In Bandon for first-timer

WITH an asking price of €249,000, this attractive, stone-faced property, number four, The Ramparts, in Bandon, could appeal to a first-time buyer. Part of a development of 12 houses built around a courtyard in the late 1990s, it’s a three-bed end-of-terrace house with 1,000 Esq ft of living space.

Selling agents, ERA Murray, say it’s well-maintained and in excellent condition. Downstairs, there’s a carpeted living room with a bay window and a cast-iron fireplace, a utility room and a kitchen/dining room.

Upstairs, there’s three timber-floored bedrooms, including one with an en-suite shower room.

The house has PVC double-glazed windows and electric heating.


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