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Aim high with Ros Ard

Wednesday, 13th March, 2019 4:41pm

116 Ros Ard, Upper Glanmire

This three-bedroom home is set in a lovely quiet cul-de-sac and located in the highly sought after housing development of Ros Ard.

It’s perfect for first time buyers, given its €250,000 price guide.

Featuring a south facing bright sunny kitchen/dining and south facing back gardens, this property is a delight and the selling agents DNG Murphy Condon say it that viewing is highly recommended.

While enjoying a rural setting, the property has a range of local services nearby including a primary school, bars and restaurants and local gym.

It is easily accessed from Glanmire and within close commuting distance to the city centre too.

“There is an active residents association and a real community feel here,” said John Wiseman from DNG Murphy Condon.

This is a well located home which comes for sale in excellent condition, in a safe, secure and sought after location.

Mr Wiseman added: “It has never been a better time to acquire a quality property like this, with recent property sales figures indicating a steady rise in property prices in the Glanmire suburban area of Cork city, this property will be sure to be top of the astute buyers list and will appeal to first time buyers or those trading up.”

Accommodation consists of an entrance hallway, living room, guest toilet and an open plan kitchen/dining area, all on the ground floor, while upstairs boasts a bathroom and three bedrooms, one of which comes with an en-suite.

Built in 2005, the house also comes with a double driveway.

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