"El Dorado" is a graceful, and elegant period family home built 1904 as part of a pair by a builder named Murphy for his daughters. Being only minutes from the city centre it has some of Cork's most popular walks. Blackrock has all amenities, such as shops, sports clubs, schools, and public transport, within easy access.
This home is a prime example of Edwardian suburban housing and it has retained many of its original features. Externally it has retained its original windows, doors, terracotta ridge tiles and finials. Internally the encaustic floor tiles, decorative coving, doors and fireplace are sure to please those looking for original features.
Accommodation throughout is bright and airy with the main reception room featuring a bay window and the extended kitchen/dining/family area benefiting from views over the garden.
Outside "El Dorado" enjoys private gardens which are low maintenance. The front garden has a gravelled drive with parking for a number of cars and with mature planting. The rear garden is fully enclosed and boasts an extensive patio area which enjoys the evening sun along with a with lawn, mature planting and a large potting shed at the end of the garden.
Properties such as this, in this excellent location certainly do not come on the market often, so don't delay, arrange a viewing today.
Entrance Hall 6.52m x 1.56m. This is a bright and welcoming entrance with a 3-metre-high ceiling, encaustic floor tiles, ceiling rose and coving. There is ample storage under the stairs
Living Room 3.93m x 3.29m. This bright room has a large bay window with original panelling, a solid wood floor, an open fireplace with insert solid fuel stove with a decor ...