Bright 3 Bed House in seaside town, 12 miles south of Dublin City Center

Bright 3 Bed House in seaside town, 12 miles south of Dublin City Center




Sep 2009

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is bright and comfortable with living room, sunroom, our son's playroom and the kitchen downstairs. Upstairs we have three bedrooms, one which we use as a sitting room/study but the sofa can be used as bed for two. Our bedroom sleeps two and our son's one, his would sleep a child up to about eight years. This is a child friendly house with a very peaceful feel. My mother loves sitting in both the sunroom to watch the birds in the garden and third bedroom upstairs to watch the sky. We do have an adult bicycle, a piano, videos and DVDs. Make yourself at home.


More about us

  1. My husband and I have a four year old son and dog. He works in the IT business and now my son has started school I have decided to study horticulture. We met in San Francisco which is where I am from and moved here ten years ago because he is Irish! While we hope to use this site for lots of future vacations in other fabulous areas, we love and miss San Francisco and that is our priority at this time. Please get in touch if you are interested or have questions.

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Where is it?


Our safe neighborhood is a fifteen minute walk from Main ST where you can find coffee shops, shops, restaraunts and of course, pubs. Google Bray, Wicklow and you will see what we have to offer. The Victorian Promenade on the beach has pubs, restaraunts, the cliff walk to Greystones (another seaside town) or even a hike up Bray head. We can do all these with our child, just need to go a little slower. Bray is on the DART line which stops at all the lovely towns from Greystones to Howth with Dublin City Center in the middle. My husband takes the train to work nearly every day. For those who really don't want to walk to the train there is a bus one block from the entrance to our estate that will go all the way in to town or to the train station.

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