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2 An Goirtin, Cul Ard, Carrigtwohill
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3 Bed House Mayfield CorkGas Fired Central HeatingDouble Glazed WindowsOff street parkingPrivate yard to rear
Price:€180,000
Location:Ireland
Size:0
Nearest Airport:Cork
Bedrooms:3
Jack French & Associates are delighted to offer this quality terraced property to the market. Equally suitable to an owner occupier or investor. This bright, airy property has been very well maintained throughout and move in ready. Accommodation consists of the following; GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hallway's: 8' X 5'3" and 10' X 2' 10" Light filled spacious entrance hall with Laminated wood floor. Toilet: 4' 6" X 3' 0" Living Room: 15' 0" X 9' 0" Kitchen 14' 0" X 9' 3" UPSTAIRS Landing: 6' 0" X 8' 0" Hotpress: 2' 6" X 2' 2" Bathroom: 5' 10" X 7' 9" Bedroom 1: 15' 5" x 7' 6" Bedroom 2: 12' 0" X 8' 8" Bedroom 3: 11' 4" X 7' 4" The property is located in a quiet residential area close to every possible amenity such as schools, shops, church, library and public transport. This is an ideal starter home and is move-in ready for immediate occupancy. There is off street parking on this quiet residential road as well as a generous sized yard to the rear. The central location of the property will ensure that there will be a high level of interest in the property and early viewing is recommended to avoid disappointment.
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As the housing shortage worsens, Irish developers have started picking up the pace Housing completions rose by about one-fifth in the second quarter of the year. Paul O'Donoghue, FORA, 06/09/2016 ............................................. How Brexit will affect Irish Property.............. Philip Farrell Irish Independent 03/07/2016 The most over-used word in the English language over recent weeks has been Brexit. It is simply impossible at this juncture to assess what is going to happen. There are too many factors outside our control. From a property perspective, the job at hand is to limit the damage to the sector and identify how we as a nation can benefit. What are the views of prominent players in the industry here? ............................................... John McCartney Chief economist, Savills "Brexit will lead to slower growth in the economy here. This suggests weaker jobs and earnings growth which, all else remaining equal, should lead to slower house price inflation than would otherwise have been the case. Weaker sterling - which was immediately evident following the Brexit announcement - may also impact negatively as this makes it more expensive for UK buyers to purchase in Ireland. ............................................... ............................................... Jack French & Associates is regulated by the Property Services Regulatory Authority. Licence No. 002121