Family home ticks all the right boxes

There are lots of buyers’ boxes ticked at No 17, Clonmore, at Mallow’s Ballyviniter, close to services, shops and the local cinema.

The recently-built detached family home has 1,400 sq ft of space, and given that this yields only three bedrooms, you can take it that it’s fairly airy inside.

It is also crisply decorated and finished, and it’s on a good corner site. Selling agent is local man Peter Barry, who seeks offers around €227,000 for No 17 in the scheme with a good mix of house types and sizes, designed by Dennehy and Dennehy architects.

At ground level, there’s a hall, living room with double aspect, including bay window, gas inset fireplace and wood floor, and office/dining room with tiled floor, plus a kitchen with rich-hued cherry units, and this room also has a double aspect for extra brightness.

There’s also a utility, and a guest WC. Upstairs, two of the three bedrooms have an en suite with shower, and there’s a bath in the main family bathroom. Heating is via gas.

There are also front, side and back gardens.

VERDICT: Easy on the eye, and easy to get to both from Mallow and from Cork city.


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