A CLEAN bill of health comes with 3 Maryville Mews. This Ballintemple, Cork city semi-d has been a doctor’s surgery for years, but now is switched back to private residential use.
Right in the heart of Ballintemple village, it has Páirc Uí Chaoimh, the Atlantic Pond and the Marina just down the way, while the immediate hinterland has shops, bars, post office, pharmacy and bank all to hand.
No 3 will be familiar to hundreds of people, as they’d have passed through it as a waiting room and surgery. Now, with a medical move to a purpose-built HSE Primary Care Centre in Blackrock/Mahon, where nine GPs have assembled, it’s up for sale.
Refurbished for its return to residential usage, with new carpets, kitchen and appliances, this mews carries a €225,000 asking price with agent Brian Olden of Cohalan Downing, who stresses the quality of the location, on a bus route but also within a healthy walk of the city centre and Blackrock village.
There’s a front 12’ by 11’ sitting room with fireplace, rear kitchen, guest WC, and three overhead bedrooms (two with built-ins) plus family bathroom.
There’s oil heating, off-street parking and an east facing enclosed back garden.
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