New to the market, 122 Corke Abbey is an attractive red brick four-bedroom semi-detached home complemented by a secure location towards the end of a cul de sac. This sizable property, accompanied with an external garden room and popular location is sure to be of interest to a wide audience of buyers.
In brief, the accommodation comprises of a wide entrance hall, spacious sitting room with feature open fireplace and interconnecting doors leading through to the open plan kitchen/diner which spans the width of the house. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms (two double, two single), and a fully tiled bathroom suite concludes the internal layout.
Outside to the front, a driveway accommodates off street parking for two cars and to the left-hand side there are gravel chippings bordered by hedges and a white picket fence. Side access leads through to the low maintenance rear garden which is laid with sandstone slabs. In addition, there is a garden room which can be used for a variety of different purposes. This fully functioning room contains carpet flooring, recess lights, and is also fitted with a shower room.
Corke Abbey is located towards the northern end of Bray and enjoys a superb choice of amenities within close proximity including parks, schools, supermarkets, recreational facilities, and further afield Bray Main Street with its array of shops and eateries. Leisurely coastal walks along the promenade, the Bray to Greystones cliff walk, and the grounds of Kilruddery House, can also be enjoyed. Transport is also well catered for, with the DART and several Dublin Bus routes passing by the entrance to the estate, as well as public transport connections to the Luas. By private transport, the N11 which acts as a gateway to the M50 or southeast, is accessible in a matter of minutes.
Kitchen/Dining Room 5.30m x 3.30m.
Living Room 3.30m x 5.60m.
Bedroom 1 3.40m x 2.90m.
Bedroom 2 3.70m x 2.90m.
Bedroom 3 2.70m x 2.30m.
Bedroom 4 2.70m x 2.70m.
Bathroom 1.70m x 2.90m.
Shomera 3.40m x 4 ...