Carrigtwohill property offers chance to open new chapter of memories

Carrigtwohill property offers chance to open new chapter of memories

The address is almost like something from an Enid Blyton fairytale - and 1 Bramble Lane, Castle Lake, Carrigtwohill, Co Cork, could be a key part of childhood memories for some family.

A smaller child might attend the very popular crèche at the entrance to this Carrigtwohill estate; and older siblings might join the local primary school and mum or dad might walk to work in the local IDA business and technology park or catch the train to Cork city or Cobh. Weekends could certainly involve a short hop to brunch at Ballyseedy and Meadows & Byrne in Fota Retail Park - seriously delish!

Anyway, back home you could burn off the calories with a stroll around the man-made Castle Lake or with a kick-around on the green at the end of the cul-de-sac. As typical for a young estate - this was built in 2006 - there are plenty families and young children here.

No. 1 is a semi-detached house with four bedrooms. The kitchen has traditional-style floor and eye level units as well as a handy island unit.

Upstairs is the main bathroom and the main bedroom is en-suite. There’s a Stira to the floored attic.

This home, which is on the market with CCM Property Network, is currently under offer.

Carrigtwohill, Co Cork Price: €295,000

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

BER: C1

Size: 122sq m (1,313 sq ft)

Verdict: could be the setting for a fun chapter.

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