NEATLY TUCKED AWAY in a private gated enclave of just 17 homes in Bray, Co Wicklow is 14 Wyvern Square.
Located in the heart of the seaside town, the coast is a quick 15-minute stroll from this five-bed property.
No 14 is an impressive three-storey, Georgian-style residence with an immaculate interior of 2,800 sq ft. The front door is accessed via a sizeable granite staircase, which makes for a grand first impression.
To the left of the hallway on this floor is the primary reception room, which features two sash windows with plantation shutters and access to a small balcony, a gas fire with a marble surround and bespoke built-in cabinetry.
There are two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes on this floor, as well as an en suite bathroom and shower room.
The lower floor is designed to be the heart of the home, with a large living room and open-plan kitchen/diner here. Sliding pocket doors separate the living room from the kitchen, making it an ideal space to entertain guests when they’re pulled back or to unwind when they’re closed over.
The living room is a contemporary yet welcoming space, with high ceilings, a large bay window, a marble fireplace with an inset stove and built-in cabinets. The kitchen and dining area wouldn’t look out of place in a glossy home magazine, with features including hand-painted units, quartz countertops, and a large centre island with a Belfast sink and breakfast bar.
Two sets of French doors open to the south-facing garden, where there’s a patio for dining al fresco and an artificial grass area for little ones to play on. Mature trees beyond the rear fence ensure the space isn’t overlooked.
Back inside, a utility room and guest bathroom complete the accommodation on this floor. Lastly, the top floor of the property is home to the master suite, family bathroom, a double bedroom and a home office/single bedroom.
The master bedroom is located to the rear of the house and is akin to what you’d find in a five-star hotel. There are views of Bray Head from here, as well as bespoke panelling to one wall, a walk-in wardrobe and a luxury en suite bathroom with a standalone bath and oversized rain shower.
To help with keeping the electricity bill down, there are two solar panels on the roof of the property – and the home has a B1 BER.
Bray Main Street is less than a five-minute walk from the front door of No 14, with countless shops, restaurants, cafes and bars in and around here. There’s no shortage of primary and secondary schools in the town, while a trip on the DART will bring you to Dublin city centre in 45 minutes.