No 24 is an early- to mid-1900s-built, end-terrace home, with an extra deal of garden and some off-street secure parking thanks to its corner site, says estate agent Cearbhall Behan of Behan Irwin.
He is guiding it at €270,000 for its present owners, a young family who are trading up.
In very good overall condition and extended (though still it’s less than 1,000 sq ft), it’s a good buy for starters-out, a family or even an investor, according to Mr Behan, who says the location is both desirable and convenient.
It now has an 18’ by 10’ kitchen/dining room in the extended section.
There is a living room with gas fire in a mahogany surround (plus gas central heating) a study/bed four, guest WC, and overhead are three more bedrooms as well as a re-done bathroom with electric shower.
Outside the gardens are mature, with fruit trees and hedging, with a patio, and two small sheds for storage.
Almost on the doorstep are the grounds of Cork City FC, nearby is Musgrave Park for rugby, a public park and playground at Tory Top Park, along with a community centre, library, shops and an Aldi.
The city’s centre’s an easy walk, via Mount Pleasant Road and St Patrick’s Road to Summerhill South
: a tidy option