Sq m: 80 (850 sq ft)
BER rating: N/A
In a bit of a hideaway setting is No 19 Whitethorn, an end terrace three bed home in a cul-de-sac park off the main Douglas Road in Cork city.
It’s on a corner site, says agent Anthony O’Regan of Keane Mahony Smith, and underpinning work has been carried out, but it needs some updating.
Good site within low-profile Whitethorn, but parking can be an issue as the road’s narrow.
Sq m: 69 (750 sq ft)
BER rating: Pending
A very handy southside Cork location, and a large rear garden with off-street parking in front, are attributes of 22 Kent Road, Ballyphehane.
Needing renovations, and carrying a €115,000 asking price with agent Glenn O’Connor of DNG Creedon, it’s got easy access to the south ring road, the Lough and local services.
A modest, affordable project.
Sq m: 93 (1,000 sq ft)
BER rating: F
There’s a panorama of views, for free, from 27 Barrett’s Buildings, an end-terrace home with decent garden space, above Blarney Street in Cork City.
Agent Darragh Taaffe of Keane Mahony Smith has dropped the asking price on the older-style home to €95,000, from an earlier guide of c€120k, and says the southerly views to be had are just captivating.
A walk to the city centre.