Starter Home: Ballycotton, Co Cork €205,000

Spruced up with a fresh coat of sunshine yellow paint, this four-bed end of terrace house in the seaside village of Ballycotton offers spacious accommodation and scenic bay and lighthouse views.

Built in 1955, No 9 O’Brien’s Terrace was extended in 2003 and renovated by current owners. 

Selling agents Hegarty Properties say it has 1,430sq ft of space and is in “walk in condition”. 

Accommodation includes a sitting room, a kitchen dining with cream units, a TV room, a bathroom and a shower room as as well as four bedrooms. 

Located just off the main street it’s within a short walk from village amenities and the pier.

VERDICT: Spacious seaside starter


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