Embodying all that is best of an idyllic valleyside elevated setting commanding views to the great Sugaraloaf, set on south-westerly sloping landscaped gardens bordered by a stream, so rural in many ways yet so convenient to Bray's amenities and the M11/N11/M50 corridor, “Silverstream” - built in the 1940's on the site of a 19th century cottage - has been imaginatively restored and renovated while preserving its essential character; large picture windows maximizing the panoramic views from both garden and hall-floor level rooms of graceful light-filled proportions.
The principal rooms enjoy a sun-bathed scenic outlook across the luscious gardens of sub-tropical appeal; while the hall-floor galleried reception hall accessing three bedrooms and a family room gives way to the garden level fourth bedroom, dining room, living room and kitchen/breakfast room each in its own way directly accessing, or having views of, the matured part-terraced gardens; themselves featuring numerous specimen plants, trees and flowering shrubs. The living accommodation is versatile, presented in really good order, and well-proportioned; with careful attention to detail and a certain decorative panache.
Twin vehicular gates lend access to a generous graveled parking area sheltered by a tall hedge, approaching the hall-level entrance door. There is access on either side of the residence to terraced gardens gently sloping southwards towards the stream from which this property is named. The gardens feature sheltered areas for sitting out, dining al fresco, entertaining or simply meditating while taking in the stunning backdrop with Great and Little Sugarloaf mountains on the skyline.
Graveled walkways, herbaceous borders and herb garden are ...