Overall Floor Area: 241.5m 2
“A period home of character in the heart of Montenotte”
LOCATION: In the heart of Montenotte, one mile above the city centre in a highly regarded and historical suburb. It is but a brisk walk down to St. Lukes and about 15 minutes, down into town.
DESCRIPTION: This substantial 2 storey (plus under roof level) period family home with its elevated and south facing orientation, enjoys panoramic vistas over the city and beyond. There are numerous and original architectural features from the period of its construction, which have been retained, same will be evident on inspection. It is truly a light filled home and a number of improvements have been carried out in more recent times. Whilst the house is suitable for immediate occupancy it also allows for the possibility of a discerning purchaser, placing their own mark and style, therein. With spacious accommodation throughout, this atmospheric property is an ideal family home.
GROUND FLOOR ” Arched Entrance way with fanlight.
Hallway: 24 x 5’9 Interior arch with petal glass panelling. Understairs storage off. Solid timber floor. Return hallway.
Kitchen: 17′ x 14’3 Ceramic tiled floor, original shuttered panelling on large window. Bespoke fitted units. 3 oven aga.
Study: 12’9 x 12′ Wall to wall bookshelving, fitted stove.
Large Room: 19′ x 13′ Tiled floor, part utility, French doors to enclose patio. 2 Small sheds off. Side door to outside.
First Floor Return
Landing 9’9 x 6′ Side entrance doorway.
Bathroom Tiled, Bath, w.c., w.h.b., shower.
Bedroom 1 9′ x 11’9
Lounge 14’3 x 23’TM2 South facing windows.
Walk-in airing cupboard.
Bedroom 2 12’9 x 9’6 (En-suite)
Bedroom 3 19’9 x 8’3 Large Bay window, storage.
Bedroom 4 15′ x 7’Bay Window
OUTSIDE: The rear of the property backs onto the Middle Glanmire Road, with gated pedestrian and side access. There is a lower and enclosed courtyard to the rear of the property with a paved based and sheds off. To the front lies a large patio area with a long and walled garden which borders the Montenotte Road. The garden has a gentle gradient thereon.
PARKING: There is presently, but off street parking. At the lower end of the garden there is an opportunity to create a car port/bay as has already been established, by some of the adjoining properties.
HEATING: Gas Fired Central Heating.
SOLICITOR: Philip Coffey, Noonan Linehan, Carroll, Coffey, 54 North Main Street, Cork.