103 Swanbrook, Bray, Co Wicklow, A98FC03 | Home for Sale Wicklow
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103 Swanbrook, Bray, Co Wicklow, A98FC03

LOCATION: Mature residential development adjoining the Kilruddery Estate
PROPERTY TYPE: Semi-detached house
FLOOR AREA: 99.5 sq m/1,071 sq ft
BER: D1 BER Number: Perf: kWh/m2/yr


Set in a quiet cul-de-sac opposite an amenity green and enjoying scenic views of the Sugarloaf Mountain to the rear, this well-presented modern family home has been enhanced to a high standard with a series of improvements by the current owners.

These include upgrades to both upstairs bathrooms, brand new laminate timber floors throughout the ground floor, new carpets on the stairs and landing, and the installation of a new central heating boiler less than two years ago. The property has also just been repainted from top to toe in relaxing pale tones to enhance natural light.

And for home-hunters looking to expand, the good news is that there is excellent potential to create further living space by converting the attic. While this would be subject to planning regulation, ample precedent has been set in neighbouring houses where such conversions have already been carried out.

Thanks to the presence of a good-sized back garden, there’s also to potential to extend the property to the rear and/or replace an existing utility/storage room (again, subject to planning).

In brief, existing accommodation comprises a good-sized entrance hall with guest bathroom off, a large living room overlooking the front garden, that utility room to the rear and at the heart of the home, an open-plan kitchen spanning the full width of the house and looking out on to the back garden.

Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, including the main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, a family bathroom and a landing with access via pull-down steps to that conversion-friendly attic, the majoirty of which is floored to accommodate storage.

Outside, there are low maintenance gardens to the front and rear, with the back garden mainly set out as a cobble lock patio to make the most of the property’s sunny, west-facing rear aspect. To the front, a hard surface drive provides off street parking for two cars. Linking the two gardens is a passage to the side of the house, which has been cleverly enclosed with a plexiglass roof to create extensive storage space.

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Situated off Bray’s Southern Cross Road close to the main road to nearby Greystones, Swanbrook is a mature, well-maintained and popular modern residential development conveniently located just a short drive from Bray town centre with its many shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, amenities and services.

Bray offers an excellent choice of local primary and secondary schools, including St. Patrick’s, St. Fergal’s, Gaelscoil Uí Chéadaigh and the Bray School Project (Educate Together) national schools, and Loreto, St. Kilian’s, St. Gerard’s, Presentation, Coláiste Ráithín and North Wicklow Educate Together secondary schools. The town is also home to the Bray Institute of Further Education.

Swanbrook adjoins Killruddery Estate with its popular house, gardens, restaurant, farm shop and weekly farmers’ market, while a wealth of nearby sporting and recreational facilities includes the Shoreline Leisure Centre and Pool, a large park with soccer pitches and Bray Wheelers clubhouse all within walking distance.

The wider Bray area caters for a huge variety of sports including GAA, soccer, rugby, golf, sailing, cycling, athletics, swimming, tennis, bowls, badminton, bowling, and snooker. The Mermaid Theatre and the regenerated seafront are within easy reach.

Swanbrook is well-served by nearby supermarkets including the new (opened 2021) Supervalu anchored shopping centre just a short distance away on the Southern Cross Road, while Aldi, Lidl and Tesco are also all within easy reach

Bray DART station provided rapid access to Dublin city centre and mainline rail services along the East Coast, while easy motoring access to Dublin and beyond is assured by the N11 and M50 just a short drive away.

Local Dublin Bus/TFI services include the 145 to Dublin, the 145a to Dun Laoghaire, the 184 to Greystones and the 155 to IKEA in Ballymun via the city centre. The Southern Cross route is also serviced by a privately operated (Finnegans) bus route, while the Aircoach from the town’s main street provides a direct link to Dublin airport.


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Entrance hall (5.69 x 1.89m): with solid timber front door, laminate timber floor and carpeted stairs to the first floor

Living room (4.68 x 3.25m): overlooking front garden, with laminate timber floor, pole-mounted curtains, pull-down window blind, ceiling coving, connecting door from hall and feature fireplace with timber mantelpiece, marble hearth and surround and gas-fired coal-effect grate

Kitchen/dining room: large open-plan family living space spanning width of house and overlooking back garden, comprising:

Kitchen (5.01 x 2.55m): overlooking back garden, with connecting door from hall, tiled floor, ceiling-mounted spot lights, and fitted kitchen with floor and eye-level cabinets, extensive countertop space with tiled splashbacks, breakfast bar and integrated stainless steel sink and appliances

Dining room (4.01 x 2.9m): with laminate timber floor, ceiling coving and sliding glass door leading to adjoining utility room

Utility/storage room (2.6 x 2.31m): not included in floor area of main house, overlooking back garden, accommodating freezer and dryer, with tiled floor, corrugated plexiglass roof and glass door opening directly out on to garden patio

Guest bathroom (1.65 x 0.89m): off hall, with WC and WHB, tiled floor, floor-to-ceiling wall tiles


Landing (2.64 x 1.16m): with laminate timber floor, hot press off, attic access via pull-down ladder and window with opaque pane and blind overlooking side of property

Bedroom 1 (4.16 x 3.29m): main bedroom, overlooking back garden with scenic views including the Sugarloaf Mountain, with full-wall floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobe, laminate timber floor, pole-mounted curtains, pull-down blind and ensuite bathroom off

Ensuite bathroom (2.29 x 1.39m): directly off bedroom, with tiled floor, floor-to-ceiling wall tiling, contemporary style WC and WHB, fixed mirror door wall cabinet and walk-in shower with jet power-shower and separate hand shower

Bedroom 2 (3.93 x 2.94m): overlooking front garden, with laminate timber floor, pole-mounted curtains, pull-down blind and built-in floor-to-ceiling wardrobe

Bedroom 3 (3.02 x 2.32m + 1.38 x 0.97m): with box bay window overlooking front garden, carpet, free-standing wardrobe and built in window seat with storage underneath

Family bathroom (2.07 x 1.83m) with tiled floor, timber panelled ceiling, floor-to-ceiling wall tiling, and contemporary style WC, WHB and whirlpool bath


Front garden with:
• Hard-surface drive providing off-street parking for up to two cars
• Gravelled area with mature plants and shrubs

Back garden:
• Mainly set out as low-maintenance, cobble lock patio
• Gated side entrance providing exterior access between front and back gardens
• Side passage with corrugated plexiglass awning providing extensive (7.86 x 1.4m) enclosed storage area
• Timber fencing along side and rear boundaries
• Gravelled area


• Well-presented modern home
• Fitted kitchen accommodates full range of integrated appliances including gas hob, extractor fan, oven and microwave (both Baumatic), fridge-freezer (Zanussi), dishwasher (Hoover) and washing machine (Beko), all included in sale
• Permission in place to convert attic into additional living space
• Further add-on potential by extending to rear (subject to planning regulation)
• Brand new laminate timber floors in all ground floor rooms
• New carpets on stairs and landing
• Gas-fired central heating – boiler replaced within past two years ago (2020)
• Newly painted throughout in pale, neutral tones enhancing feeling of light and space
• Both bathrooms upgraded by current owners
• Quality floor and wall tiles in kitchen/dining room and bathrooms
• Curtains and/or pull-down blinds on all windows
• uPVC double glazed windows and exterior doors throughout
• Alarm (Phonewatch)
• TV connections
• WiFi


• Quiet cul-de-sac setting directly opposite amenity green
• Scenic views to rear of house, including Sugarloaf Mountain
• Sunny, west-facing rear aspect
• Large cobble lock patio to rear of house
• Extensive enclosed storage to side
• Off-street parking
• Low-maintenance gardens
• Side entrance with gate providing access between front and rear gardens


For accurate directions, simply enter the property’s Eircode into Google Maps on your smartphone: A98 FC03


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