Built 125 years ago, and on a very nice mature site a short walk from a national school, there’s quite a lot on offer here, including well over 2,000 sq ft of home, a work shed, a large, lofted garage with overhead accommodation, and the fruits of refurbishment work done internally to the main, south-facing home in the early 2000s.
Painted a cheery pale blue externally, the four-bedroomed Master’s House “has old world charm and modern fittings and comforts, with a new roof and it’s fully insulated,” says Blarney-based estate agent Robert Harkin, who guides this autumn market arrival at €319,000, and it’s likely now to find interest stepping up as spring arrives.
Accommodation here spans two reception rooms, one off the kitchen past a feature brick wall/ope, with a solid fuel stove on a Liscannor hearth in a brick alcove, and the second reception is also set up for a stove.
The country-style kitchen has a Belfast ceramic sink, integrated stainless steel appliances in Shaker units, and there’s also a gable end/side sunroom opening out to a deck, with low brick wall, large glazed porch by the front door, main bathroom, and four beds, one en-suite.
A bit of class.