Four-bed in cul de sac near Douglas

VIEWS towards the Lee estuary and twinkling lights of the rejuvenated Mahon area of Cork can be had from the upper floor of number 29, Norwood Court, above the Rochestown Road.

The four-bed, detached family home, on a sloping site with southerly rear aspect, has 1,600 sq ft of space, a full depth, 24’ by 12’ double reception room with rear garden access, a family/TV room, plus kitchen with utility, and one of its four bedrooms is en suite, says estate agent, Timothy Sullivan. He guides the Regency-style home, with its columned porch entrance and internal hardwood floors, at €390,000.

In a cul de sac less than a mile from the south ring road and near Douglas, it has off-street parking, small front garden and a tiered back garden.


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