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Cloneen is calling

Wednesday, 27th February, 2019 3:36pm

Anam Cara, Cloneen, Carrigtwohill,

This is a quaint yet beautifully finished detached home set in the tranquil surroundings of Cloneen, a mere three kilometres from Carrigtwohill.

There have been many modifications to this 1980s Roh-fab building including a comfortable extension which now homes the fourth bedroom and ensuite but that is just the tip of the iceberg.

The kitchen, with its Rangemaster and stylish subway tiles, were only fitted a few months ago.

Why the move? “The timing just feels right,” explained the current owner who has lived here for over 20 years. With children grown and flying the coup it is now time for a new family to enjoy the peaceful surroundings.

Carrigtwohill village is only three kilometres away and school buses pass by the door. Once in Carrigtwohill, you are a 15 minute drive to Cork city while also being serviced by both bus and train.

Carrigtwohill has become extremely popular over the past four years, mainly due to its proximity to Cork city, Midleton and numerous pharmaceutical companies that sit on the perimeter of village.

The rear garden is a gardiner's dream as you have almost half an acre of land to play with. There are fruit trees and bushes sitting adjacent to the numerous out sheds, perfect for tools and storage.

There is even a car port for you to load and unload your groceries without getting wet. With the reservoir next door, you also have a picturesque water walk to enjoy!

This is the perfect home for anyone looking a for a comfortable, warm, peaceful and enjoyable country life.

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