Reduced asking price for quick sale

DO the numbers on 17 Grangevale – they stack up.

An extended family home in Cork’s Grange suburb, this is a five-bed, four reception roomed family home, now with 1,500 sq ft of space, parking for two cars – and now a reduced asking price of €300,000 for a quick sale.

It hit the market a bit prior to Christmas, guiding €335,000, but this has been swiftly reduced by selling agent Donal Collins of Global Properties who says it’s a must-see, walk-in job.

It has been extended to the side, over two floors, and is in very good state of decoration, he suggests.

It has a 15’ by 11’ living room, a larger 16’ by 12’ sitting room, a narrower 14’ by 9’ lounge, and a linked kitchen /dining room, in two sections, the kitchen has Belfast sink, and there’s a guest WC as well. Overhead, three of the five bedrooms are doubles with built-ins, and the bathroom is fully tiled.


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