TRADING UP: Pembroke Woods, Passage West €290,000

Not only is there a lot of house on offer for a sub-€300k sum at the four-bedroomed 38 The Brambles, but the 1,500 sq ft family home is in mint order too, as well as having a pristine back garden, with hilly countryside vista with cattle grazing, just over the back boundary .

Size: 141 sq m (1,523sq ft)

Bathrooms: 3

Bedrooms: 4

BER: C2

Set in the nicely maturing Pembroke Woods development on the Cork side of harbour town Passage West, 38 The Brambles carries a price guide of €290,000 with its selling agent Florence Gabriel of Sherry FitzGerald who says it’s willing and able to take up immediate duty for a new family of occupants.

And, with three reception rooms, and four bedrooms with one en suite, it could be a family home for years and years to come, without any extra spending needed.

Rooms include an interlinked living room and rear dining room (and the dining room has further access to the kitchen) plus a family room to the far side. The kitchen has cream units, a tiled floor and there’s access to the side garden via the adjacent utility with guest WC

Externally the wide back garden has a patio, pristine lawn and a large, double-depth storage/garden shed, painted and which has a railed seating area in front of it.

VERDICT: House proud vendors ready to hand it over.


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