In­nis­han­non, Cork €480,000

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181 sqm (1,950 sq ft)


MAK­ING waves when launched in the mid to late 1990s, the Spire de­vel­op­ment above In­nis­han­non vil­lage west of Cork city has con­tin­ued to hold buyer ap­peal ever since.

The scheme of sev­eral dozen de­tacheds, by lo­cal builder Fachtna Crow­ley, was noted for a range of dormer house types, on good sites, and all have ma­tured well in the decades since.

Re­sales are rare, says Lawrence Sweeney of Sav­ills as he bring No 7 The Spires to mar­ket this week at a guide of €480,000. The Price Reg­is­ter shows five re­sales since 2010, all in the €400k+ price range, with No 18 mak­ing €470,000 in re­cent months.

In very good or­der, No7 has two ground­floor bed­rooms and three more over­head, one with en suite, two re­cep­tions plus study, kitchen/din­ing over­look­ing the south­fac­ing back gar­den and pa­tio, done in In­dian sand­stone.

He’s do­ing an open view on Tues­day at 5pm and notes “we al­ways get a large num­ber of en­quiries from peo­ple want­ing to live in the area. We are sell­ing the Rose­wood Manor es­tate also in In­nis­han­non cur­rently and there is only one re­main­ing at this stage. It’s a much big­ger, brand new house (2,560 sq ft) is avail­able at €595,000 — but No7 The Spires de­liv­ers an in­stant home with all the trim­mings.”

VER­DICT: Pop­u­lar trad­ing-up lo­ca­tion

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