Starter home: Dillon’s Cross, Cork €90,000

This terraced cottage at 109 Dillon’s Cross may could possibly be both the most affordable and the smallest property on the market in the Cork city area. 

Size: 32sq m (350sq ft) 

Bathrooms: 1 

Bedrooms: 1 

BER Rating: E1

A renovated terraced house with just 350 sq ft of living space it is guiding at €90,000. Selling agents Tim Sullivan auctioneers are targeting both first time buyers and investors. 

Modernized with double glazing , gas heating and laminate flooring it has a sitting room, kitchen, bedroom and a shower room.

Verdict: Compact, within walking distance of the city centre.


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