Family-friendly in a good neighbourhood

It’s just on the market and no 17 Springfort Crescent in Cork city’s Montenotte offers is a good property at a guide of €329,000, says agent Vincent Clinch.

A McInerney-built house, it’s part of the grounds of an old estate and has the original limestone estate walls as a boundary to the rear and is very private.

Internally, it’s in very good condition, says the auctioneer, and has a sitting room, separate dining room, fitted kitchen and utility on the ground floor, with three bedrooms and main bathroom overhead.

The master is en suite and there’s a guest bathroom off the main hallway.

As a quiet, family-friendly neighbourhood, Springfort estate is great, says Clinch, adding that it’s minutes to the city centre.


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