Savills is delighted to introduce 30 Sheare's Park, a charming three bedroom end of terrace property, situated in one of Cork City's most sought-after residential locations.
This property has been recently renovated to a superb standard with energy efficient and modern features throughout.
Upon entering, you will find a large entrance hallway. Straight ahead, you will find an open plan style kitchen living and dining room with a double door opening to the garden. A large and convenient utility room is accessed just off the hallway and presents as superb storage in addition to a laundry room. Returning to the entrance hallway, you will find bedroom one on your left-hand side. This is a double room with built-in floor to ceiling wardrobes. A shower room makes up the remainder of the ground floor.
Making your way upstairs, you will find two more double bedrooms. Both are double rooms with built-in wardrobes. A large main bathroom makes up the remainder of the first floor and is fully tiled and comes with a modern bathroom suite.
Externally this property continues to amaze. The rear yard is low maintenance and suitable for outdoor dining and entertaining with a lovely west facing aspect. The front is large and paved and can comfortably accommodate four cars. Front and back are connected with a convenient and gated side access path.
Sheare's Park sits in a most wonderful location with all amenities on its doorstep. The CUH, UCC and Wilton shopping centre are all within walking distance. Numerous other businesses, restaurants, shops schools and sport clubs surround this wonderful community, while a bus route is a stroll away. This is an ideal first time buy or investment opportunity in one of Cork's prime residential locations.
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BER No: C2
BER Number: 103057352
Energy Performance Indicator: 197.9 kWh/m²/yr
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(021) 427 1371 or email:email@example.com
BER Details - BER C2 - BER No.103057352 - Energy Performance Indicator: 197.9 kWh/M2/yr