The extended semi-detached home with self-contained granny flat is in a mature residential estate just off the Curraheen and Waterfall Roads, with the new final section of the Ballincollig by-pass due to open nearby within months.
Not only will it put the area on the arterial super-highway, it will also help to massively relieve the traffic volumes which have clogged Bishopstown’s roads.
Robin Tunbull of Property Partners O’Mahony Walsh guides the owner-occupied 38 Halldene at €360,000, and says the house has had a good garage conversion which gives it a fourth bedroom option, or further play room for families, or even leaves a door open for a rent-a-room income for any new owner.
The upgraded home, in a cul-de-sac setting, has two bathrooms and a main kitchen/dining room with second kitchenette serving the granny flat, there’s a hall with wood-block floor, lounge with patio access, three first floor bedrooms and main bathroom.
The house has a good alarm and beam detection system, PVC double glazing, gas central heating, private mature back garden with shed, and off-street parking.