It’s 60 seconds to Cork University Hospital — backing onto the hospital grounds with a fine, west-facing garden. It’s also close to Coláiste an Spioraid Naoimh, the local boys’ secondary school and is the last house in a cul-de-sac, where there’s pedestrian access to the hospital.
With big rooms and a great, west-facing back garden, the house ticks a lot of boxes, says David O’Driscoll of Thos J O’Driscoll and Co, who’s looking for offers around t €350,000. And while it had been in two apartments in the past, it’s now been used as a single home for a while and is in pretty good condition.
A new owner may want to upgrade some of the fixtures and fittings, (there’s a dark oak kitchen), but it’s perfectly fine and liveable at present.
St Anne’s would be a good buy on location alone. A family, however, will appreciate the size of rooms and that great back garden.
The house comes with a sitting room, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, and four bedrooms with main bathroom.