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€750,000
Refreshed on: 11/06/2018

No. 3 Orchard Road, Cork

3 beds Detached House 2 bath 124.95 m 2 Energy Rating


Description

Located on sought after Orchard Road on Corks West side, No. 3 is one of those rare treasures the residential market in Cork seldom sees. Orchard Road is a location that enjoys the benefit of having UCC, CUH, The Bons Secours and County Hall all on its doorstep. Retail outlets at Wilton Shopping Centre are all within walking distance with a choice of routes both pedestrian and vehicular to the city centre. Schools and all other facilities are within easy reach and the south link road is accessed nearby. Standing on a beautiful site No. 3 is a fine three bedroomed detached home, brought to the market offering tremendous possibilities for would be purchasers. The site is mature and extends to approx. 0.61 acres enjoying two access points off Orchard Road leading to an easy subdivision. The gardens are laid out in two distinct levels divided by a row of mature poplar trees with a weeping willow taking up a central position in the rear garden. The maturity of the site cannot be overstated and offers a selection of outhouses, glasshouse and garages the envy of any gardening enthusiast. The house itself is perfectly positioned on the site allowing for further extension front, rear or side. The house is modest extending to approx. 124 sq. mt (1,345 sq. ft.) sq. ft. and was designed in 1950 by an English architect who won an award for its creativity and style. No. 3 is almost tudor in nature with interesting roof lines and window positioning. The same architect designed the detached garage at a later stage to ensure consistency in look and in keeping with the house.

The history of No. 3 is interesting. The property started its life as part of the grounds of Brookfield House with its fruit farm and orchard. Brookfield house was owned at that stage by The Jennings family and their lands extended from UCC out to the model farm road. The Jennings were a prominent Cork merchant family through the 19th. and early 20th century. They had business interests in chemicals and they bottled and distributed mineral waters. Renowned for their fruit growing their raspberries were the main ingredient of th ...

Lisney (Cork)

1 South Mall, Cork

Tel: 021 4275079

PSRA Licence No.  001848

Affordability

Stamp Duty: €7,500.00
Total Amount: €757,500.00


€750,000
€750,000
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