With wonderful wildlife on its doorstep and close proximity to the city centre, Westbourne Terrace has much to offer, writes Tommy Barker
A house that lingered unloved for years has finally reached its stunning potential, writes Tommy Barker. Pictures: John Finn.
You can be sitting pretty in this elevated St Luke’s Cross area period home, writes Tommy Barker.
Tommy Barker takes a short stroll from Cork city centre to visit an attractive, substantial home overlooking the Marina.
Houses of this type of grandeur and location are rare on the market in Limerick, writes Trish Dromey.
Trish Dromey views a cute and very affordable bungalow in Midleton.
It may not quite live up to its name — where are the greens? — but this home shines, says Tommy Barker.
It’s less than a year since No 2 St Joseph’s Place appeared on these pages, laid out back then in old bedsits, and then was guiding €225,000 when we advised it needed getting the builders in.
Tommy Barker visits a contemporary townhouse complete with basement in the heart of Ballincollig.
Tommy Barker says this home at Alta Terrace overlooking Monkstown’s marina oozes with period charm.
THERE aren’t too many places in Cork where a one-bed apartment is priced at €300,000 - but, a spot like Ardbrack Heights in Kinsale is one of a very few such exclusive settings.
Fear of flooding remains in Limerick’s King’s Island following last February’s disaster, says Mid-West Correspondent Jimmy Woulfe
Maryborough, Cork, €385,000
A Victorian property high above Cork harbour pushed out the boat when it was renovated.
Sq m: 130 (1,400 sq ft)
There seems to be a backlog built up of first-time buyers keen on quirky, well-located city homes in Cork. And, no 2 St Philomena’s comes into that busy sector as the answer to someone’s buying prayers.
There’s a lot more to this Cork suburban home than first impressions would suggest, Tommy Barker reports
MILLION-euro plus houses at Limeworth are now hovering back down at the half million mark, and that’s for the last new builds remaining.
This house near Bandon’s town centre is ideal for first time buyers, writes Rose Martin
Know the way some houses unexpectedly grow on you?
THERE’S a lot to be said for living in the city — walk everywhere, no need for a car and everything to hand — from shows, to plays to pubs to night life.
IF you can believe them, house price surveys and market commentators say price drops are close to bottoming out on older houses, in long-established and popular city residential locations.
BOOKS come out the door to meet you at No2 Carrigfern — literally. Even the side entrance porch here is shelved for book storage, and every room is similarly laden, with volumes tightly racked in serried ranks, shoulder to shoulder, spine to spine.
ALTHOUGH over 100 years old, the terraced cottage at Kinsale’s No 2, Ferryview, is more like a modern apartment: think sleek quality materials and finishes, and a modest amount of space.
SOME 1,500 square feet of space is on offer at No 2 The Drive, Broadale, for a price in the region of €395,000.
MINUTES from Cork city centre, Rosehill is a tidy, infill estate off the Old Blackrock road and almost directly across from the South Infirmary.
CORK harbour has been linked with the 1722-founded Royal Cork Yacht Club since, well, 1722, though the club’s name and even its location has changed a bit down the centuries.
BUILT in the 1850s, the big semi-detached home at 2 Gordon Villas is in surprisingly good health inside and out, thanks to improvements by its relocating owners.
WITH the coming launch of townhouses, duplexes and apartments at the old Rochelle school site in Cork, expect there to be lots of “property market vibe” about the benefits of the Old Blackrock Road as a location.
THE steep town of Cobh has a wealth of period properties and a semi-detached, three-storey at number 2, Upper Park, is the latest Victorian creation to come on the market in the town.
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