Overall Floor Area: 148.64m 2
‘Edge of Inner City’
LOCATION: Prominently positioned at lower Barrack Street adjacent to the junction with Evergreen Street and Frenches Quay. It is but a short walk, to Patrick Street. The on-going redevelopment and pending resurgence of this area, augurs well for number 135/136.
DESCRIPTION: This solidly constructed two storey (plus under roof level) terraced property, has been well maintained and benefits from a considerable number of improvements and additions, which have been carried out in more recent years. These include the replacement of the roof, windows and the installation of a rear extension and central heating. The property has a strong on streetTMpresence with an approximate street frontage of 24 ft. Historically this comprised of two separate properties, thus the two off street entrance ways. There is also a most useful and separate side access to a small service rear yard, area.
It most briefly comprises of the following accommodation:
Shop/Office 10′ x 20’9
Store Room 15’6 x 14
Boiler House/Store 16’6 x 8’3 Door to rear yard.
Inner Hallway/Lobby 8’6 x 9’6
Front Room 11′ x 9’3 On street access.
Guest w.c., w.h.b.
Kitchen 11’9 x 8′
Bedroom 1 7′ x 9’9
Bedroom 2 9′ x 11’9
Under Roof 23′ x 18’6 Level Large Room, 2 Velux Windows.
OUTSIDE: This on street property enjoys a shared side access way to its small rear yard, with a concrete base thereon.
SERVICES: All main services at hand.
HEATING: Oil Fired Central Heating
TITLE: 484 year lease from 1861.
RATES: 1,391 per annum.
NOTE: This interesting property has a myriad of possibilities with its historic and mixed, past usage.
SOLICITOR: Ms Catherine Kirwan, Finbarr Murphy & Co., Solicitors, Lee White House, 8 Washington Street, Cork.