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No. 3 Ard Na Greine, Ballyhooly Road, St. Luke's, Cork City

Status: Sale Agreed
Type: Terrace

Three storey mid terraced residence

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Property Description

   Three Storey mid terraced Period residence with small garden at front and large elevated garden at rear, situated between
   St. Luke's  Cross and Dillons Cross, and within close proximity to the City Centre.
  Accommodation Details:
  Hall:                            With quarry tiled floor, storage cupboard under stairs. 
  Sittingroom:                 16'  6"  x  13'  3"  (max)
  With bay window, ornate Period  slated mantelpiece. 
  Diningroom:                  11'  9"  x  11'  6"
  With quarry tiled floor and slated Period mantelpiece. 
  Kitchen: (at rear)          12'  0"  x   6'  3"
  With tiled floor, wall and floor kitchen units, door to rear yard/garden.
  Corridor:                        7'  6"  x   3'  3"
  With built in wall presses
  Downstairs Bathroom:
  With shower unit, toilet and wash basin. 
  First Floor Return:
  Landing with hotpress and gas boiler. 
  Main Bathroom:
  With cast iron bath, toilet and wash basin. 
  First Floor:
  Bedroom  1.                 18'  3" x  12'  0"
  With ornate slated  mantelpiece.
  Bedroom  2.                 11'  9" x  11'  9"
  With cast iron  mantelpiece.
  Second Floor:
  Bedroom  3.                 12'  0"  x  9'  0"
  With cast iron  mantelpiece 
  Bedroom  4.                 12'  0"  x  9'  0"
  With cast iron  mantelpiece. 
  Bedroom  5.                11'  9"  x  11'  9"
  With cast iron  mantelpiece.
  Outside:
  Small garden at front with large enclosed yard at rear.   Steps leading to large rear elevated garden.
  Heating:
  Mains Gas Central heating. 
  Condition:
  The property is in need of modernisation throughout.  
  Contact :  Hugh McPhillips or Monica Williams.  
 

Location

Located between St. Luke's Cross and Dillons Cross.

This was last updated: 31 January 2017.