Semi near city with parking

A BRISK seven-minute walk to Cork city and with valuable off-street parking, this semi-detached, 1930s house at 21 O’Connell Avenue, Turner’s Cross, is a new market entrant with Johnny O’Flynn of Sherry FitzGerald. It has a price guide of €220,000.

In good condition, the two-bed has been extended at the rear and comes with a large, kitchen/diner with solid wooden floor and big Velux windows overhead.

The main living room is also a good size at 15’ by 12’ and the master bedroom is the same, with a second, small double on the upper floor along with a bathroom.

No 21 has a neat back garden and patio.


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