Our house is 4 yrs old. Beautiful landscaped garden on 1.2 acre site. Fully secluded and private. Dormer bungalow design, with marble floor through the downstairs, and fully carpeted upstrairs. American style fully fitted cream wood kitchen, with double ovens, intergrated appliances, and american fridge with ice maker and filter water. Vaulted ceiling living room. 2 large double bedrooms downstairs, Master bedroom and 2 kids bedrooms upstairs.
Underfloor heating throughout, central sound system, Sky TV, and Central Movies Server. Seperate playroom/ dining room, and perfect outdoor grounds with grass for kids.
Automated Velux windows and blackout blinds, and Roman blinds throughout.
House comes with a cars (BMW 5 series), House has CCTV, Monitored alarm system, and is an electric gated property.
Our house is located halfway between Avoca and Arklow in co wicklow. We are a 1 hour drive from Dublin, 3 hours from Cork, and 4 hours from Galway, and 2.5 hours from Belfast
Avoca (Irish: Abhóca) is a small town near Arklow, in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated on the River Avoca.
The Avoca area has been associated with its famous copper mines for many years and the valley has been immortalised by Thomas Moore in the famous song The Meeting of the Waters. The name of the song derives from the meeting of the Avonmore and Avonbeg rivers, about two miles from the village of Avoca.
Avoca is also famous for its handweaving. Avoca Handweavers are based in Avoca.
Avoca is the village where the BBC series Ballykissangel was filmed. In 1966, Avoca was one of the locations used in the film "Jules Verne's Rocket to the Moon".
ARKLOW is a lively town in its day, one of the busiest ports in Ireland and a renowned centre for boat building and sea fishing as well as having a fine tradition in the pottery industry.
Situated on the River Avoca, the N11 road and the Dublin/Rosslare rail line, Arklow is an excellent base for exploring County Wicklow and neighbouring counties. The town is a good base from which to explore the Vale of Avoca to the east and the glorious sandy beaches of Brittas Bay to the north. The beautiful Clogga Beach is situated about 6.5km by road south of Arklow Town.
Arklow has an attractive main street with ornate lighting and a charming riverside walk. The fishing village character is still evident in an area called ”The Fisheries” and the port still boasts a sizeable fleet of fishing boats. The imposing St Saviours’ Church, impressively floodlit at night, dominates the high ground of the town.
Myself and my husband are a professional couple, both working for multinational organisations. We are in our 30's and have 3 young children under 5yrs, and really love our house we built with passion. We are looking to a new adventure somewhere in the USA.