Carrlawn sure to spark interest

WITH literally thousands of smaller houses on its doorstep and their owners in the possible trading-up market locally, there’ll be active interest in Carrlawn.

Built in the early 1990s, it is on Coach Hill, the next turn up off the Rochestown Road in Cork after busy Clarke’s Hill.

Carrlawn is the first of five detached houses by the entrance gates to the McInerney development Thornbury, and this ‘Tudor light’ design is a timber-frame construction, embracing about 2,200 sq ft of living space.

It is a five bed detached home, facing onto the top stretch of Clarke’s Hill, with a westerly aspect and off-road parking on the tarmac front drive/garden (maybe this is where the name ‘Carrlawn’ comes from?)

Selling agent is Joey Sheahan of F&V Sheahan, who guides it at €490,000 and who says he anticipates very strong viewing interest in it.

It has hall, family room/den to the left hand side, a living room, large front-to-back drawing room 29’ by 12’ with patio door to the back garden, good sized pine fitted kitchen/dining room, as well as utility and guest WC with shower.

The main bedroom has an en suite bathroom, all the bedrooms have built-in units, and three bedrooms are described as doubles and two are singles. The property has gas central heating, teak double glazed units with leading, an alarm, and rear patio/barbecue area and a block-built garden shed.

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