The property is situated at the city end of the Blackrock road, one of the most desirable addresses in Cork. Blackrock boasts a superb array of facilities including schools, restaurants and churches and the property is within walking distance of the city centre.
Cleveland comprises of a detached three-bay two-storey house, built c.1920 and is noted in the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage as being of architectural artistic interest. It further comments that the property is “an interesting house with architectural elements favoured during the early decades of the twentieth century……the stucco detailing, of the door opening and canted bay windows, is skilfully executed and further adds to the building's significance.”
Internally the house has been well maintained and is in fine condition throughout. The rooms radiate old-fashioned charm and character, with extra height ceilings and original period features in evidence.
The house is situated on the northern end of 0.32 acres approx. which maximises the availability of level south facing landscaped garden with an abundance of mature trees. The setting is secluded, secure and highly attractive.
Original floor tiling, double doors into;
Original wood flooring, cornicing, ceiling rose
Lounge 4.2m x 3.8m
Bay window, cornicing, ceiling rose, marble fireplace, original wood floor covering.
Dining Room 4.0m x 3.8m
Bay window, ceiling rose, cornicing, dual aspect, marble fireplace with marble inset.
Study 3.2m x 2.6m
Wood floor covering, cornicing, brick fireplace with fitted gas fire, dual ...