It’s a little gem.
If you’ve always dreamed of owning your first home in Sunday’s Well, this could be a way to make your dream come true without winning the Euromillions.
Nestled in among the palatial properties and towering mansions of one of Cork’s swankiest neighbourhoods is a little terraced cottage that just hit the market at €125,000.
Built on the slope of Winter’s Hill, the property is small, but it boasts hard wood floors, exposed beams and a small balcony off the kitchen with some lovely views down onto the bridge and over the city.
The one-bedroom, one-bathroom house was built in 1890, so you get a bit of history thrown into the mix, along with a prime location.
Here’s another bit of local lore for you; the name Sunday’s Well is derived from a spring, which, at one time, was supposed to possess miraculous power.
The kitchen could do with an update (a little DIY would work real miracles) but apart from that, it’s a tidy little home in an amazing spot.
On street parking available by obtaining a permit from Cork City Council and the location is a five-minute stroll into town and a stone’s throw from the Franciscan Well.
Fancy a look inside? Talk to agent Glenn O’Connor from DNG Creedon to arrange a viewing.