The owners of a family business once rooted in Cork’s historic financial heart — until the property and housing boom pushed them to the suburbs — have all but returned to their spiritual home, opening the way for a tenant to take over their lease in Bessboro.
Thu, 30 Jan, 2020
APPROPRIATELY, there’s a view still to be had down from the wooded grounds of 2, Carrs Hill, to the exquisite spire and grounds of St Luke’s Church in Cork’s Douglas — the in-spired view is relevant, because this house was for most of its life the rectory that housed the various clergy and their families.
Sat, 23 May, 2015
THE challenging market conditions currently evident in all aspects of the property market here are likely to continue for sometime, unless “something dramatic happens with the banks to improve liquidity,” according to the head of the property company, Savills Hamilton Osborne King.
Wed, 09 Jul, 2008
THINK the convenience of a country setting close to Cork city and its bright new airport and business park, think detached status, think a bit of garden space, and think in the region of €500/550,000 plus for a couple of summer 2006 options, each on a half acre plot.
Sat, 08 Jul, 2006