Knocking down and replacing isn’t anything at all new in Ireland’s house market, and especially so in rising and buoyant markets (current tail-end 2018 economic jitters notwithstanding,) all the more so again in strong, ‘bullet-proof’ locations.
Sat, 08 Dec, 2018
It’s not very often that you get a home of this size and quality near Douglas, and mere minutes from Cork city centre.admires the perfectly up-to-date Lisheen, a fine large home sitting pretty on over 0.6 of an acre in leafy Woodview
Sat, 06 May, 2017
A sympathetic renovation job has been done to No 73, Ardmahon Estate, just off Cork’s Well Road in the midst of Ballinlough and Douglas suburban hinterland, and now — unless new owners might choose to extend — it’s for sale now as a clean, walk-in job.
Sat, 17 Dec, 2016
There’s practically a new home feel to the interior of 3 Douglas Hall Mews, despite the fact it’s coming up on 30 years of age: it’s because its owners did it all up from top to toe, when they moved in just five years ago.
Sat, 12 Dec, 2015
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 builders are coming to Cork’s Skehard Road, following on the €850,000 auction sale last week of a house on 1.25 acres there, and with a dozen or two dozen new homes now expected to replace that old five-bed dwelling and its garden.
Sat, 18 Oct, 2014