End of Terrace period dwelling in historic square

End of Terrace period dwelling in historic square

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is a 3 story over basement end of terrace period dwelling in a historic square.The house dates back to 1835 and was originaly built as an Army Barracks. The lounge and the kitchen are on the ground floor and the master bedroom is on the 1st floor with 3 single rooms on the 2nd floor.The kitchen opens out to a garden at the side and the basement opens out on to a yard.

The square is of the very few Victorian squares left in Cork. It has large green areas which are great for the children to play in safely.

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Who we are

  1. My name is Jim and my wife's name is Margaret . We have 2 daughters, 14 and 9 I work in Insurance and Margaret is a nurse..We have done 5 very enjoyable house swaps to France, Lucerne, Sweden, Madraid and Copenhagen

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We live in a quiet square only a 20 minute walk through The local university from Cork City.Cork has excellent shopping with both local and multiple outlets. There are also numourous pubs and restaurants.

The are also plenty beaches within an hours drive as are the quaint towns of West Cork. The well known tourist towns of Kinsale and Killarney are also nearby. The famous Blarney Stone is only 20 minutes away as is Fota Wildlife park and Blackrock Castle.

You can also visit the Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, Dingle, Cape Clear,Rock Of Cashel and Garnish Island on day trips.

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