Read about a house for sale in Wexford, in one of the county’s premium coastal addresses.
“A rare find” is how DNG Pierce Properties Auctioneers & Letting Agents has described its newest listing in Kilmurray, Gorey, Co Wexford.
The property firm views this as an “extraordinary bespoke family home, which has been designed for comfortable, easy living with equal importance given to entertaining and leisure”.
Mature gardens and “stunning” panoramic views of north Wexford’s coastline surround the C1 BER-rated “substantial” detached property.
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Commenting on the listing, the selling agent said:
“At first glimpse, you will notice that Kilmurray has a sympathetic external finish to blend into its surroundings.
“Internally, the property boasts an exceptional open plan design that is both practical and clever to allow the accommodation to avail fully of the coastal views that are on offer from this wonderful site.”
Upon entering through a stone wall entrance with electric gates, the cobbled lock drive leads to the front porch.
“Over the threshold reveals a wonderful elegant light-filled entrance hallway, which follows through to the beautifully presented open plan reception areas,” the selling agent pointed out.
“This space, which includes a vaulted lounge with feature brick fireplace and solid fuel stove, captures panoramic views of the wonderful coast and provides access through two sets of French doors to the rear balcony taking full advantage of the magnificent sea views.”
“A cosy dining area is adjacent to the stylish kitchen with island and granite worktops.”
“Exposed oak beams are a real future, not to mention the numerous picture windows which allow you to appreciate the views from every angle.”
There is also access to the sheltered courtyard barbeque area giving this “another dimension” for entertaining and alfresco dining.
Bedrooms and utility
There is a guest Wc off the kitchen, and the utility is a “good size” with “plenty of space” for a fridge, washing machine, and tumble dryer and storage.
“This level is also home to the formal sitting room. Yet again, it embraces the wonderful views through a magnificent ceiling height picture window. The feature gas fireplace makes this a cosy space in the winter months.”
Furthermore, there is a “sumptuous” master bedroom with an ensuite shower room and walk-in wardrobe.
Besides, there are three additional “spacious” double bedrooms. One is currently an art room; all have walk-in wardrobes and are ensuite.
The office and storeroom complete the ground floor’s accommodation. A bespoke staircase leads down to the hallway on the lower ground floor.
From here, there is access to bedroom number fifth with an ensuite WC. The sixth bedroom is a “considerably spacious” dual aspect room with an ensuite.
“The separate garden entrance, gym with a connected bathroom and sauna room all make this a truly exceptional property,” the selling agent said.
An integrated double garage provides “all the car parking space required” with the addition of an overhead games room which you can access from the main hallway.
Grounds, pond and BBQ hut
According to the selling agent, the grounds are “exceptionally landscaped” and present a “picturesque setting” with winding paths and a pond surrounded by various shrubs, flowers, plants and mature trees.
“This oasis of privacy and calm has an alfresco dining area which lies alongside the pond and a path leads to the most impressive Viking BBQ Hut.”
“This exceptional garden feature is designed to be used in all weather conditions. There is a grill surrounded by a table inside the cabin and above the grill an adjustable chimney.”
The property is less than a 5-minute drive to Ballymoney beach and a 4-minute drive to Gorey Town Centre.
Gorey town, a “short” drive away, has “a wealth” of social and essential amenities. These include a “great choice” of boutiques, restaurants, bars, schools, and supermarkets.
There are “an abundance” of natural walks close by, including; Tara Hill, sandy beaches and tennis, golf and rugby sporting facilities.
The locality has “excellent” transport facilities, including numerous Dublin bus services. The property is convenient to the M11, allowing a 50-minute commute to South Dublin and the M50.
Coach services also provide direct access to Dublin Airport.
The selling agent is seeking €1.3m for this listing.
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