Family home in seaside village of lovely Greystones,Wicklow.

Family home in seaside village of lovely Greystones,Wicklow.




Apr 2013

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is situated in a quiet cul de sac 1.5km from the centre of beautiful Greystones.It is a comfortable and spacious two storey house with four bedrooms, one en-suite.
On the ground floor you have a small playroom/tv room full of toys,books and games.This room is also nice for relaxing in to read some books from our small library collection!!The kitchen has plenty of space with dining table and chairs seating upto eight people.The living room is large, with an open fireplace, tv and stereo system. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms,two single rooms,one ensuite and a bathroom. Outside there is a private small rear garden with decking area which includes a barbeque.


More about us

  1. We are a married couple in our mid forties. We have two Children a girl aged 12 and a little boy aged 3. I am self employed working in the Greetings Card industry and my Wife is a School Teacher. We love cycling, walking and above all
    having a good laugh and spending time with our Children as much as possible.

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Where is it?


Greystones is a wonderful seaside village/town,in county Wicklow just 34 kms from Dublin. Nestled between the Irish sea and the Wicklow hills, it is only a short 50 minute train journey to the bustling and historic Dublin city. Greystones is renowned for its wonderful fusion of Restaurants,Cafes and unique shops,it also has some good Irish pubs where you can listen to Traditional Irish Music!.The village itself has a supermarket,two pharmacies ,an organic fruit/veg shop called "The Happy Pear" which is definitely worth a visit for it's delicious and wholesome food,a book shop and some lovely gift shops.The train station is at the end of the town along with the public Swimming pool,"Shoreline" and the Childrens playground. The town has a fantastic Library which was recently renovated. In the surrounding areas you have ten golf courses with some spectacular views. Everything is within reach (as we say)with the spectacular Powerscourt gardens only a short drive away and further on you will find Powerscourt Waterfall, which is the largest in these islands.

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