Cork property with steady rental income

IN CORK city, a six-unit investment property, with good income stream right now, is on offer at number 15 Hardwick Street, near MacCurtain Street, St Patrick’s Hill.

With six one-and two-bed flats over five levels, the terraced property is earning €45,000 a year, says agent Michel O’Donovan, of Sherry FitzGerald.

Although not very prepossessing, even from its front facade, he guides number 15 at €295,000, noting it has had work done recently, and has a fire certificate and says the income has been consistent.


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