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AMV €1,800 / month

Lanahrone 10 Lower Beaumont Drive, Cork City Centre, Cork City, Co. Cork

3 beds 1 bath Energy RatingSemi-Detached Refreshed on Dec 2, 2020
#4 of 6 Properties Viewed in Cork City
Sherry Fitzgerald Lettings - Cork
Sherry Fitzgerald Lettings - Cork
Tel: 021 496 5568
PSRA Licence No. 001321
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Sherry FitzGerald Lettings Cork bring this classis three bedroom semi-detached home to the rental market. In recent times, careful owners have breathed new life into the house. Projects included installing new kitchen units and appliances plus remodeling the family bathroom. Standing on a large site, the internal accommodation includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, family bathroom and a garage. Externally there off street parking to the front and the over sized back garden stretches for over fifty metres allowing oodles of space for footballer, hurlers and trampolines. Named for a ship owned by the Limerick Steamship Company; the home would certainly be a safe and cozy refuge in these troubled pandemic times. If you are looking for a three bedroom Ballintemple home; this property is certainly worth investigating. E-mail us now to make an inquiry. BER: Commissioned Directions: From the city centre, make your way onto the Blackrock Road. Pass through Ballintemple village and turn right at Long Boats Bar. Travel 100 metres and watch for our property on the left hand side. Lanahrone History: Built in Dundee and delivered in May 1928, the Lanahrone (1,221 gross) was an oil-fired steamer and intended for cattle and general goods from Limerick to Liverpool.The Lanahrone served in the Irish Mercantile Marine during World War II. It together with another Limerick Steamboat company ship, the ‘Clonlara' were part of the "nightmare convoy OG 71, which left Liverpool on 13 August 1941. On 19 August 1941, the U-boat attacks began. By the time the convoy reached Lisbon, eight merchant ships, including the Clonlara and two naval escorts and over 400 lives were lost. Lanahrone later joined convoy HG 73. Nine of the 25 ships in that convoy were lost. After the War, she was a familiar sight on the Shannon Estuary with her red-white banded funnel until she ended her days in a Dutch breakers yard in 1959. Property Reference :SFTG1249

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BER: D1 Energy Performance Indicator: 256.23kWh/m²/yr