Handy location for city commuters

A SMALL area by normal standards, Turner’s Cross, is midway between the inner city and the outer suburbs of Cork city, which makes it a very handy location for commuters.

As a long-standing neighbourhood, properties here are always in demand by those who’ve grown up in the area and want to return, but it’s always a good bet for investors, says Terence O’Leary of Property Partners O’Mahony Walsh.

A substantial family home, ‘Genazzano’ is at No 6, Green Lawn on the Curragh Road, a mature residential estate built in the 1960s and as a result, a lot bigger in size than newer house types, plus, it has a large, sun room addition.

‘Genazzano’ is guided at offers in the region of €365,000 and comes with an attached garage which is floored and ready for conversion.

The main entrance has a porch and this leads to a spacious hallway with original oak parquet flooring. The front room is 4.19m by 3.64m metres and to the rear is the sitting room of 3.73m by 4.1m. The kitchen/diner is fully fitted and leads onto a guest bathroom and utility room. There is also a garage and the big, back garden. There are three main bedrooms, of which the master is fully fitted, separate WC and bathroom.

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