“A proper family home with great panache and lots of potential for enhancement”
LOCATION: At the upper end of Hartlands Road, set back slightly from and just a short walk to The Lough, only a 15 minute stroll into town. This is a quiet, convenient and most pleasant setting.
DESCRIPTION: We believe this bay fronted property was built in 1924 at a time when solidity and accessibility to light were paramount considerations. There is a nice flow to this property which, unusually has been in the same family ownership, through 3 generations, since its construction. The house as is, is most comfortable and habitable and has the added benefit of endless opportunity to expand if required. Its south westerly orientation, its large windows and high ceiling heights allows light to permeate throughout. Obviously a considerable number of improvements have been carried out since its construction, and same will be evident on inspection. It has been carefully maintained, is in good decorative order and briefly comprises of the following accommodation:
Entrance Porch – With sliding patio doors.
Entrance Hallway – 17’ x 6’ Solid teak staircase with under stairs storage. Guest W.C. off, with large window on landing.
Sittingroom – 13’ x 15’6” Ornate marble Edwardian fire surround with red tile inset. Large bay front window.
Diningroom – 13’3” x 12’ Art deco style tiled fireplace surround.
Kitchen – 8’6” x 5’9” & 10’ x 5’Fitted units, plumbed for washing machine, timber ceiling in part.
Outside Utility/Store – New concrete build. 6’ x 9’ – 3 Phase Power.
Bedroom 1 – 11’ x 14’ Built in vanity & robes. Large window.
Bedroom 2 – 11’3” x 17’3”
Bedroom 3 – 6’6” x 8’6”
Bathroom – Electric shower, W.C., W.H.B., Fully tiled. Airing cupboard there-in.
OUTSIDE: To the front is a walled surround with ornate and original wrought iron rail thereon, with separate pedestrian and vehicular access points. Pebbled and concrete base applies, with off street parking thereon.
Pedestrian side access to large rear garden. The entire extends to about 1/8 of an acre and the rear section primarily has a pebble, concrete and tiled patio, base. Mature landscaping applies and the boundary surrounds are both solid and well maintained. The garden is for the greater part, private and enjoys lots of evening sun.
NOTE: While there is ample accommodation within, there are very few properties that allow the possibility with ease, to add an interesting wrap around addition, if required.
Garage: 11’ x 21’ approx. Solid Construct.
Heating: Gas fired central heating applies.
SERVICES: All mains services.
SOLICITOR: Don Crewe, Patrick Buckley & Co., Solicitors, 5/6 Washington Street West, Cork.
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