Starter home: Pouladuff, Cork, €175,000

Although in need of a complete overhaul, No 4 Pouladuff in Ballyphehane is expected to get attention because of its location.

“It’s a settled residential area just ten minutes walk from the Lough and within easy reach of the city centre,’’ says Johnny O’Flynn of Sherry FitzGerald who is seeking offers of €175,000.

The end of terrace house has 758 sq ft of living space as well as gardens at front and rear.

Accommodation includes a living room, a kitchen and a ground floor bathroom as well as three bedrooms upstairs. The house has gas heating, single glazed windows and an E2 BER rating.

VERDICT: a New Year project for a first time buyer with DIY skills?

Ballyphehane, Cork

€175,000

Size: 70.4 m (758 sq ft)

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

BER: E2


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