Victorian Terraced House by the sea

Victorian Terraced House by the sea


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our Victorian home was built in 1887 and has been refurbished by us retaining all the original features yet with the comforts of modern day life so it is both charming and comfortable. It is only a 2 minute walk form the sea and also the train which brings you to the heart of Dublin in 30 minutes.

Property features

Who we are

  1. We are a family of 4: Aisling a Translator, Yoga ,French and Spanish Teacher; Ronan a Geography and PE Teacher; Eve (14) loves Ballet, Art, Badminton and Music and Jude (10) loves Lego, Minecraft, Football and Piano

  2. We love music, books and movies and are always curious about new cities and cultures.

  3. Aisling speaks French and Spanish and Eve is learning Spanish too so we like to practice our languages and travel to cities in Spain and France.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Bray has always attracted artists, writers and musicians. James Joyce wrote "The Dead" in a house beside the harbour and Oscar Wilde's principal residence is now The Strand Hotel on the seafront. One of Irelands greatest artists Paul Henry lived here along with U2, Hozier, Sinead O'Connor and Van Morrison even partied in our house many years ago.
There is also a beautiful Victorian promenade with both sandy and pebble beaches ,about 1km long, which leads to Bray Head. From there you can walk along the coast to Greystones, a stunning walk along the cliff edge which takes about 1 hour at a leisurely stroll. The promenade is lined with a variety of bars and restaurants.
We are a 2 minute walk from the train station which brings you to the heart of Dublin city in 35/40 minutes. You can drive there in 20- 30 minutes.
There are shops big and small all within a 2-5 minute walk from the house so you have every amenity within easy reach.

Best restaurants
The Dockyard Cafe and Restaurant at the Harbour; Platform Pizza; BoxBurger; Cowfish Restaurant and cocktail Bar; Daata Tandoori; Pink Salt
The Harbour Bar at the end of our street, voted the Best Bar in the World by lonely planet: it has traditional Irish music on most evenings and Sunday afternoon and live Rock/Pop music Friday/Saturday and Sunday evenings
Favourite cafés
Cafe Gatanero Litterario, an italian cafe/restaurant/bookshop; Maison Mollie for breakfast/lunch
Where to go shopping
Bray has many small shops for cloths, art, gifts and of course fruit/veg and groceries and several bookshops. There is a big shopping centre 10 minutes drive away for international brands at Dundrum
Your area's cultural and historical landmarks
Ardmore Film Studios are also in Bray, across from where Sean Connery lived whilst filming Zardoz, their films include Braveheart, Excalibur, The Commitments and My left Foot. There is a film trail that can be followed through the county.
Local walks
Promenade at the end of our street. Bray to Greystones Cliff Walk
Places you love to exercise
Climb to Bray Head, Jog along the Promenade and Harbour, Golf at Bray Golf Club, Swim in Shoreline or in the sea beside us.
Top day trips
Powerscourt House and Gardens; Glendalough; Lough Dan and Lough Tay; Mount Usher Gardens; Dublin City

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