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23 The Estuary, Raheen Road, Youghal, Co Cork, P36 EW89

€180,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 102 sqm approx


  • Built in 2007
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Stunning views
  • Desirable Location
  • BER C1
  • Staire to Floored Attic
BER C1 Rating


Built in 2007 this three-bedroom mid-terrace property is presented in pristine condition both inside and out. The property is situated in an elevated development with fabulous sea views and within walking distance of Youghal Town.

This attractive property consists of a bright living room with solid timber floor, a bay window and timber surrounded open fireplace; tiled hallway with under stairs storage and guest W.C.; kitchen/dining room is tiled, fully fitted solid oak finish, integrated white goods, double oven and French doors to patio area with sea views. The first floor consists of 2 double bedrooms, one of which has fully tiled en-suite; a single bedroom with hot press; family bathroom and staire to floored attic.

Presentation, location and a BER of C1 make this a very desirable property.


  • Sitting-Room (4.88m x 3.26m Solid Timber Floor. Bay Window. Open Fireplace with Timber Surround)
  • Hallway (1.99m x 5.81m Tiled Floor. Under Stairs Storage.)
  • Guest W.C. (1.38m x 1.55m Tiled.)
  • Kitchen Dining Room (5.33m x 3.84m Solid Oak Fitted Kitchen. Tiled Floor. Double Oven. Fridge Freezer. French Doors Leading to Patio Area)
  • Carpeted Stairs & Landing
  • Bedroom 1 (2.38m x 2.81m Single Bedroom. Carpet Flooring.)
  • Bedroom 2 (2.84m x 3.94m Double Bedroom. Carpet Floor. Tiled En-suite. Sea Views.)
  • En-Suite (0.9m x 1.6m Fully Tiled)
  • Bedroom 3 (2.88m x 3.19m Double Bedroom. Hotpress. Carpet Floor.)
  • Staire to Floored Attic

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C1
  • Number: 109247882
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 162.82

About the Area

Youghal (pop. 6,597) lies about 30 miles east of Cork city at the mouth of the River Blackwater and is a town with something for almost everyone. It's a heritage town with a fascinating history, sandy beaches, excellent seafood and cafes, sailing, golfing and bird watching. It was an important medieval town before being destroyed in 1579 and granted to Sir Walter Raleigh. Allegedly he planted the first Irish potato here in 1588.

Today the old part of the town lies at the foot of a hill and the newer part has spread out along the edge of the bay. Within the walled town buildings from different eras sit happily side by side. Youghal's landmark is the Clock Gate, built in 1771, but it also has several other unusual buildings; Myrtle Grove, an Elizabethan Manor house once owned by Sir Walter; the Red House, a Dutch style house dating from the early 18th century and Tynte's Castle, a ruined 15th century towerhouse. It's one of Ireland's most popular seaside towns and in the summer rental properties are in high demand.

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