Admirable buy at Admiral Walk

Up on a hill above the town, No 7 Admiral’s Walk offers a good vantage point for watching yachts sail in and out of Kinsale Harbour.

Admirals Walk, Kinsale €395,000

Along with the views, this stylish, attractive end of terrace property also offers generous living space. Part of an architecturally-designed development of just 12 houses built in 2003, it benefited by being an end of terrace and according to Barry Nagle of Global Properties has as a result bigger gardens than most of its neighbours.

Offering 2,083 sq ft of accommodation, spread over three floors, this is a modern house with a high gloss kitchen and timber flooring. The kitchen at the front opens into a living area with a stove which, in turn, leads into a living room at the rear. A set of folding doors between the dining and the living areas can be opened to make this into one large room. At the side there’s a study, which is now the music room, a utility area and a bathroom.

The first floor has two en suite bedrooms, well as a third which is now used as a sitting room. Up on the second floor is a fourth bedroom which is also en suite. Views of the harbour can be seen from the living room and from a rear balcony on the first floor.

In the landscaped gardens outside there are lawns, a patio and a barbeque area. Quoting a price of €395,000 Global’s Barry Nagle is expecting the property to attract attention.

VERDICT: It has style, space, views and a very good address.


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