Modern revamp in village setting

There’s a crisp, clean interior to the three-storey townhouse right on Main Street, Innishannon — and the price guide is just as appealing.

Guided at €85,000 by agent Ann O’Mahony of Sherry FitzGerald is No 2 Main Street, by the western end of the village on the N27 route to West Cork: in fact, it could be argued that the West Cork experience starts just over the nearby bridge across the River Bandon.

No 2’s upgrading has been overseen by an architect, and has a tiled front reception room, just past an entrance lobby, with staircase to the two upper levels, each of which has an en suite bedroom.

There’s an easy link between this house’s two main ground level rooms, with the rear room a mix of kitchen and family space, complete with a wood burning stove to complement the electric heating.

The sale includes appliances, fittings and even furniture if a buyer wants, so moving in will need little more than a few suitcases.

LOCATION: Inishannon, Cork

PRICE: €85,000

SIZE: Sq m 81 (870 sq ft)




VERDICT: Old roots in modern revamp in village setting.


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