Donoughmore Cross, Donoughmore, Co. Cork
Finance this property
Find out more about financing this property with Bank of IrelandMore information
- For Sale by Private Treaty
Sale agreed date: 17 November 2014
Property Description:A really good no nonsense, family home extending to circa 3,900 sq ft.
Initially built in 1983, it has be architecturally extended and interiorly designed and decorated in the recent past.
The house faces south with most of its garden to the back and side, set behind a high wall to the front, it is extensively private.
There is not a mean room here from the main reception 16'0'' x 21'0'' to a sitting room 14'0'' x 29'0'' with solid antique maple flooring in the main.
On purchasing this fine home, there will be nothing for its new owners to do - other than unpack, unwind and enjoy their new surroundings. The entrance hall and reception area creates a great first impression on entry to the house. The black and white chequered tiles, polished solid maple floor along with a central marble fireplace really gives this house an edge. The rooms on the ground floor are spacious, warm and tastefully decorated consisting of foyer, reception rooms, living and sitting rooms, kitchen and utility room, two guest bedrooms, guest toilet and office. And upstairs there are four large bedrooms one en-suite and three with walk in robes, shower room and walk in linen room and generous attic storage (some floored and wired for lighting) accessed from each room.
- White PVC glazed windows and external doors except the front door.
- Oil fired central heating
- Tarmacadam driveway and back of house
- Wrought Iron entrance gates
- Large Steel shed approx. 30ft x 15ft. Concrete base, ESB.
- Timber Storage shed approx 10ft x 8 ft
- Mains water & sewer
The gardens are professionally landscaped with a vast variety of plants, shrubs and trees and a two tiered pond with cascading water. Although the exterior's a bit bereft of colour right now after such a bracing winter, there's a lot of stuff getting ready to burst into life in the next few months. There is a two tiered paved patio area surrounded by Trellis accessed by the double doors from the main sitting room.
Situated in the heart of Donoughmore village and set on a site of circa half acre is a circa 3,900 sq ft dormer bungalow, just a gentle walk from all amenities, primary school, shop, post office, church, garda station and community halls and playing pitches. There is a daily bus service to Cork city and a bus offering a choice to and from Coachford and Blarney secondary schools.
An active and strong all encompassing community spirit is evident by the vast modern multi sports facilities in Donoughmore parish.
From Blarney, travel towards Tower for about ½ miles. Take a turn right at the Shournagh line (sign posted Donoughmore) drive to Donoughmore Village. Sign on property.
Reception Room 16'0 x 21'6
21'0 x 14'0 Spacious reception room with pine beams, dado rail, ceiling cornicing, and inset lighting. A black marble fireplace with an over mantle, cast iron & tile inset and gas fire and over mantle.
14'0 x 27'0 Unique room with bay windows and ceiling cornicing. Built in book cases, black cast iron fireplace with tile inside set against a distinctive white chimney breast background.
Main Living Room 19'0 x 27'0 Warm colour walls, furnishings and lighting, centrally positioned Victorian white marble fire place with cast iron inset (solid fuel) and bay windows is altogether a cohesive feel. Antique maple flooring, corniced ceiling, central patio doors.
17'0 x 17'0
old world style with red quarry type tile floor, Oil-fired Rayburn double plated cooker, country- style pine units and food storage corner unit, pine dresser, settle, pelmets, kitchen table & chairs and gingham curtains, Belfast sink, distinctive green tiled counter top, gas cooker and dishwasher .
13'0 x 9'0
A generous sized utility room complete with solid wood fitted painted wall and floor storage units. Tiled floor. Washer, dryer, large fridge freezer.
11'0 x 11'0
Warm colour wall shade, white doors, ceiling and cornicing, solid maple floor, dark furnishing, built in wooden dresser.
Guest Bedroom 16'0 x 14'0
Light filled mixture of white and dark shades, solid maple floor. Built in unit.
Guest Bedroom Ensuite 9' x 7'
Double shower fully tiled, whb, toilet and fittings
Guest W.C. 8' X 7' Maple floor and insert lighting
11'6 x 10'
Solid maple floor, built in shelving /storage, generous sockets (wifi available throughout the house) insert lighting.
22' x 14'2 Well lit with views to the garden. Warm pink, mushroom carpet. King size brass/white bed frame. Matching bedside tables and chest of drawers. Soft furnishing completes the room.
En-suite 11'10'' x 11'
Free standing bath, shower cubicle, Whb, toilet and fittings. Radiator.
closet 10'6" x 7'0"
Fully fitted hanging and shelving units, radiator.
Walk in Linen
closet 6'6" x4'6"
16'8'' x 15'
Carpet flooring, 3 double sockets. Walk in Robe 5'8" X 3'10" with built in robe and shelving, radiator, curtains shelving
16' x 13'
Timber floor, built in book shelves and study desk, curtains 3 double sockets and TV point. Walk in robe 6'0" X 4'0" with built in robe and shelving Built in book shelves and study desk
14'6'' x 10'
Carpet with a complete matching teenagers bedroom suite, bunk style bed with desk underneath bed)
20' x 11'
20' x 11' Shower Room
Fixtures and fittings:
Only those mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale. All others including garden ornaments, statuary, and furniture are expressly excluded however available by separate negotiation.
Joint Selling Agents:
Daniel Fleming Auctioneers Ltd, Sunberry, Blarney, Co Cork 021 4385524
ERA Downey McCarthy, 8 South Mall Cork 021 6017158
- The gardens are professionally landscaped with a vast variety of plants, shrubs and trees and a two tiered pond with cascading water.
- Situated in the heart of Donoughmore village and set on a site of circa half acre is a circa 3,900 sq ft dormer bungalow
- On purchasing this fine home, there will be nothing for its new owners to do - other than unpack, unwind and enjoy their new surroundings.
- Initially built in 1983, it has be architecturally extended and interiorly designed and decorated in the recent past.
Daft Property Shortcode:http://www.daft.ie/1735545
Date Entered/Renewed:17/11/2014 (103 days ago)
Map Legend:Exact location match
Nearby Areas:Kilcolman, Rylane, Aghabullogue, Rylane Cross, Berrings
Stamp Duty: This residential property is in the €1 - €1,000,000 price bracket, therefore the following stamp duty applies:
For a full explanation see our Stamp duty page.