This property is a delightful two-storey flat which is attached to the rear of the owner's period house in the centre of Newtown Mount Kennedy, County Wicklow.
This property is the ideal place for a couple looking for a quiet retreat in a beautiful setting with numerous local amenities.
When you enter the flat, you walk straight into the well-appointed and nicely finished kitchen, in which the fridge/freezer and washer/dryer are hidden away out of sight.
The dining area is also conveniently located in the kitchen.
Stairs lead up from the kitchen to the rest of the flat.
Upstairs there is a bright and airy double bedroom, a sitting room with an electric stove and a TV with free-to-air channels, plus a shower room with electric shower.
All of the rooms are finished to a very high standard and are well furnished, with plenty of seating to make you feel comfortable and at home.
The flat has off-road parking spaces for 2 cars.
There is a gravel seating area just outside the door and a beautiful mature garden in which ducks can often be seen wandering.
The Mews is very conveniently located in the centre of Newtown Mount Kennedy, with pubs and shops just one minute away on foot.
There is also a cafe just across the road in the country lifestyle store Fisher’s.
If you’re looking to go a little further afield, it is less than 45 minutes to Dublin and you can catch a bus there from the stop just outside the property.
There are lots of opportunities for walking in the local area, such as the long distance Wicklow Way path, and the beautiful visitor’s destination of Glendalough is less than half an hour away in the car.
The Mews is the perfect place for a couple planning a romantic getaway exploring a stunning part of Ireland.
About the location
NEWTOWN MOUNT KENNEDY, COUNTY WICKLOW
Greystones 5 miles; Wicklow Town 9.3 miles; Bray 9.3 miles; Dublin 22 miles.
Newtown Mount Kennedy is a small town in County Wicklow, Ireland, 5 miles from the seaside town of Greystones. It is a picturesque village set in woodlands and glens including Glen O’Downs, Altidore, Callowhill and Kilmurry. It is home to a number of local shops and public houses to enjoy. Explore the adjoining villages of Kilpedder and Kilquade whilst sampling a pint of Guinness in the local pubs in the surrounding countryside. Greystones is a popular coastal destination for tourists which lies just a few miles south of Bray Head and the Irish Sea. Lots of walking opportunities in the area with Wicklow Way, Glendalough, Avoca all within easy reach. Further afield is the capital city of Dublin home to the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and much, much more.