There are so many positives to this picturesque early 20th century house that is it difficult to summarise same into a few paragraphs. This is the classic example of a house that needs to be seen to really appreciate it's potential.
Firstly, there is the view; uninterrupted, south facing, river and city panoramas offering many points of interest. It is impossible not to dwell in the elegantly planted gardens and delight in the assorted activities being carried on below.
Secondly, there is the grounds; it is rare in Lover's Walk to locate a level garden with so much usable space. Ample green areas are available for goalposts, trampolines and slides.
Thirdly, there is the privacy; magnificent stone wall boundaries and mature planting bestow tremendous seclusion and peace. It's incredible to believe that this oasis of tranquillity is located a mere 4km from the heart of Cork city centre.
Fourthly, there is the house; this terrific house has been cleverly constructed with all living accommodation and most bedroom accommodation facing due south over the water. The house is nestled centrally within its grounds giving an abundance of options to expand. It has been well cared for by its' current owners who are now ready to downsize and hand it over to the next worthy owner.
Beautiful area with expansive south facing windows with river and city views, tiled floor covering, vaulted ceiling, double doors into kitchen / dining room
Large Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room 8.3m x 4.7m
Original wood flooring, natural brick fireplace with granite hearth and wood mantle, extra height ceiling, south facing bay window with river and city views, window seat
Tiled floor covering, dual aspect window, floor level units including island unit with granite worktop
Two storage areas
Utility Room 3.9m x 3.0m
Tiled floor covering, plumbed for washing machine & dryer, windows on three sides and door to rear garden, double doors into lounge ...