Trading up: Dillons Cross, Cork City €295,000

ALREADY over its asking price, with a bid in of €300,000 is Oaklands, a spotless detached three-bed home on Cork city’s fringes, on pleasant Gordon’s Hill by Dillon’s Cross.
Trading up: Dillons Cross, Cork City €295,000

Size: 118sq m (1,274 sq ft) 

Bathrooms: 2 

Bedrooms: 3 

BER: C3

Viewing well, and with an open-view session around 5pm next Monday to keep momentum going, this 1,274 sq ft home is within a 20-minute walk of the city centre, says agent Gillian McDonnell of Sherry FitzGerald, who says so far it’s traders-down and traders-in, who seem most keen to view.

The bright and well-presented two-storey home has a lovely private south-west facing rear patio and garden, has off-street parking in front and is mature, but well-kept and recently renovated also, says Ms McDonnell, adding that new owners can just move in without having to do any other work.

There’s scope to extend, subject to planing and the back has a favourable aspect for this, and in addition there’s a detached garage with extra potential.

Internally as it stands, Oaklands has two main reception rooms, a kitchen with dining area off, and a ground-floor shower room, plus utility. Overhead, there are two double bedrooms, one single, and a main bathroom.

Meanwhile, also nearby the same agent has the early 1900s detached, Glentrasna, a three-bed of nearly 900 sq ft at Sunview Place East, Ballyhooley Road. Glentrasna has enormous period-style character and features, and is guiding €250,000, with open viewings also Monday.

VERDICT: Choice in a choice area

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