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Trade up to a four bed

Wednesday, 26th February, 2020 4:17pm

This four-bedroom house on the southside of Cork city is perfect for families looking to trade up.

The generously proportioned home in The Ovals, Rochestown comprises of two living rooms to the front of the property with an impressive flow to the back with a formal dining room, separate kitchen and solid roofed conservatory.

The back gardens are completely private with a south-easterly aspect and are mature and well maintained.

A guest toilet, en-suite, full bathroom, three double sized bedrooms and single bedroom also make this a great sized house for families.

The first living room has a decorative marble open fireplace with cast iron insert as well as cornicing and a rose centre and a bay window facing the front of the house. It also has double door which lead into the dining room.

The kitchen has vinyl flooring and an extensive range of fitted kitchen units at eye and ground level while the second living room is carpeted, has decorative cornicing and rose centre and an attractive marble surround fireplace with hardwood top.

The master bedroom is carpeted and has wall to wall fitted wardrobes while coming coming with an en-suite.

Jean Shanahan is looking after the sale of the house for DNG Murphy Condon. She described the house as a beautifully maintained four bedroom detached family home.

She added: “The location is perfect for families. Douglas is within walking distance, the bus stops practically at the front door and local amenities including the wide variety of shops and restaurants Douglas has to offer. Garryduff Sports Centre and the Rochestown to Blackrock Castle walkway are close by to enjoy weekend activities nearby.”

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