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Smart spaces and five bedrooms a short walk from Foxrock village for €1.5 million

Only two houses remain at Brighton Wood.

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WHEN HOUSE HUNTERS hear about the launch of a new development in a smart area such as Foxrock, their ears inevitably prick up.

And Brighton Wood is no exception. It is a collection of three, four and five-bed homes, just walking distance from Foxrock village – but only two of the largest, The Elder, are available.

One look inside and it’s clear that their interiors match the smart address, too. 

The Elder is on the market for €1,500,000.

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Inside, light and fresh finishes contribute to the abundance of space and flow throughout these homes.

The ground floor comprises of a roomy entrance hall that veers off to two large living rooms, one at the front and one to the rear. Across the hallway, double doors lead to the open plan kitchen and dining area.

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As you might expect, the kitchen is finished to the nth degree. A SieMatic complete with corian worktops ensures a hardworking space that’s long-lasting. Miele appliances up the ante, too.

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While plenty of lighting fixtures zone the open plan spaces perfectly, the formal living room isn’t left out. Benefiting from plenty of natural light and access to the outdoors, the space is circled by recessed lights to keep things cosy on darker days.

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In terms of location, Foxrock village is just a walk away. The schools of Co Dublin’s south side, from primary to college level are all easy commutes.

Amenity and leisure-wise, Westwood Sports & Leisure Centre, Foxrock Golf Club. and the shopping centres of Cornelscourt and Blackrock are just short drives away. The M50 and Dart are both easily accessible, too.

The Elder, Brighton Wood, Foxrock, Dublin 18 is on the market for €1,500,000 through David Rhatigan Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie.

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