BEING A SHORT walk away from a bustling town has a heap of benefits, from saving money to promoting exercise. And this is exactly what you’ll find with this large five-bed home in Wexford. With the town a ten minute walk away and a sandy beach a ten minute drive away, it would be hard not to stay active.
Offers by Daft are now live on this property, meaning you can place and track offers in real time, from anywhere. This new online platforms creates a fair and transparent process so that buyers can make decisions with confidence.
Brought to the market at a private treaty sale by Jonathan Jordan at OnlineEstateAgent.ie, this 251 m² home is filled with high-end touches including Italian marble floors and cast iron radiators.
One of the most stand-out features of this home are the huge glass walls to the back of the house. They let the light flood in and offer views that would make you think you’re in a depths of the countryside.
The triple aspect kitchen ensures another bright and airy space with great flow, plenty of storage and a neutral colour scheme.
The five bedrooms are spread over the lower ground floor and top floor. Three large rooms and a smaller one, that is currently a home office, sit at the top. Each large bedroom has an en suite bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe.
The house is actually spread over three floors, so there is renovation potential with the lower ground floor. It could be transformed into two-bed unit with its own access. A family bathroom, utility room and sunroom complete this lower level.
There’s also a concrete shed that’s wired for electricity and would make a handy home office, games room or workshop.
Not only is this home a short stroll from a busy town – for family holidays that avoid the airport, Rosslare Europort is just a 20 mins drive while less than two hours will have you in Dublin.
For those who want to leave the car at home, the bus and the train runs regularly to the capital also, making this an ideal base with a sense of community that’s very well connected to the rest of the country.