Starter Homes: Three bedroom in Little Island, Co Cork €225,000

Starter Homes: Three bedroom in Little Island, Co Cork €225,000

  • Price: €225,000
  • Size: 85 sq m (921 sq ft)
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • BER: C3

With its €225,000 guide price, this three bed semi at 38 Castlewood in Cork’s Little Island could make an affordable option for a young couple.

Overlooking a green in a cul de sac, it’s for sale with Sherry FitzGerald who say it’s in good condition and is well located within walking distance of amenities including the train station.

Built in 2004 it has a sitting room, a kitchen diner and a guest WC as well as a bathroom and three bedrooms, one en suite.

VERDICT:

Affordable well kept semi within a five minute drive from the Lee Tunnel.

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