First timers and downsizers should take a trip to Well Road

The very convenient location is set to be a big attraction at the open viewing day today for this two-bed property, writes Trish Dromey.

First timers and downsizers should take a trip to Well Road

Both first time buyers and downsizers are expected to show up for the first open viewing of 2 Well Road Homes at Churchyard Lane on the Well Road which is taking place this morning.

Ann O’Mahony of Sherry FitzGerald says location is the key attraction for the two bed town property, which is situated in a small private development on grounds that used to belong to Lovett’s, a well known Cork restaurant which closed ten years ago.

Guiding at €220,000, the mid terraced house has 807 sq ft of living space and is said to be in good condition but in need of modernisation and updating.

Accommodation includes a kitchen dining room with fitted units at the front as well as a carpeted sitting room at the rear which has a gas fire and some built in shelving.

The upstairs has two carpeted bedrooms, both with en suites and built in wardrobes. Fitted with gas heating and double glazed windows the house has a D1 energy rating.

The small development of houses which was built in the late 1980s has a communal courtyard and gardens with mature plants and shrubs and is enclosed by high stone walls.

A separate communal parking area is also provided for the residents of the Well Road Homes properties.

Ms O’Mahony expects a good turnout at viewings being held today and Tuesday. “The location could not be better, it has easy access to Douglas, the city and Mahon Point along with the ring road network and Jack Lynch tunnel.

VERDICT: Compact and convenient.

Well Road, Cork

Price: €220,000

Size: 75sq m (807sq ft)

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2


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