All's well at the Old Well in Skerries
4A The Old Well €775k
There are long views of the Irish Sea from the back of Number 4A The Old Well, at Ballykea in Skerries, and to take the utmost advantage of them, there's a vast reception room on the first floor, with a balcony.
The house was built about 10 years ago in a small enclave of large detached properties on a keyhole-shaped cul de sac not far from Loughshinny beach and harbour.
Number 4A is a fairly rambling property, with 3,488 sq ft of floor space.
This includes four bedrooms, all on the ground floor.
All the bedrooms are en-suite and have built-in wardrobes, and the master bedroom has a walk-in closet.
The kitchen is also on the ground floor, at the back of the house, and has high-gloss cabinets and a vaulted ceiling with skylights.
Open-plan to the kitchen is a living and dining room with a stone fireplace, a vaulted timber ceiling, and floor-to-ceiling windows with double doors to the back garden.
The main upstairs reception room is actually two rooms linked by a short flight of steps, and running the whole length of the house, with windows to the front and French doors at the back giving onto the balcony with views of the Irish Sea.
The ceiling here is vaulted, with several skylights, and there's a wood floor.
Also off the gallery landing on the first floor there's a guest toilet and a skylit study.
There's a lawned garden out the front with a curved, cobbled driveway or parking, and a garage to the side of the house.
The back garden is also lawned with a walled patio.
Number 4A The Old Well is roughly midway between Skerries and Rush, and half an hour's drive from Dublin airport.
The agent is Savills North Dublin (01) 853 0630 and the asking price is €775,000.