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Bartra Cove
€4,850,000
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  • 5 bedrooms
  • 5 bathrooms
Property description
Discreetly tucked away off Harbour Road, close to Bullock Harbour lies Bartra Cove, a truly wonderful waterside residence set on approx. 0.5 of an acre of mature sheltered gardens, with magnificent sea and coastal views over Dublin Bay to Howth and Dalkey Island.

The architecture is timeless, complementing the established setting of the neighbouring historic homes and coastal gardens in this exclusive location. Built in 1998, Bartra Cove possesses flexibility of internal arrangement, clean lines, airiness and all the creature comforts of a contemporary home. The whole property is maintained and presented in walk - in condition.

There is still plenty of scope for the new owners to put their own stamp on this property. There is development potential to extend the house and provide further accommodation in the garden towards the sea, subject to Planning Permission.

The internal layout which extends to approx. 4,250 sq ft has been designed to take full advantage of its coastal setting with the main reception rooms and bedrooms enjoying panoramic sea views. The house is filed with natural light, perfectly proportioned and beautifully designed with fine details and creative touches creating an enduring high quality interior.

Entered through wrought iron gates, a gravelled driveway provides generous vehicular access to the beautifully landscaped residence. The front door leads into a spacious conservatory- style space with white limestone floors, feature raised glazing to the ceiling and enticing framed views to the sea and Killiney Hill.

At ground floor a sequence of magnificent reception rooms open into each other creating a great flow for living and entertaining. Large picture windows in each room capture the stunning views over the lawn across Dublin Bay. The principal reception rooms also feature two very impressive antique fireplaces, an exquisite Bossi takes pride of place in the drawing room while a handsome Adams adorns the living room.

There is a large Poggenpohl kitchen with polished granite surfaces, an Aga oven, a utility room off, the large curved kitchen window overlooks a south-facing front garden with double doors to sun patios, Also at this level there is a fine size guest w.c. with stone floors, ample built in storage, a passenger lift and an elegant top lit, curved sweeping stone staircase leading up through the house completes the ground floor accommodation.

The first floor landing with feature windows allows the light to flood in and leads to three spacious double bedrooms with two en suite bathrooms. There is also a family shower room and built in storage at this level.

The principal bedroom is a suite with study area and a box bay seating area featuring large windows with exquisite coastal views over Dublin Bay to Howth.

The feature stairs with wrought iron balustrades rises up another level to the second floor roof lit landing leading to two further light filled double bedrooms, one en suite, both enjoying access to private balconies with superb panoramic views from Dalkey Island, Killiney Hill and across Dublin bay towards the city.

One of only 58 properties with direct coastline frontage. Bartra Cove has its own private seaside gardens leading down to the rocky shoreline enjoying uninterrupted views and access to the Dalkey coastline.

A mere five-minute walk from Dalkey Village and DART, the location of this property, so close to the picturesque heritage town, with a wide selection of restaurants, cafes, boutique shops and galleries and situated so exquisitely on the waterfront is unrivalled in all it has to offer.

Bartra Cove is well positioned on an elevated site on approx. 0.5 of an acre of mature, well-tended gardens with ample parking to the front. The front the property enjoys paved patio areas with a south westerly aspect, bounded by granite walls and herbaceous borders.

Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland
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