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A sweet buy at Dewberry

Wednesday, 13th March, 2019 4:41pm

71 Dewberry, Mount Oval Village

Set at the entrance to the popular Mount Oval Village at Rochestown, 71 Dewberry comes to the market as an exceptionally large six-bedroom detached family home.

Mount Oval is a self-contained residential development that has grown throughout the years into one of Cork's premium residential addresses.

Built in 1999, this home offers 2,488 square foot over three levels delivering a sense of space throughout. With just one owner to date and a high attention to detail and input from construction stage, the property has an impressive entrance hallway with Italian marble floor tiles which provides a beautiful first impression and this is carried through at every twist and turn of this home.

Accommodation is generous throughout with the warm and welcoming entrance hall giving way to two reception rooms that are both bright and spacious. The kitchen/dining area is extensive with walled glazing and looks out over the garden making it an ideal entertaining space.

A study overlooking the garden allows for a quiet work space or playroom and a guest toilet completes the ground floor accommodation.

The bedroom accommodation is all on the two upper floors and each room has built in robes. The master bedroom is particularly attractive with both an en-suite and dressing room off, while the third floor offers two bedrooms that, with shared shower room, feels like a self-contained space ideal for teenage children looking for their own bit of privacy and space.

With bathrooms at every level, 71 Dewberry is sure to interest any family buyer looking for a spacious family home in a superb location.

The clincher is that the house is on a corner site.

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