Enjoying a price position at the southern end of Brayâ€™s Main Street, this end-of-terrace house is currently used for residential purposes, but subject to planning regulation, has obvious scope to change to commercial use.
In this regard, it is worth noting that under the current Bray Development Plan, the property is zoned for town centre use, including retail, commercial and office.
Featuring an attractive brick and granite exterior, the house is part of a small development of just eight properties dating back to the late Victorian era. Set on the corner of Kilmantin Place and Killarney Road, Number 1 is at the end of a terrace of three houses, positioned directly opposite Brayâ€™s iconic Town Hall.
Inside, the entrance lobby leads into a good sized lounge/sitting room at the front of the house. This in turn leads on to the kitchen at the rear and a smaller, second reception room equally suitable for a variety of purposes such as a study or third bedroom. Downstairs accommodation is completed by a family bathroom. Stairs from the lobby lead to the first floor, where a landing provides access to two bedrooms.
While the property is presented to a good standard, there is excellent potential to follow the example of neighbouring houses in the development by modernising the existing accommodation, including the possibility of extending the kitchen.
Outside, an enclosed rear yard is accessed from the kitchen, with a gate opening on to a laneway running behind the terrace.
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The property is located in the heart of Bray, right in the town centre with its many shops, supermarkets, cafÃ©s, restaurants, pubs, services and a choice of supermarkets. Bus stops for the 145 route to Dublin and 185 to Dun Laoghaire are both right outside, while the property is also conveniently close to Bray DART station, the regenerated seafront, sporting facilities, the Peopleâ€™s Park, Dargle River Walk and other amenities Bray. An excellent choice of schools includes a new nearby educational campus due to open off Dublin Road. Close proximity to the M11 and M50 also make ...