Ballincol­lig, Cork €335,000

Irish Examiner - Property & Interiors - - Property -

117sq m (1,267sq ft)


NEW own­ers of No 14, Ayles­bury, can de­cide to keep a rather fine mas­ter bed­room suite as it is, or con­vert the dress­ing room next to it back to a fourth bed­room.

Right now, the two first-floor, rear-fac­ing rooms at No 14 are in­ter­linked with ac­cess to a shower room en suite and a walk-in wardrobe, with two fur­ther bed­rooms to the front, and a bath­room to the side.

At ground level, too, there are op­tions: right now, there’s a play­room to one side in a garage con­ver­sion, and in­ter­linked re­cep­tion rooms to the left, run­ning front to back, with a sep­a­rate kitchen/diner, with rear gar­den ac­cess cur­rently only via the kitchen.

Sell­ing agent, Norma Healy, of Sherry Fitzger­ald prices it at €355,000 and she says the house has been well-kept, while the plain, lawned back gar­den, with con­crete bound­ary fenc­ing, has a small, cute, tim­ber, chalet-style shed for stor­age, or it can be used as an imag­i­na­tive gar­den play­house for chil­dren.

Ayls­bury, which is on the west­ern fringes of Ballincol­lig and was built about 30 years ago, has ma­tured very nicely, with easy ac­cess to the by­pass road now, too.

Much care has been lav­ished on the in­side, says Ms Healy.

VER­DICT: A bit of gar­den plant­ing would give No 14 an ex­tra lift.

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