He says the 1,350 sq ft house is in excellent order and is very well finished, with maple floors in its three reception rooms, and with a cherrywood kitchen. Plus, it has a south-facing back garden, with side access.
It compares to the sales in recent weeks of three larger four-bed semis of 2,050 sq ft each, also within Maryborough Ridge, where a different firm of agents, Savills’ Cork city offices, got €420,000 each from bidders after a widely-anticipated launch of 15 unsold units, via a receivership.
They also sold several two-bed 900 sq ft townhouses, at €225,000 each, plus three two-bed apartments, at €160,000 each in the same development.
Key attractions at Maryborough Ridge are the modern, well-built homes at a location within a short spin of Douglas village, near the top of Marybrough Hill, in this popular O’Brien and O’Flynn scheme which was a sequel to their larger Maryborough Woods development.
No 23 Edgwood’s is in walk-in order.