An 18th-century view of Cork city
Published 13/12/2013 | 19:00
ONE of Cork city's oldest terraces at Nicholas Street is the location for a remarkable historic home with city rooftop views to die for.
The three-bedroom terrace home at number 32 is stone-fronted and offers 1,248 sq ft over three levels along with a basement storage area.
But the best feature here is the top-floor bedroom which has its own balcony raised high on a hilltop aspect and offers and eagle's eye views of the rooftops and church spirals of the lively Leeside city. There's an entrance hall, living room and kitchen and also a nursery.
All original features are intact, including the fireplaces, staircase, wooden floors, coving and even the window shutters. There's also a 47 ft long rear stone-walled garden.
The house is obviously well placed to avail of the very best of the city's pubs, clubs and restaurants and within reach of all the main transport links.
Sherry FitzGerald (021 427 3041) seeks offers in the order of €190,000.