Pushing Green agenda in Bishopstown

THE attached garage at 6, Bishopscourt Green, Bishopstown, would allow room for a larger, kitchen/diner in any makeover.

A four-bed semi, it has a prime location in the western suburbs of Cork city and is on the market at an upper level guide price of €490,000, through Timothy Sullivan and Associates.

In good condition, the house has a very private rear garden and plenty of parking, with some lawn to the front.

No 6 Bishopscourt Green offers more room than modern four-beds and while it will need modernisation, it’s mostly cosmetic.

It comes with a vanilla kitchen at the rear and to the front, there’s a sitting room, separate dining room and a lounge/TV room, which gives buyers the option of opening up some of the internal space, along with the garage.

Upstairs, there are three good double bedrooms, a single and a main bathroom.

Close to Cork University Hospital, Wilton Shopping Centre and schools, this is a good property for those looking to move to a high-amenity area.


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