Sun­day’s Well, Cork €275,000

Irish Examiner - Property & Interiors - - Property -

74sq m (800sq ft)


LAND­SCAPE Ter­race is one of those spots that once vis­ited, they are al­ways re­mem­bered...even if not ex­actly or ac­cu­rately.

Since a spread­ing gi­ant ch­est­nut tree had to be re­moved by its en­trance, the now more vis­i­ble Land­scape Ter­race is a Ge­or­gian run of part-slate hung ter­raced homes at the top of Wy­ses Hill and the start of Sun­day’s Well Road. Views are panoramic over the city’s older sec­tion and steeples: it’s lit­tle won­der the neigh­bour­ing homes are called Panorama Ter­race.

Likely to ap­peal to a FTB, a trader-down, or a trader-in is No 5 Land­scape Ter­race, as the end-run home has about 800sq ft of liv­ing space, with a cou­ple of well-sized rooms.

It was a bit grander up to sev­eral years ago, as it was part of the ad­join­ing No 4, but it was di­vided off and now its ac­cess is at the end of the ter­race and around to the side.

Sell­ing agent Michael O’dono­van of Sav­ills guides at €275,000 and says it’s de­cep­tively spa­cious, with nicely pro­por­tioned main liv­ing room and prin­ci­pal, south­fac­ing bed­room. Ex­ter­nally, there’s com­mu­nal park­ing at the en­trance to the ter­race, No 5 has a small front lawn and deck­ing with views. Be­hind is a yard with ac­cess to Sun­day’s Well Av­enue and glimpsed also to the back is an at­trac­tive pe­riod home in the throes of a full restora­tion project.

VER­DICT: A quirky buy.

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