Friday 9 December 2016

Bungalow with stables in Dunlavin

Published 30/04/2010 | 05:00

Four-bedroom detached dormer bungalow
Four-bedroom detached dormer bungalow

This two-storey dormer bungalow, with attached paddocks and stables, is a countryside home standing on 3.26 acres in Wicklow, and comes to the market with an asking price of €650,000.

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Bornalta extends to some 302sqm in size, and has been well maintained. Upon entering, the main hallway has beechwood flooring, high ceilings and a teak hardwood staircase. The living room has a 10ft marble fireplace with open fire, a bow window and a door to the garden, while a dining room/playroom has fitted storage units.

The house has a country kitchen with fitted units and integrated appliances, as well as an office (with broadband connection), storage room, guest bathroom, and garage with double doors to the yard.

There are four bedrooms in the house. One room is a downstairs double with hardwood floor, fitted wardrobes and a built-in bed, as well as a shower room.

The three remaining double bedrooms, one of which is en suite, and the main bathroom are upstairs.

Outside, the gardens are mainly in lawn to the back and the front with mature hedging and trees for extra privacy. Bornalta also has a tack room, four loose boxes, a feed room, three-span concreted hay shed, sand arena area and muck heap.

What's more, there's an enclosed lean-to store with electric roller shutter door, workshop, a large store, and fuel store, while upstairs in the hay barn there is a loft with store rooms.

In terms of location, Bornaltra is some 2.5km (1.6miles) from Dunlavin village, with amenities such as primary schools, a secondary school, churches, shops, butcher and coffee shops.

Naas and Newbridge are also nearby, with shopping centres, train and bus services, cinemas, and a further range of primary and secondary schools.

Dublin city centre is 50km (31miles) on the nearby N81 or M9.

Contact Knight Frank 01 6623255.

Irish Independent

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