Take three houses for sale in Wicklow

A charming cottage in Manor Kilbride, an end-of-terrace in Bray and a seven-bed in Laragh for €1.5m


Babylon Cottage, Manor Kilbride

There is value to be found inland. This charming 1800s cottage near Manor Kilbride has been occupied for the past 30 years and is for sale through REA Murphy. Nestled into the side of a mountain, it overlooks the Liffey river basin. Babylon stands on 1.5 acres and has a large open-plan living area, two bedrooms and one bathroom and regulation compliant water and sewage treatment systems.

6 Elm Grove Terrace, Bray

This end-of-terrace house just a stone’s throw from the seafront in Bray is for sale through agent Robert Downey. At just 85sq m (915sq ft) this elegant property has recently been restored, and a modern kitchen extension has been added to the rear. Upstairs two bedrooms to the front of the property have been amalgamated to form one large suite. There is a second bedroom and a family bathroom at the back.

Cloran, Laragh
€1.5 million

This arts and crafts-style property was first for sale in 2008 with a hefty asking price of €3.3 million and is now asking €1.5 million through agent McDonnell Properties. It has seven bedrooms and includes a granite guesthouse, a two-room studio with mezzanine, a two-storey sauna and Turkish bath chalet, an outdoor pool and a flood-lit tennis court. The property stands on 7 acres and measures 525sq m (5,651sq ft) in total.

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