Cork property in Lehenaghmore offers growing room for family

Cork property in Lehenaghmore offers growing room for family

Lehenaghmore, Cork: €375,000

  • Size: 136 sq m (1,463 sq ft)
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • BER: C2

Boasting four bedrooms and 1,460sq ft of living space, No 17 South Avenue in Lehenaghmore offers plenty of growing room for a family.

A modern detached property built in 2003, it’s located in a mixed development at Matthew Hill, is around three-and-a-half kilometres or a 10-minute drive from Wilton Shopping Centre. “This is a bright and spacious home which is presented in good condition and has beautifully planted gardens with railway sleeper borders and an Indian sandstone patio,” says Sherry FitzGerald’s Johnny O’Flynn quoting a guide of €375,000.

Accommodation in the well-kept property includes an oak-floored sitting room which has a fireplace with a stove as well as a kitchen-diner with oak Shaker-style units with granite counter tops and a breakfast island. Bifolding doors in the dining area open in to a modern sunroom at the rear which has been fitted with a corner stove. Off the hallway at the front there is a guest WC as well as a small shelved study.

The first floor has a bathroom and four bedrooms. The largest has an en suite and the smallest has been turned in to a walk-in closet. Outside the front of the house is a lawn and parking from thee cars and at the rear is a lawned playing space and a patio.

Situated approximately five kilometres from the city centre, South Avenue is on the 203 bus route.VERDICT: Perfect for a buyer who wants more space than this type of money would buy nearer the city.

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