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2,390 sq ft(222.04 sq m)
Guide price €795,000

The Upper Deck, Point RoadCrosshaven, Co Cork, P43 HD28


    Key features

    • Spectacular coastal property
    • Approx. 222 sq m / 2400 sq ft
    • About 0.16 ha / 0.4 acre site
    • Standalone building Approx. 90 sq m / 975 sq ft
    • Private site with panoramic water views
    • Kone elevator servicing three floors
    • Superb decorative order throughout
    • Excellent design and layout
    • Alarm / Electronic gates

    Savills proudly presents The Upper Deck, a spectacular coastal property situated on a large, completely private and sheltered site that offers direct water access and dramatic harbour views.

    About this property

    • Upon arrival you are greeted by sliding electric gates that grant access to a three car parking platform which has been recently constructed (C 2009). From here a glass elevator shaft whisks you down the gable of this self-contained three storey structure to the courtyard level. A separate external stair also grants access to the courtyard. From here, you can access the main house, but first, take a moment to take in the smell of the sea and the captivating coastal view that is on offer, it's a bit special.

      Making your way over the threshold of ‘The Upper Deck' brings you to a private hallway which guides you to a bright kitchen/breakfast room with side entrance, a large open plan L -shaped living/dining room which is awash with natural light and provides uninterrupted water views. From here, you can seamlessly access the sun room which boasts approx. 15 foot high ceilings complete with a large skylight and pillarless glass walls. An impressive sliding door leads you onto the patio area where you can choose from a selection of seating areas to sit back and enjoy the activities of the harbour. The ground floor also provides a utility room and guest lavatory.

      Making your way upstairs reveals four bright and spacious bedrooms, two of which are en suite and three of the bedrooms have their own balcony areas, the first floor also hosts the main bathroom of the house. Every bedroom has water views.

      Stepping outside via any four of the direct access points on the ground floor brings you to a calming and replenishing space that provides uninterrupted harbour views, this space can be enjoyed from a number of seating areas each framing different harbour views, outside you will also find a well-placed hot tub, a drop down deck with glass balustrading as well as a secret garden area and splendid rear courtyard. The gardens provide a lush choice of mature planting to include Hydrangeas, Rhododendrons, Berberis hedging, Fuchsia, Camellia, Acer, Cherry trees and a stunning Boston Ivy in the courtyard area. A small standalone studio can be found on the western elevation which also captures superb views.

      The recently constructed three storey parking platform provides so much more if desired, it is powered and plumbed for services, underfloor heating and has potential to be a self-contained area for visiting guests subject to planning. The views from this building are equally as impressive as the main house.

      The Upper Deck comes to the open market posing as a rare opportunity to purchase a high quality coastal Cork property.

      Contact us today to arrange your individual viewing.

      Distance from:

      Cork International Airport: 25 minutes' drive
      Cork City Centre: 25 minutes' drive
      Royal Cork Yacht Club: 10 minutes' walk
      Camden Fort: 5 minutes' walk

      BER Details - BER E1 - BER No.112502497 - Energy Performance Indicator: 317.5 kWh/M2/yr

    Local information

    • Crosshaven is home to The Royal Cork Yacht Club which is the world's oldest yacht club founded in 1720.
    • It is the organiser of the biennial Cork Week, widely regarded as Europe's premier sailing event & part of the Cork 300 celebrations in 2020, the Royal Cork Yacht Club will host 3 major sailing championships.
    • Another close attraction is Camden Fort Meagher which is internationally recognised as being “One of the finest remaining examples of a classical Coastal Artillery Fort in the world”. For almost 400 years the fort played a key role as a strong strategic position for the defence of Ireland, the west coast of England and Wales. More than half of the fort is located underground in a labyrinth of tunnels and chambers. The fort is a prime location to watch ships passing through Cork Harbour, the second largest natural harbour in the world.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Cork City, make your way through Carrigaline and on to the Crosshaven road (R612). Upon reaching Crosshaven, take your first exit at the roundabout outside Cronin's Bar and follow the Point road passing the Boatyard on your left hand side. Continue straight towards the end of the Point Road. The upper Deck is the last house on your left-hand side. With sliding teak double electric gates. Eir Code: P43 HD28