Overall Floor Area: 59.46m 2
‘A Bijou Home, and indeed it is, small and elegant’
LOCATION: Virtually in the shadow of the historic Butter Exchange in the heart of old Shandon. This area is undergoing rejuvenation on an ongoing basis and its historic significance is being realised. It lies off a short interconnecting and quiet lane-way, and is but a ten minute amble, down to the city centre.
DESCRIPTION: This west facing on lane terraced and two storey home, may in the mists of time, have been an original coach house. It is built on and of rock, and has been re-designed internally, a considerable number of years ago to suits its usage as a comfortable and compact home. Despite its BER rating it is a cosy and comfortable property. It is most suitable for singular or couple occupancy. The property is well maintained and has been tastefully decorated with some quirky and pleasant features.
It most briefly comprises of the following accommodation:
Entrance Hallway Timber Floor.
Livingroom/Dining room ” (Open Plan).
12′ x 7’3 Open Fireplace, under stairs storage.
12′ x 7’3 French doors to enclosed courtyard.
Galley Kitchen 11’9 x 4′ Bespoke fitted units, tiled floor.
Landing Access to attic, airing cupboard off.
Bedroom 1 11’6 x 10’9 Vaulted style and timber panelled ceiling.
Bathroom Bath, Shower, w.c., w.h.b., tiled floor.
OUTSIDE: Enclosed and small yard to rear (Sun-trap).
HEATING: Gas fired central heating.
SERVICES: All main services at hand.
TITLE: Marketable title applies.
SOLICITOR: Ms Claire Coleman, Noonan Linehan Carroll Coffey, 54 North Main Street, Cork.