4 Bed semi-detached house 5 minutes from the sea

4 Bed semi-detached house 5 minutes from the sea




Oct 2008

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is warm comfortable and clean. The house is 10 years old and is fitted with all modern conveniences. From the bay window in the living room there is a panoramic view of the sea and hills. There are four bedrooms and the house can sleep 7. There are 2 double beds and 3 single beds. There is a separate dining room and living room with open fire place and a separate kitchen with full cooking facilities. There is also a back garden with a large trampoline.


More about us

  1. We are a family of four. Claude is 45 years of age and works in the computer industry. Linda is 44 and works as a teacher. Sophie is 15 and Nicole is 11. Claude originally comes from France but has been living in Ireland for nearly 20 years. All the family speaks French and Linda also speaks some Italian. We have one lazy cat. We live in a friendly residential estate with nice neighbours and it's very safe for children. Access to Dublin city is very easy by train. The train station is 15 minutes by local bus from our house. It takes 40 minutes to get to Dublin by train and 25-30 minutes by car.

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Where is it?


Bray is known as the gateway to the Garden of Ireland and is the longest established seaside town in Ireland. It is well-located being just 19km south of Dublin, which can be reached by train, bus or car. The Bray area is a paradise for nature lovers. There are safe beaches, a beautiful victorian promenade and scenic cliff walk. There are also many forests in the area which are popular with those who like to go trekking. The town of Bray itself is a bustling urban centre with fine hotels, shops, restaurants and evening entertainment. Local activities include, golf, sailing, fishing and horseriding.

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