Looking for a storybook hideaway?
If you’d like to live the country life but you still need easy access to the city, schools and shops, there’s a property where you could begin your next chapter on the market in Carrigtwohill.
A charming, two-bedroom detached stone cottage built around 1909, The Cottage, Brambleton, Terrysland boasts a cute address and an adorable red-brick facade straight off a jam pot label.
And you could probably produce your very own little line of jam from the gardens; to the rear of the house, you’ll find apple, plum, and fig trees, as well as blueberry, raspberry, loganberry, and red currant bushes.
Guiding at €235,000, the property features a sitting room with a red brick hearth and stove, a bright kitchen, two bedrooms, and a bathroom. Outside there is also a patio area, garden shed, and raised beds ready for the season’s vegetables.
“Whilst requiring modernisation and refurbishment, this property would suit a purchaser who wishes to put their own stamp on something a little different.” says auctioneer Adrianna Hegarty.
“The garden is wonderfully secluded with a patio, lawn, mature trees, and shrubbery making it the ideal spot to relax and enjoy the sunshine.
“This property is conveniently located within easy walking distance of Carrigtwohill Village offering excellent schools, bars, restaurants, and recreational facilities. The Dunkettle Interchange is easily accessible within a seven-minute drive and Midleton Town is also within easy reach.”
Ready to live happily ever after at Brambleton? Contact Hegarty Properties to arrange a viewing.