With a sunroom, a C3 energy rating, and a price drop in the order of €30,000, No 6 Montenotte Grove sounds like an healthy option for anyone looking for a fine family home, in a settled suburb on the up and up - with the Montenotte Hotel now a standard bearer.
There's been a steady through-put of house sales in Ballinlough’s network comprising Pic du Jer Park, Close and Drive: about 25 at least, according to the Price Register, and they’ve been steadily climbing over time up to, and over, the €300k price mark for the better presented examples of this semi-detached house style staple.
Coming to market, hot on the heels of a house right alongside on Cork's charming Ardfoyle Crescent in Ballintemple is a three-bed semi-d called Glenmore, and while dated, it's a charmer too, in its own right.
Last year, and right through 2019 also, Cork’s Model Farm Road has been and will continue to be quite the busy-bee spot of new house building, assertive pricing and selling, mostly geared at those with a good mid- to upper price level spending discretion.
The name of this pleasant-looking, compact three-bed cottage on Cork’s Rossa Avenue may be ominous: it’s called Wayside, and that’s exactly what it may fall by, the wayside, as its site, so close to the third level campus of CIT is just covetable and, indeed valuable.
The €4.25m Argos investment, in Cork City centre, facing the Capitol cinema redevelopment site, has been bought by neighbouring developers, Clarendon Properties, with a view to future redevelopment of their Queens Old Castle holding, on the Grand Parade.