside living. It is a very well appointed property which has mature grounds that offers potential owners a great deal of privacy combined with breath-taking views. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of modern day life, this wonderful area has a great sense of peace - yet a short drive of the N11/M11/M50 road network providing easy access to Dublin and beyond. It is also a short distance to the charming village of Greystones offering a variety of local shops, eateries and boutiques, close by to Kilmacanogue with Avoca Handweavers, and various seaside locations.
There is an abundance of excellent amenities on its door step. Several golf clubs, nearby include Powerscourt gold course, Druids Glen golf and country club. A regular bus route serves Kilmacanogue Village, which links commuters to the DART in Bray. Nearby schools include Aravon, St. Gerard's and Presentation Collage, Bray.
The spacious and bright home is ready to move into and is presented in excellent condition throughout. The design of this property caters for all the practicalities of family life and it will definitely have huge appeal to all equestrian lovers.
Accommodation briefly includes a dining room with cast iron surround fireplace; a similarly kitted living room, a sun room with a timber ceiling and maple floor throughout. The large kitchen has cream-painted units with tiled flooring. At the back there is a utility room located beside the kitchen and bathroom.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and master bedroom that comes with a dressing room and an en-suite with a double steam-shower cubicle. Main bathroom also.
The attic is converted and has a velux window. This would be suitable for installing an additional double bedroom if required.


If you fancy enjoying this luxury home with its serene surroundings please contact Lynam Auctioneers on 01 296 5374.

Other Features:
  • Attic
  • Beach Nearby
  • Central Location
  • Ensuite
  • High Potential
  • Privacy
  • Quiet Setting
  • Schools Nearby
  • Spacious
  • Transport Nearby
  • View
BER Details:
Property Details:
Siobhan LynamView ProfilePSR Licence No: 003286Lynam Auctioneers & Estate Agents

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