Houses built in the 1990s on the eastern end of Clonakilty near the top-nosh SuperValu got called the ‘Smartie Houses’ thanks to all the different colours they were painted, and while many now need a fresh lick of colour, that’s not the case at 31 Bamba Street.
This three-bed two-storey house is freshly presented, and ready for sale with agent Ray O’Neill of Sherry FitzGerald O’Neill, guiding at €149,000
It’s just shy of 1,000 sq ft, has an E2 BER and there’s an open, floored attic primed for conversion with dormer windows already in place.
Living space is open plan, and it faces a patio and landscaped public garden.
Mr O’Neil say No 31 would make a very convenient, town centre home, or equally would be a good investment purchase in a town with population in excess of 3,000, strong rental demand, and big summer tourism swell as well.
VERDICT: A neat pad in Clon, a coastal town garlanded with awards for quality of life, amenities and care.
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