‘Exceptionally high’ interest in this four-bed ideal for young couple

A four-bed detached is attracting young couples, writes Trish Dromey

Tower, Blarney Cork - €249,950

Size: 111 sq m (1,200 sq ft)

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2


NO FEWER than five open viewings were scheduled for this four-bed detached property at 18 Primrose Hill in Tower.

“Properties in this development always attract an exceptionally high level of interest. At the first open viewing we showed it to 17 young couples.’’ says auctioneer Humphrey Hogan, who was expecting an equally high turnout at viewings this week.

The attractions of the property includes its location, 3km from Blarney and within easy reach of the city centre, and the fact it’s detached, owner occupied and very well looked after.

“The current owners have had it for around three years — they replaced the flooring, redecorated, updated the bathrooms and put down a new patio,’’ says Mr Hogan pointing out that it’s a very modern home which has been significantly upgraded since it was built in the 1980s.

Offering 1,200sq ft of living space, it has an open plan kitchen-dining-living room.

This includes a kitchen with country- style cream units as well as a timber-floored living room with a fireplace and a stove.

Other accommodation at ground level includes a utility room, a bathroom and two bedrooms — one single and one double.

Upstairs there is a bathroom and two double bedrooms.

Fitted with oil fired heating the property has a C2 energy rating.

Situated on a corner site, No 18 has a lawned area enclosed by hedging and parking at the front as well as private south facing garden with a raised patio at the rear.

Mr Hogan says the €249,950 guide price and the convenient location are proving very is very attractive to first time buyers Verdict seen as quite likely to exceed its asking price


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