It’s a very good four-bedroomed semi-d, well-kept and invested in inside and in its gardens; it’s on the edge of Cork City and it’s priced at just €180,000: so says auctioneer Matt Fallon of No 52, Monastery Avenue.
Set up at the top of Blarney Street and Blarney Road, near Apple and its expanding plant, the smart-order family home has to be seen, is a walk-in job for a family on the move, but may not be around too long, adds Mr Fallon of the red-brick and part-banded render facaded home.
The hall, past the porch/columned front door, has a wood-block floor with a 14’ by 12’ sitting room to the right with fireplace, there’s also a 12’ by 11’ lounge, with a second fireplace and patio doors to the back and there’s a bright kitchen/dining room as well, plus utility and guest WC.
Upstairs are four bedrooms with built-ins, one of them’s en suite, plus a main family bathroom, and there’s a Stira for attic access. The back garden is walled and fenced in, and is on a stepped level with shed, patio and is private adds, the agent.
VERDICT: A good deal of four-bed home for the money, an uphill stroll from Cork City centre.