The three-bed semi, with a pre-war construction date, is solid, well-built and proportioned and includes an attached garage.
It’s on the market with Terence O’Leary of Murray Browne, who’s seeking offers close to €285,000 for the property.
On a large, corner site, it has plenty of room for extensions and is only a couple of minutes drive from the city centre in one of Cork’s oldest suburbs.
It comes with lots of original features, including a stained glass doorway and two reception rooms with original fireplaces and timber flooring, but has a conservatory addition which brings the accommodation right up to today’s standards.
The house comes with a kitchen/dining room, with a full flank of units and separate access to the conservatory, and upstairs, there are three bedrooms, with separate WC and main bathroom.
With good gardens and parking, this house is well worth a look at the price.