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Leeside, Victoria Cross, Cork, T12NAV8

€200,000 - Asking Price Sold 110 sqm approx

Description

Sherry FitzGerald present to the market Leeside, a three-bedroom semi-detached home with garage and views from the rear garden over the River Lee.

This home has a great balance between bedroom and reception accommodation with a private garden overlooking the River Lee to the rear and off-street parking to the front. While in need of modernisation throughout this is sure to attract interest with home owners and investment market.

Its location at Victoria Cross means it’s only a very short walk to the gates of UCC. Both CIT and the city centre are equally convenient being only a short bus journey away.

Viewing is a must to appreciate what this home has to offer.

Rooms

  • Entrance Hall (4.06m x 1.93m All reception rooms off. Under stairs storage press and original picture rail.)
  • Living Room (4.14m x 3.48m Well-proportioned living space with bay window and tiled open fireplace. Built-in alcoves, ceiling coving and picture rail.)
  • Family Room (4.55m x 3.53m Spacious reception room to the rear with original fireplace and picture rail.)
  • Dining Area (3.38m x 2.62m Door to rear garden.)
  • Kitchenette (3.25m x 2.13m Built-in sink unit and original tiled floor.)
  • WC (One piece bathroom suite.)
  • Garage (4.72m x 2.5m Large space ideal for conversion into additional living accommodation (subject to planning permission). Roller garage door.)
  • First Floor Landing (2.64m x 1.7m Large landing window and original picture rail.)
  • Bedroom 1 (4.01m x 3.56m Spacious double bedroom to the front with bay window and built-in wardrobes. Tiled open fireplace and picture rail.)
  • Bedroom 2 (4.01m x 3.56m Generous double bedroom to the rear with tiled open fireplace and built-in wardrobe. Original picture rail.)
  • Bedroom 3 (2.6m x 2.6m Generous single bedroom to the front.)
  • Bathroom (2.6m x 1.8m Two piece bath suite. Hotpress.)
  • WC (1.6m x 0.74m One piece toilet suite.)
  • Entrance Hall (2.10m xx 1.33m This is a bright and spacious hall that is entered from the porch. There is original parquet flooring and stained arched windows with shutters overlooking the front of the home.)
  • Dining and Piano Room (5.83m x 6.71m A bright and elegant room with dual aspect. This room has a feature canted bay window with additional large windows with original shutters overlooking the front of the home. The room features a marble fireplace and original cornicing and ceiling roses. The floor is solid wood. There is a store room located here.)
  • Office (4.26m x 1.53m This office space is located off the dining/piano room. It has wooden panelled walls with built in shelving.)
  • Guest WC (1.65m x 1.93m Located to the rear of the hall. A two-piece suite with original floor tiles and wooden panelled walls.)
  • Store room (1.85m x 1.62m This storage room is located off the hall. It is currently used as an office space with built in desk and shelves.)
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room (4.17m x 5.63m This kitchen has oak floor and eye level units integrated double oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher. There is an original copper extractor hood. The floor is tiled and there is side access to the old stable area.)
  • Utility Room (1.63m x 3.12m The utility room is located off the kitchen. There is ample work top space. It is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer currently. The hot press is located here with ample storage.)
  • Recreation wing- Hallway (8.57m x 1.80m This hall is slabbed with original stone.)
  • Shower room and sauna (2.20m x 3.29m There is a modern electric shower with tiled floor. The eight-man sauna room is accessed from here.)
  • Sadle Room (3.84m x 4.82m The slabbed stone floor continues here from the hall. There is recessed lighting and small arched windows. The wall here is curved.)
  • Snooker room (12.42m x 5.52m Located in the recreational corridor on the first floor. This is a bright spacious snooker room with elevated views over the gardens. It has recessed lighting.)
  • Drawing Room (6.71m x 5.82m An elegant drawing room located on the first floor. It has original double height canted bay windows with beautiful hand carved detail. There are two large sash windows with original shutters overlooking the front of the home. It has an original marble fireplace and original picture lights.)
  • Main Bedroom (6.12m x 4.41m A bright and spacious triple aspect double bedroom located to the rear of the home. There is a feature bay window. There are built in wardrobes and access to an en-suite.)
  • En-Suite (1.83m x 2.56m This is a bright en-suite located just off the main bedroom comprising of a three-piece shower suite.)
  • Bathroom (1.83m x 1.74m The family bathroom comprises a four-piece bath suite. This area is fully tiled.)
  • Bedroom 2 (5.53m x 4.46m A double bedroom located to the front of home. This bedroom also has triple aspect and has a feature bay window. The room comprises of built in wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom 3 (6.21m x 4.51m A bright double bedroom located on the 3rd floor. It features original roof beams. There is a window overlooking coach hill and an additional Velux window.)
  • Bedroom 4 (5.23m x 4.57m A bright double bedroom also located on the third floor. It features original roof beams. There is a window overlooking the gardens and an additional Velux window.)
  • Bathroom 2 (3.11m x 2.54m This extra-large bathroom is located on the third floor. It has a three-piece bath suite and is fully tiled.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER G
  • Number: 110246204
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 507.86

About the Area

Cork (Irish: Corcaigh) is a city located in the South-West Region, in the province of Munster. With a population of around 120,000, it is the second largest city in the state and the third most populous in Ireland. The city is built on the River Lee which divides into two channels at the western end of the city. The city centre is located on the island created by the channels. At the eastern end of the city centre where the channels re-converge, quays and docks along the river banks lead to Lough Mahon and Cork Harbour, which is one of the world's largest natural harbours.