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A fine family home on edge of ‘Gateway to West Cork’

Monday, 16th October, 2017 5:50pm
A fine family home on edge of ‘Gateway to West Cork’

The home is in a great location, a short stroll from the village.

A fine family home on edge of ‘Gateway to West Cork’

The home is in a great location, a short stroll from the village.

BY EMMA CONNOLLY 

 

A chance to own a family home in what is traditionally regarded as the ‘Gateway to West Cork’ is up for grabs. 

A four-bed home has come on the market at Skevanish, Innishannon, guiding at €300,000. 

The house itself is bright and spacious and is described by selling agent Henry O’Leary as having the potential to live very comfortably in a prime location. 

Views from the property will attract a lot of interest from potential buyers, along with the fact that it’s within an easy commute of the city, while retaining a distinct country vibe. 

The busy village of Innishannon is also just a short, tree-lined stroll away. 

The bedroom accommodation is generously sized with a master ensuite while the living room with an open fire is cosy and positioned to best enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. 

The kitchen is fitted, solid oak and, along with the dining area, this space has been upgraded in recent years. Other living spaces include a study and a utility room, off the kitchen.

Mr O’Leary said: ‘This is a very comfortable four-bedroom family home on the outskirts of the village. The location may well spark an interest but the views will make you want to call it home,’ said Mr O’Leary.

‘This spacious light filled residence represents a wonderful opportunity for growing families to secure a home close to transport, shops and schools,’ he added. 

For more information contact Henry O’Leary Auctioners, Clonakilty at 023 8835959; email property@hol.ie or for a 360 degree interactive tour and floor plans, see http://www.hol.ie/skevanish_details.htm

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