Vico, The Victorian Villa, The Court Killiney Bay, Killiney, County DublinSALE AGREED
Vico at the Villa is a stunning top floor spacious 3 bedroom apartment spread over two floors that oozes Victorian charm. The apartment is of superior quality in a spectacular location with stunning views over Killiney Bay.
Combined with 21st-century design The Court Killiney Bay Apartments are designed around the historic Victorian villa built in 1865 by Sir Thomas Deane, the renowned architect also responsible for the College of Surgeons and The Museum Building in Trinity College Dublin. The chateau-style villa has newly landscaped gardens that are based on the original Victorian design, while many of the trees planted in that era are now in their mature glory.
The Vico is a spacious top floor apartment over two floors spread over approx 282 sq m (3,035 sq ft) with high ceilings and Victorian features throughout the apartment. The accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hall with marble staircase, large hallway with separate utility room, kitchen with natural stone floor tiling and sea views of Bray Head, large living/dining room with gas fireplace and sea views over Killiney Bay, master bedroom with en-suite, bedroom 2 (double bedroom) and family bathroom. On the second floor, there is a bathroom with shower, office, sitting room, double bedroom and large storage room. Concierge / security building at the front entrance, provides additional security. The apartment is also fitted with an Audiovisual intercom.
Every detail designed to enhance the way you live. The finest materials and fittings. Solid timber frame units, stone flooring and flexible lighting. In the living room, the internal centrepiece is an elegant fireplace housing a practical gas fire but the real star will always be the spectacular panoramic view over Killiney bay. The automated sound controls give you maximum flexibility to change the mood of the room, while the stunning view will lead the way on atmosphere.
From the elegant comfort of your home, you can gaze on the broad expanse of sea and sky sweeping across the horizon, soothing the eye and renewing the spirit. For the more prosaic needs of life, the thriving village of Dalkey, home to a variety of gourmet restaurants as well as every practical shop you could need, is just down the road. A little further on, Dun Laoghaire adds full-scale shopping centres, a multiplex cinema and the promenade and pier. Leisure activities range from the easy stroll along the beach or a round of golf in the Killiney Golf Club, to paragliding off Killiney Hill or scuba diving in the Bay. For city life, the centre of Dublin is just twelve miles away – and with a DART station at a stone’s throw, you won’t need to take the car. Despite its tranquillity, Killiney is well-served by transport links, with the rail line running along the coast. The renovated N11 opens to the South East a few minutes away, while the city centre is just twelve miles in the other direction.