Moving on: Make inner suburban move

IT has a high private screen of mature hedgerow and Annesgrove, at 33 Glasheen Road and Hartland’s Avenue near UCC in Cork is a fine ‘moving inwards’ prospect.

A classic, three-bed semi with a great south-facing garden, it will need a bit of renovation, but has character in spades, including some fine fireplaces and high ceilings with picture rails.

The property is on the market with TJ Cronin of Irish and European who says it’s a charming house with spacious grounds and off-street secure parking to the rear.

Accommodation includes a sitting room, dining room, galley kitchen with pantry, three bedrooms and a main bathroom.

VERDICT: Annesgrove is very attractive and its gardens are going to be a strong draw.


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