“A period end of terrace, restoration project”
(Cash Buyer Sought).
LOCATION: Within walking distance and east of town in a mature residential area, above the Lower Glanmire Road, looking over the Lee.
DIRECTIONS: From the city centre, pass the railway station,take the first turn left after the bridge, about 1 mile east of the city centre.
DESCRIPTION: This three storey end of terrace family home was constructed in a time when consideration was given to maximising the benefits of elegant proportions and usage of natural light. The views from all of the front rooms are a delight. Features include the large south facing windows, original coving, original fielded and panelled front door. The house has benefited from on-going improvements in recent years, to include:
The writer is most familiar with this terrace which for the far greater part , is the domicile of owner occupiers. It is rare enough that private houses come for sale on this terrace.
It most briefly comprises of the following accommodation:
Entrance Hallway: With arched fan-light and internal arched feature in the hallway.
Sitting Room: 10’6” x 14’0” Open fireplace with tiled surround, large picture window.
Kitchen: 13’6” x 8’9” Recessed shelving, open fireplace, plumbed, partly fitted.
Landing: With guest shower and w.c. & w.h.b. off.
Bedroom 1: 15’0” x 14’9” 2 large picture windows.
Bathroom: Large oval bath, w.c., w.h.b., (originally a bedroom).
Bedroom 2: 15’ x 14’6 2 large picture windows
Bedroom 3: 12’9” x 8’6” with airing cupboard therein.
Parking: There are two communal and designated parking areas to the start of the terrace. As the property lies at the end of a cul de sac temporary, front of house parking, may be the order of the day.
Outside: Short stepped access way to a front ‘patio’ garden, with original and ornate wrought iron surround. Yard to rear with high walled surround.
Note (1): This is a listed property and as such it should be eligible for restorative, grant assistance restoration.
Note (2): The property has been surveyed and will need further investment to bring it up to today’s standards. The writer has been formally advised of the works required. Intending purchasers will get their own professional guidance. Monies invested will obviously add value, and return this property to the levels of comfort and grandeur of its origin.
HEATING: Electric Storage heating.
SERVICES: All main services at hand.
SOLICITOR: Mr Colm Houlihan, 4 Tuckey Street, Cork.
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