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Wexford home with a view

Located in an area of rich heritage and history and only a few minutes from a beautiful beach, this Co. Wexford property has breath-taking views across the Hook peninsula, Baginbun Head and the Saltee Islands.

This coastal property -Long Gap, Bannow – offers the buyer a unique opportunity to capture a magical part of Co. Wexford.

The location of this bright and spacious home, on c. 0.75 acres, also offers views of scenic Bannow Bay, stretching from the spectacular Hook peninsula to famous Kilmore Quay.

These views are offered throughout the property, including sitting room, sun lounge and bedrooms, with large windows utilised to maximise light.

The elevated deck area of the detached garage must be one of the finest spots in the south-east to enjoy sunset over Hook Head.

Quality fittings throughout complete this well-presented home, which has a Hallmark Stone exterior finish.

Enjoying a private location it is only minutes from the amenities of the villages of Carrig-on-Bannow and bustling Wellington Bridge.

The house is just a 30 minute drive from Wexford town and 40 minutes from Waterford city and airport via the car ferry at Ballyhack.

It is an hour’s drive to Rosslare Europort with connections to Britain and France. Long Gap would make a stunning family home or dream vacation property.

To view this property, on the market at €395,000, contact Brian Wallace Estate Agents, Wellington Bridge, Wexford. Tel: 00 353 51 560958.

Features:

•Beautiful home in stunning location

•Breath-taking expansive sea views

•Solid wood floor throughout

•Detached garage with loft and deck area

•Exterior finished in Hallmark Stone

•Cobble lock driveway finished herringbone style

•Mature gardens

•Very private location

•Minutes from excellent amenities

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