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A surprisingly spacious bungalow in Bray is for sale

In all its ivy-covered glory.

THIS FOUR-BEDROOM detached bungalow in Bray, Co Wicklow is set on half an acre of land adjacent to the Dargle river.

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Dargle Lodge, Upper Dargle Road, Bray, Co Wicklow is for sale by auction with a starting price of €800,000 with Knight Frank via Daft.ie.

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The house is a well-proportioned period house that, while modernised, has retained many period features such as ceiling roses and marble fireplaces.

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The house has a study and a library to the front of the residence and a double-height extension to the back which comprises the kitchen/dining room/living room.

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The extension has a French limestone fireplace in the living room section while the kitchen has black marble worktops and a centre island unit, an Aga and seven sets of French doors to access the garden.

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The master bedroom has three sets of French doors leading to a decking area overlooking the nearby mountain stream. It also has an en-suite with marble tile and worktops.

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The main bathroom has a raised pedestal bath, marble tile and a double-height ceiling.

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The gardens have separate lawns, herbaceous borders, river frontage and a decking area.

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Dargle Lodge, Upper Dargle Road, Bray, Co Wicklow is for sale with Knight Frank via Daft.ie

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