A Maryborough duplex that’s already gaining attention
On Wednesday, a strong turnout was expected for the first day of sightseeing at 21 Manor Avenue in Maryborough Ridge.
“It generates a lot of interest from first-time buyers, but is also very attractive to investors as it is privately owned and has no rent cap,” said auctioneer Dan Howard who had booked over 15 tours for Wednesday and was expecting to spend a lot of time showing off the modern three-bed duplex.
Guiding the property at € 290,000, he says it has over 1,200 square feet of living space, including a large terraced balcony to the rear, and is both well maintained and well decorated. “There is nothing to do, just add furniture and a Nespresso machine and you are home. »Accommodation comprises a living room with parquet floors and a fireplace and double doors opening onto a kitchen-diner. Double doors from the kitchen lead to the balcony overlooking a row of trees to the rear.
The property has a guest WC on the lower and upper levels, a bathroom and three bedrooms.
One bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, and one – like thousands of rooms across the country – has become a home office.
Located in a cul-de-sac about 2 km from Douglas, the duplex opens onto a common green space at the front.
“The bus stop for the 220, which offers 24-hour service, is less than two minutes on foot,” says Howard.
: Mr. Howard predicts a quick sale
This former Blackwater Castle gatehouse in Castletownroche has old stone walls, a bit of history, and plenty of space.
“It was built in the 1800s to monitor access to the castle,” reveals Mary O’Callaghan of SOC Property, explaining that the lodge was purchased by the current owners in the 1990s who significantly extended the cottage to two. beds and turned it into a 2,500 square foot house.
Guiding the property at € 250,000, she says it is comfortable and modern with some attractive old world elements, including two Gothic-style windows in the bedrooms and exposed stone in the living room.
“It was completely renovated in 2009/2010 – this included rewiring, plumbing and a new kitchen and new flooring,” she reveals, adding that the owners have installed double glazing and oil heating. .
The extension houses a 25 foot square living room with an exposed stone wall on one side, a marble fireplace and a high paneled ceiling with a chandelier.
There is also a kitchen-diner with modern gray units, two bathrooms and two bedrooms located in the older part of the property.
At the back, there is an adjoining part which includes a living room, a kitchen-living room as well as a bedroom and a bathroom. Ms O’Callaghan says this has separate access and could be used for Airbnb or as a granny apartment.
The lodge has a large garden with a patio, a courtyard with parking, a double garage and a secluded gravel garden with flowers, shrubs and a pergola.
: Lots of space to work from home.
A young buyer looking to own a home in East Cork might appreciate the affordability of the asking price of € 215,000 for 20 Bridgetown Mews in Castlemartyr.
They might also be very pleased with the 1,000 square feet of well-maintained accommodation on offer in the three-bedroom, mid-terrace home built in 2005.
Kyle Kennedy of Hegarty Properties says it has been lovingly cared for by the current owners and has a large wraparound garden with a patio to the rear.
The accommodation includes a living room, a kitchen-living room, a laundry room, a guest WC as well as a bathroom and three bedrooms, one of which is en suite.
: Affordable and very well maintained.
The indicative price of € 175,000 probably makes this house the most affordable apartment currently available in Douglas.
A one bedroom ground floor property with 452 square feet of living space, she is on the market with ERA Downey McCarthy’s Garry O’Donnell.
Accommodation comprises of a kitchen / diner / living area as well as a bedroom and bathroom / utility area.
: There are not many at Douglas for this price.