GETTING TO GRIPS with a fast-changing property market is tricky, but we’re here to make things simpler.
Each week, we’ll handpick a number of homes within a similar budget, to give you a snapshot of the property landscape at a particular price point.
This week, we’re looking at properties around Cork with an asking price of exactly €575,000 – from a Victorian property in Cobh to a stylish family home in Rochestown.
Dating back to 1898, Carrigmore House exudes character and charm. The six-bed Victorian property is positioned on 1.3 acres of idyllic grounds, and boasts incredible views of Cobh Harbour and St Colman’s Cathedral. The accommodation is in pristine condition and benefits from numerous modernisations, including the addition of double glazed windows, a new roof and oil-fired heating.
Spanning 3,100 sq ft and situated on 1.3 acres of stunning grounds, Blake House is a highly impressive property. The six-bed home dates back to 1850 and underwent a complete renovation in 1996, resulting in a charming Georgian-style interior with numerous original features. The sale also includes a detached two-bed coach house, which is ideal for hosting guests.
Located on an elevated site with beautiful countryside views, this four-bed property comes to the market ready for moving day. Built approximately 12 years ago, the accommodation is bright and spacious, and benefits from many impressive features including a solid walnut kitchen, a jacuzzi bath and underfloor heating throughout.
Coming to the market in turn-key condition, 44 Rochestown Rise is a modern and stylish five-bed home. The property, which is located in a quiet cul de sac, has been architecturally designed throughout and benefits from two extensions. There’s ample off-street parking to the front, while the rear garden is thoughtfully laid out with two paved patio areas, a water feature and a lawn area.