Delightful on Dingle peninsula

KEEP it simple is good advice when it comes to house design — perfectly illustrated by this dormer bungalow at Burnham, Dingle. Built at the tail end of the 90s, this house has no frills and will stand the test of time.

With a porch entrance, simply executed by extending the roof downward, it has symmetry, with just a touch of stone.

Located on the Ventry road and on the approach to Coláiste Íde out the Dingle peninsula, the property is on the market at €335,000 through Anthony FitzGerald of FitzGerald and Associates.

And for all it’s modesty, it still has over 2,100 square feet on offer, with a first floor sitting room designed to take in the superb views over Dingle Harbour.

Downstairs, there’s a large kitchen/diner in country pine, with access through double doors outside and separate utility.

The second living room is also located here, as well as a study/ office and two bedrooms, one of which is en suite.

And upstairs, along with a living room, are two bedrooms, a shower room and hot press.

The property stands on a mature, leafy site of over a third of an acre with great views over the town and the harbour.

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