This is a rare treat in the current climate.
With house prices rocketing across the country, particularly in Munster, a first-time-buyer-friendly home with tons of personality has hit the market in Midleton.
Thoughtfully designed as an upside-down house to make use of the double-height ceiling on the first floor, No. 62 The Stables, on Mill Road, Midleton offers open plan living with a New York loft feel and loads of natural light.
Another plus? The asking price. No. 62 just hit the market at (whisper it…) €210,000.
Located in a pretty gated development with private parking, the 950 sq ft property boasts two bedrooms and some lovely features including built-in Sliderobes and herringbone flooring.
“The living area leads to a south/westerly facing balcony overlooking the river.” says agent Kyle Kennedy of Hegarty Properties.
“The location is ideal; a stone’s throw from Supervalu, Tesco, Lidl and Aldi in one direction and Midleton’s Train Station in the other offering frequent services to Cork City.
“Midleton’s Main Street is within a few minutes’ walk offering all essential and social amenities including the popular Neighbourfood Market, which takes place every Thursday evening. This delightful property is sure to appeal to those looking to downsize along with first-time buyers alike.”
Fancy a tour? Call Hegarty Properties to arrange a viewing.