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Image / Living / Property

This picturesque Victorian Bray home is on the market for €975,000


By Megan Burns
17th Oct 2021
This picturesque Victorian Bray home is on the market for €975,000

Although it looks like it could be set down a country lane, it’s in fact just a short walk from the town centre.

A four-bed home with an additional one-bed studio apartment, 1 Mount Pleasant Villas sits on a quiet avenue in Bray.

You enter the home into a main hallway, which features a solid timber floor and ornate plaster cornicing. To the right of this is the living room, a large dual aspect space with a bay window, original pine floor and a marble fireplace.

Bray house for sale

To the other side of the hallway is the dining room, which is interconnected with the kitchen. It has a sash window, stove and wonderfully high ceilings, and the current owners use it as a second sitting room.

Double doors lead through to the kitchen, which overlooks the rear garden. There is also a utility room and one bedroom on this ground level.

Upstairs are the three remaining bedrooms, two of which have ensuite bathrooms, and the main bedroom also has a dressing room. There is a family bathroom on this level.

The studio apartment at the back of the house has its own separate entrance. The main living and kitchen space has a cast iron stove set in a brick fireplace and hearth, providing a lovely focus for the room. There is also a bedroom and a shower room.

Outside, the rear garden has raised circular lawn areas surrounded by pebbles, while there is also an Indian sandstone patio, large trees providing privacy, and a sunken section. The front is gravelled.

Bray house for sale

The house is located just a short walk from the centre of Bray, 20 minutes walk from the nearest DART station, and half an hour’s walk from the seafront.

Click through our gallery for the full tour of this house, which is on sale through Daphne Kaye and Associates.

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