Take first step in ‘Upper’ market

VERY much priced to sell is the Bride View Home-built detached family home 15 Glencairn Upper, Glanmire, Co Cork. It is now down to €299,000 with newly appointed selling agents Thomas J O’Driscoll.

The address, with a variety of house types, is one of Glanmire’s more popular locations, and in the past decade many of the owners here have upgraded and extended.

The vendors of No 15 have built and finished a new, contemporary home in the area. Now, with the move completed, they have slashed the asking price on their old home No 15 Glencairn Upper from the initial 2008 figure of €380,000 to €299,000 to prompt a sale.

It’s in a great location, overlooking a green and has a very practical yet individual ground floor layout.

It has a strong decorative flair, a wide hall and a feature stairwell, and has a kitchen with simple maple units and access from the dining area to a bright, south-west facing rear patio and level back garden.

One of its three bedrooms is at ground level, where there’s also a guest WC, and overhead are two bedrooms, one with en suite, and a main bathroom.

There’s 1,200sq ft of detached, stylish space on offer in this well-kept and easy to keep adaptable home.


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