Four-bed gem for €550,000

DIAMONDS are forever, and no 1, Diamond Hill in Cork’s Monkstown could be a job for life.

That’s according to estate agent Terence O’Leary of Property Partners O’Mahony Walsh, selling a split level family home on tiered gardens and architect designed to maximise the outdoor space.

Price guide is €550,000, and the property is just new to the market and had first viewings last weekend.

Built in the 1980s, the substantial house has four en suite bedrooms, three good decent sized reception rooms stepped down off the hall and off the kitchen, and they come with cherrywood floors and both the lounge and dining room have French doors opening to a balcony. The livingroom also has a balcony area, with distant harbour views, and this level also has a study.

The four bedrooms below all have ensuite bathrooms, and two have walk-in wardrobes.

Outside, there’s a double garage as well to add to the sense of usable space for a growing family. Conditoion is A-1, with oil heating, double glazing and very attractive feature gardens.

Location is within walking distance of Monkstown village, about seven miles form Cork city.

Meanwhile, the same selling agents Property Partners O’Mahony Walsh are also selling 23, the Circle in Broadale, of Maryborough Hill outside Douglas, carrying a €320,00 guide.

A four-bed semi, with a large corner site and a converted garage, it too will suit families trading-up on a more modest budget.

Features include maple kitchen units, double French doors linking the sitting room and dining room, a good kitchen range of appliances, patio door garden access, guest loo and ensuite master bedroom.

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