Trading Up: Four bedroom in Timoleague, West Cork €475,000

Trading Up: Four bedroom in Timoleague, West Cork €475,000

  • Price:€475,000
  • Size: 261 sq m (2,800 sq ft)
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • BER: C2

There's a fine amount of space, and lots of bathrooms to boot, at this 2,800 sq ft modern four-bed dormer West Cork coastal district home, just above the main Timoleague to Courtmacsherry road and old railway walking route, less than an hour’s commute from Cork city and airport.

Listed earlier this summer with Ernest Forde of Hodnett Forde auctioneers in Clonakilty, it carries a guide price of €475,000, and is on an acre, elevated, a few hundreds yard up a quiet back road, and within a walk of picturesque Timoleague.

It faces west on its site (and currently over the western boundary is the site of a commercial business, so new owners might want to plant up the well-defined perimeter a bit more?) and has a large detached garage, part-covered garden/BBQ entertainment space, plus big sweep of block-paved drive and parking.

Internally, it has one of its four bedrooms at ground level, en suite, as well as having a ground floor guest WC, further separate bathroom, utility, and lots of storage.

Above, two of the other three dormer bedrooms are also en suite, two have walk-in robes, and in addition there’s a main bathroom, plus eaves storage. There are two reception rooms, with bay windows, plus a large, L-shaped kitchen/diner with contemporary, pale stone- topped units and island.

VERDICT:

A good deal of well-finished property, on an acre, with just some boundary planting to further enhance and define.

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