10 Castlefield TerraceGreystones, Co Wicklow
- Property Type
- New Build
- On-Street Parking
- Nearest Transport
- Greystones Dart | 2km
- Fresh, Walk-In Condition - Stylish And Homely
- Ramp Access To The House
- Finished To A Very High Standard Throughout
- Upstairs And Downstairs Toilets
- Double Glazing Throughout
- OFCH With Smart Heating Controls
- Leafy Front Views Onto Greystones Golf Course
- Private Courtyard Garden With All-Day Sun
- Friendly Neighbours
- A Quiet, Secure Cul-De-Sac Location
- Safe, On-Street Parking For One Car Outside
- Ample Parking Within A Minutes Walk
- Easy Access To Greystones
- Bray | 15Mins
- Good Transport Links - N11/M50, Bus, Dart, Rosslare
Outstanding Presentation. Peaceful, Spacious Living. Wonderful Location.
10 Castlefield Terrace is a semi-detached, two bedroom home located in a quiet cul-de-sac in Killincarrig Village, Greystones.
A fascinating prospect lies behind Castlefield’s cheerful exterior: a home which has been sympathetically modernised to provide for spacious, well considered living space. Full of character and charm, Castlefield is an undeniably unique property: it will be of particular interest to those for whom the standard two bed offering holds limited appeal.
Presented in beautiful shades, there is an inviting ambience upon arrival and that welcoming feeling prevails throughout. Space has been wisely used to disperse natural light, which illuminates beautifully, but not overwhelmingly. There are interesting lines of sight which, when combined with taller than usual ceilings, give a sense of space and light throughout.
The large living room is beautifully appointed and features a small cast iron fireplace, underlining the comforting mood of this home. The living room leads into a bright, classically-themed kitchen. From the kitchen, access to a private, west-facing courtyard garden, which benefits from all day sun. The rear patio leads in turn to the front garden via a sloped ramp.
The entrance hall and a guest w/c, completes the well-balanced accommodation on this level. Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms and a shower room. The large, open attic is well insulated, storage-decked and is accessed via a ladder from the landing.Read Less
Killincarrig, meaning ‘Little Wood of the Rock’, is a small village located between Delgany and Greystones in North County Wicklow. Having become part of the continuous urban area of Greystones, Killincarrig nevertheless retains a sense of insulated enclave. The Village Store caters for everyday grocery needs, The Carrig is a relaxed, comfortable local pub.
Delgany village is a pleasant twenty minute walk or couple of minutes drive away. There, The Pigeon House Cafe (Best Wicklow Restaurant, 2019), The Firehouse Bakery and The Horse and Hound Pub all bear repeat visits. Delgany has two golf clubs; Delgany and Glen of the Downs, in addition to Greystones Golf Club.
Greystones is a visually attractive town with period houses, winding roads, old stone walls and, of course, a coastal location. The second largest town in Co. Wicklow, its development from sleepy fishing village brings with it, unrivalled local amenity. An array of eateries, boutique shops and cafés populate the main street. Highlights include Chakra Indian restaurant, the up-market Hungry Monk and The Happy Pear. Tescos and Donnybrook Fair are a five minute drive away from Castlefield, Aldi, a seven minute walk. Avoca Handweavers Kilmacanogue, a perennial favorite for dining and shopping, is ten minutes away by car. Sport and leisure interests are well catered for nearby: gyms, swimming pools, rugby, football and tennis clubs, a running track, badminton, lawn bowling and cricket. Water sports and fishing are obvious benefits of Castlefield’s near-sea location. Leisure activities include Greystones Bridge Club, Greystones Art Group, The Whale Theatre and Greystones Studios.
The vibrant seaside town of Bray lies within easy reach. It boasts a mile long esplanade, an annual air show, summer fest & fairgrounds and wide range of pubs and restaurants. Bray’s new Florentine Shopping Centre, with its 5 screen vintage-themed Stella cinema is due to open in spring 2020. The Mermaid Theatre in the Civic Centre hosts theatre, music, dance, talks, mainstream and art house movies. Possessing a greater array of retail options than Greystones: Woodies, PowerCity, Chadwicks, DID, etc., Bray will provide the new owner of 10 Castlefield Terrace with few reasons to have to venture far from North Wicklow.
In contrast, all the prerequisites for a quieter country life lie on Castlefield’s doorstep. Greystones’ blue flagged South Beach and coastal strolls form the most immediate points of access into a lifestyle which seamlessly merges town living with the tranquility of the appropriately named Garden County of Ireland. Powerscourt House & Gardens, Mount Usher Gardens and Killruddery House & Gardens are wonderful places to while away a day with nature. The Glen of the Downs Nature Reserve, Kindlestown Wood, the Sugarloaf walks and the Bray-Greystones cliff walk are just a few of the many options when desiring to clear the cobwebs.
It is Castlefield’s close proximity to the natural landscape however, that firmly grounds a sense of country-urban living. Everyday encounters with tree canopied winding roads, woodlands, rolling green hills, spectacular landscape views and sea vistas constitute a nourishing daily bread.
Transport: Castlefield is a couple of minutes drive away from the N11 > M50 via Delgany. The DART links Greystones town centre to Dublin city centre and North County Dublin (e.g. Howth and Malahide). InterCity trains link Greystones to the South East, all the way down to Rosslare Europort. The 184 and 84 Dublin Bus services stop just 5 mins walk away. The town is served by AirCoach, linking Greystones to Dublin Airport.