With some luck you could get yourself this Shamrock

DOUGLAS properties are always in high demand and the sale of a detached house within walking distance of the village should draw good interest for auctioneer Terence O’Leary of O’Mahony Walsh and Associates.

Priced at €310,000, the agent is looking for offers in excess of this amount for this 1970’s house at number 2, Inchvale Avenue, Shamrock Lawn in Cork city.

Secluded behind high hedges and in a quiet enclave close to the national school, the house is certain to appeal to those trading-up from the surrounding area.

The house has cavity wall construction, not cavity block, making it a better bet in insulation terms and it comes with calor gas central heating, but could be converted to natural gas easily. Entrance is via a porch and this leads onto a spacious hallway with guest bathroom.

The sitting room is a good size at 20’ by 12’ and forms an L-shape with the dining room, of 14’ by 10’. A sliding door connects to the kitchen/ breakfast room of 20’ by 15’. It comes fully fitted with utility adjoining, and another bathroom with WC and WHB. Four bedrooms are on the upper floor with a main bathroom.

Access to the back garden is on two sides through gates for extra security, and there is parking for two cars.

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