Sweeping sea views and contemporary style at this €315k chalet by the Wexford coast

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Amy Mulvaney 04/02/2021
Vista Faro was built in 2015.

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A NEAT TWO-BED cottage, Vista Faro lives up to its name.

Located in Clonsharragh, Co Wexford, the property boasts uninterrupted sea views from Hook Head to Woodtown Strand, as well as panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. 

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Built in 2015, the residence sits on an elevated site of 0.5 acres, while the accommodation measures 861 sq ft.

The interior has been designed to make the most of its scenic location, with folding glass doors in the spacious open-plan kitchen/diner and living room. These doors leads to a beautiful south-facing terrace with countryside and sea views, making for the perfect spot to dine al fresco and unwind.

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The kitchen is modern and sleek, with wall and floor units, integrated appliances and room for a dining table to seat four. A feature wood-panelled wall in the living area and a solid fuel stove add a cosy feel.

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Both of the bedrooms are doubles and are comfortable in size, with built-in contemporary wardrobes in each. There are two bathrooms in the property, with a bath in one and a shower in the other.

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Outside, the 0.5 acres of grounds have been recently landscaped to include a gravel driveway and a large selection of specimen trees and grasses.

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Adding further to its appeal, Vista Faro is a 20-minute walk from Duncannon beach, while Duncannon village is 10 further minutes afield. There’s plenty to enjoy in the seaside village, including the historical Duncannon Fort.

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The Hook Peninsula is a 20-minute drive away, with an abundance of water sports, walking trails and idyllic scenery to enjoy. 

Priced at €315,000, Vista Faro offers a slice of paradise for those looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Vista Faro, Clonsharragh, Duncannon, Co Wexford is on the market for €315,000 through P N O’Gorman Auctioneers via Daft.ie.