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1 Shortcastle, Mallow, Co Cork

€235,000 - Asking Price Sold

BER D2 Rating

Description

Beautifully Renovated and restored to its former glory the is a magnificent Town House located in the heart of Mallow Town and all walking distance of all amenities.

Built in the 1780's yet sympathetically restored a number of years ago with many original feature yet incorporating a modern element throughout.

A protected structure listed in Buildings of Ireland Register.

Gas Fired Central Heating

P.V.C Double Glazing

Beautifully Resorted throughout

Self-Contained 1 Bed Apartment on Ground Floor

Viewing by appointment

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (2.3m x 5.84m Spacious Inviting Entrance Hall. Under Stairs Storage. Door to Rear Garden)
  • Studio 1 Bed Apartment (4.6m x 2.51m Kitchen Area- Fully Fitted Kitchen plumbed for Washing Machine/Dryer. Tiled splashback. Sitting Room Area off. Bedroom- 8'08" x 9'02" Ensuite - 4'03" x 7'0 Part Tiled with Electric Shower)
  • Landing 1st Floor (2.06m x 4.14m Stained Glass Feauture Window)
  • Drawing Room (3.68m x 5.64m Feauture Original Open Fireplace. 11ft High Ceiling. Cornicing to Ceiling. Timber Panelling)
  • Lounge (3.68m x 5.26m Feauture Fireplace. Cornicing to Ceiling.)
  • Kitchen (3.38m x 2.46m Fully Fitted Kitchen Units. Tiled Splashback. Integrated Oven & hob Plumbed for Dishwasher. Stainless Steel Sink/Prep Area)
  • 2nd Floor Landing (2.51m x 0.97m)
  • Bathroom (3.84m x 2.7m Beautifully renovated. Double Shower walk in Unit (Power Shower) Heated towl Rail.)
  • Bedroom 1 (3.43m x 5.6m Feauture Fireplace. Heated Vertical Towl Radiator.)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.68m x 2.34m)
  • Bedroom 3 (3.68m x 4.3m Fitted Robes wall to wall)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D2
  • Number: 106863772
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 267.07

About the Area

Mallow is the largest town along the Blackwater valley; founded in the late 16th century when the Earl of Desmond built a castle to protect the river crossing. The town is sometimes called the crossroads of Munster due to its position on the junction of roads to Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Killarney. It's also been identified as a regional hub in the Government's National Spatial Strategy so is likely to grow even more in the future. The Duhallow Foxhounds, one of the oldest hunts in Ireland, founded in 1745 are based here and the racecourse at Mallow draws crowds of visitors for both national hunt and flat racing. Mallow has a large sugar industry processing sugar beet from all over the midlands.

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