Space and sea views impress at Summerfield Lodge, Youghal

Oodles of space and distant views of Capel Island and Youghal Bay are on offer at Summerfield Lodge in East Cork.

Youghal, Co Cork €395,000

Size: 284 sq m & 33 sq m (3,057 sq ft & 355 sq ft )

Bedrooms 5 & 1

Bathrooms: 5 & 1


Built in the 1960s, this very substantial 3,050 sq ft five-bed house comes with a 355 sq ft detached granny apartment as well as an acre of well-maintained mature gardens.

At the upper end of the market in and around Youghal, it’s on sale through Sherry FitzGerald Hennessy with a guide of €395,00. Well cared for and upgraded over the years, it now has four en suite bedrooms. 

Space and sea views impress at Summerfield Lodge, Youghal

Current owners, who have had it for ten years, put in two stoves and a new high gloss kitchen.

Accommodation includes a large front living room with sea views, a spacious kitchen, a dining room, an office and two ground floor en suite bedrooms. Upstairs there are three bedrooms including two with en suites.

Accommodation in the detached granny apartment includes a kitchen/living area, a shower room, a bedroom and a utility room.

Fitted with oil central heating and double glazed windows, it has a D energy rating. New owners will want to improve this and possibly update the décor.

Situated on an elevated site, thee property has lawned gardens with a patio, trees, raised beds and a long driveway.

Auctioneer Fiona Hennessy says it’s in one of the most popular residential areas in Youghal and fulfills all the requirements of a trade up buyer looking for family space and comfort.


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