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Perched on the golden sands of Tyrella beach, the setting of this lovely home will take your breath away. Stephanie Bell reports...

With miles of golden sandy beaches and sitting in the shadow of the Mourne Mountains, Tyrella has to be one of our most spectacular stretches of shoreline.

This charming home enjoys a unique position right on the coast just as few feet away from the beach.

Known as The Watch House, the uninterrupted views are breath taking across the water to the Mournes and St John's Point.

Perfect peace surrounded by natural beauty can be enjoyed here.

The house itself requires some updating but is a substantial and very quaint home with five bedrooms and spacious living accommodation.

Although surrounded by lawned gardens, the beach is just a few steps away and the perfect playground for all the family.

On the ground floor there is an entrance porch, a cloakroom with WC, a breakfast room, kitchen and living room while upstairs there are five bedrooms and the family bathroom.

The breakfast room is cosy with an Aga range cooker and offers enough space for lounging and dining.

The kitchen is dated but is a good size and easily accommodates a dining table.

The living room is a charming space with windows looking out on all sides bringing the stunning outdoors in.

French doors open to the back looking out over the sea. There is an original brick fireplace to snuggle in front off during the winter nights.

The bedrooms are all a good size and again offer views which will make your heart sing in the mornings.

The family bathroom is also sizeable and again could do with some updating. It has a white suite with a panelled bath and an electric shower over it.

Outside is where you will want to spend as much time as possible and you can opt to relax in your own garden or enjoy long walks along the neighbouring beach. There is an attached outbuilding and store for all your beach equipment.

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