Newcourt Villas, forming the corner of Vevay Road with Putland Road, date from the 1920s and, like its neighbours, no. 5 is a good solid house with a suburban surprise;- even after adding a large extension to the rear, the back garden still measures c.140 ft. (42.67 m).
From the main bedroom at the back of the house there are lovely views found towards the coast framed by Bray Head to the south-east; the kitchen and dining area face east and enjoy the morning sun; intercommunicating with the westerly dual-aspect living room to the front.
A part-walled, part hedged front garden has an off-street parking apron and is dotted with shrubs and flowering bushes. A solid teak side entrance gate leads to the c. 140 ft long rear garden, with its side boundary hedges, mature apple and pear trees, laid out mainly in lawn.
Residential amenities are conveniently at hand; apart from proximity to church, primary and secondary schools there is neighborhood shopping, and ready access to public transport (city-bound and DART feeder buses, DART, Aircoach Direct, and local shuttle).
We confidently recommend this property to anyone seeking a conveniently located home combining period character with modern amenity.
Sitting Room 3.60m x 5.00m.
Living Room 2.90m x 3.20m.
Dining Room 4.70m x 2.70m.
Kitchen 3.10m x 2.50m.
Bathroom 1.40m x 1.80m.
Bedroom 1 3.20m x 5.00m.
Bedroom 2 3.20m x 2.50m.
Bedroom 3 2.30m x 2.40m.
• Convenient location on public transport
• Extended to provide a versatile living space layout and three bedrooms
• Mature c.140 ft / 42.67 metre long rear garden with apple and ...