‘Anya’ was built circa 1994 and was designed with a mansard roof (also called ‘French’ or curb roof). A French theme continues throughout the property with double French doors into the rear, high granite walled, garden. The property measures approximately 187 m2/2000 ft2. As well as the sunny south west facing rear garden, one of the main selling points of this fine property is its location within Dalkey village. The approach to the front area of the house has parking for up to 5 cars. This property may well suit local downsizers wishing to remain in the area, possibly coming from a larger house. Internally the accommodation briefly comprises of a welcoming large entrance hall with guest WC. There is a mix of timber and carpet throughout the ground floor. The hall opens through to a bright and dual aspect living/dining room. A kitchen/breakfast room with utility room and small study/home office completes the ground floor accommodation. The south-west facing rear garden is a particular feature with a rich mix of plants trees and shrubs surrounded by high granite cut stone walls. At first floor level there are four well-proportioned bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and family bathroom completes the internal accommodation.
Located in picturesque heritage town of Dalkey, with Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre as its focal point. The town centre is within striking distance from where one can enjoy a good selection of restaurants, bars and cafes. Shopping includes a butcher, fish shop, delicatessen, bakery, numerous coffee shops, health food shop, craft shop, newsagents, and grocery store, a wine shop, off-licence and assorted artisan shops. The railway station is within a 3-minute walk, for a commute by DART to Dublin city centre. The M50 motorway is a short drive with accessibility to all major routes. There are many schools within the vicinity to choose from such as Loreto Abbey Dalkey, Castlepark School and St. Joseph’s of Cluny and Rathdown.
Dalkey with its nautical and literary history is largely unchanged and unspoilt by tourism. It manages to offer everything that visitors and locals require including amenities, coastal walks and walks up Dalkey and Killiney Hill. The privacy, peace and tranquillity of Dalkey makes Anya both the perfect family home and weekend retreat. In the Middle Ages, local Coliemore was the main harbour for Dublin City. Bulloch Harbour is still a working harbour with boats that fish for lobster and crab. Dun Laoghaire Harbour is located 2.1 miles from Dalkey and houses four waterfront Yacht Clubs between the East and West Piers.
• Built c.1994
• Country style timber kitchen with AGA™
• Beautiful south-west facing rear garden with high cut granite stone walls
• Car parking for up to 5 cars to the front
• Gated and secure front
• Ideally positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac
• Hardwood double glazed teak windows throughout
• 5 minute walk to Dalkey village, 3 minute walk to dart station
BER: D2 BER No.113452817 Energy Performance Indicator:261.02 kWh/m²/yr
(c5.87m x 3.8m) Parquet floor
Tile floor, wc, whb
(c.8m x 4.9m) Feature marble surround solid fuel chimneypiece, coving, carpet floor and French double doors to south-west facing rear garden
(c.4.38m x 3.4m) Fitted kitchen with timber wall and counter units. Pitch pine floor and AGA cooker
(c.2.85m x 1.6m) with access to side area
(c.3.33m x 2.31m)
Storage cupboards and hot press
(c.4.91m x 4.74m) En-suite bathroom with wc, whb, bidet, bath with telephone style shower attachment. Tile floor and part walls
(c.3.88m x 3.45m) Carpet floor and curtain
(c.3.8m x 3.17m)
(c.3.36m x 2.83m)
Large power shower, wc, whb, mirror, tile floor and part walls
Off street parking for approximately 5 cars. There are granite cobble and stone patio areas to the front. There is a terrific mix of plants trees and shrubs in the sunny southwest facing rear garden with a high granite wall surround.