Colbert & Co Estate Agents are grateful for the opportunity to present this stunning home to the open market. Sold only a year ago by Colbert & Co, this investor has totally refurbished this home. Starting with the kitchen which was handmade and hand painted on site. New C5 Laminate flooring was laid throughout the ground floor and even the internal window cills were replaced with new white PVC cills for easy maintenance and longevity.
This home is situated in Lauriston, The Park, a 3-minute walk from Midleton town so all amenities imaginable are available including cinemas, supermarkets, hotel, library, and many award winning restaurants. Nearby are rugby, hurling/football, and soccer clubs, as well as beautiful forest walks. You are also a 1-minute walk from St John the Baptist Primary school and Midleton College, 1 of 3 secondary schools in the town. The transport services from Midleton are excellent with a regular bus service from the main street and a rail service to Cork City only a 10-minute walk from the house. The N25 which connects with the Cork Dublin motorway is very easily accessed.
Hallway 5.0m x 2.0m
C5 Walnut laminate flooring. Double socket. Phone and eircom point.
New sanitary ware. Tiled throughout. Toilet & w.h.b
Front room 5.4m x 4.1m
C5 walnut laminate flooring. Open fire. Antique surround. Bay window with fitted blinds. 3 x double sockets. Tv point.
Kitchen 4.5m x4.4m
Handmade kitchen. Hand painted. 100% copper handles. Induction job. Double Electrolux gotten oven. Fitted whirlpool dishwasher. Fitted whirlpool fridge & freezer. Hand painted island unit. Recessed lighting. C5 walnut laminate flooring. 4 x double sockets (one with USB charger)
Dining area 3.3m x 3.3m
C5 walnut laminate flooring. Double glazed PVC doors leading to rear east facing garden. PVC wire cills. Fitted blinds. 2 x double sockets
Living area 3.9m x 3.3m
C5 walnut laminate flooring, white PVC window cills. Fitted blinds. 2 x double sockets. Tv point and phone point.
Utility area 2.2m x 1.7m
Tiled floor. Newly fitted units. 1 x over counter double socket. PVC door to side entrance. Fitted blinds.
All downstairs doors are new walnut laminate.
Stairs & Landing 2.9m x 2.0m
New carpet flooring. Double socket. Staire to attic.
Bedroom one. 2.7m x 2.8m
C5 Walnut laminate flooring. 2 x double sockets. Fitted blind.
Bedroom two. 3.3m x 2.7m
C5 walnut Lanier flooring. 2 x double sockets. Fitted blind. Fitted wardrobe.
Bathrooom. 2.3m x 1.6m
Newly tiled. Fitted bath. Toilet & w.h.b
Bedroom three. 2.7m x 2.5m
C5 walnut laminate flooring. Double socket. Tv point. Fitted blind.
Bedroom four 4.5m x 3.6m
C5 walnut laminate flooring. Fitted wardrobes. 2 x double sockets. Fitted blind.
Ensuite. 2.3m x 1.1m
Newly tiled throughout. New fitted ware and electric shower. Toilet & w.h.b
Parking to front for 2 cars
Looking into green area
Enclosed rear east facing garden
4 minute walk to Midleton town
2 minute walk to John the Baptist
3 minute walk to Midleton College
There is so much to enjoy in this almost brand new home. Newly fitted bathrooms with fresh tiles, new laminate hung doors on the ground floor, freshly laid carpets on the stairs & landing, new C5 laminate flooring in bedrooms...the list goes on and on. Viewing is a must.
Call our Midleton office now on 021 4639557 to arrange a viewing
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The Local Community
Midleton is a town in Co Cork. It is located in the south-east of the county, around 16km east of Cork City on the Owenacurra River and the N25 road, which connects Cork to the port of Rosslare. A satellite town of Cork City, Midleton is part of Metropolitan Cork. It is the central hub of business for the East Cork Area. Midleton has a growing population, employed locally in retail, light manufacturing, food production, tourism and whiskey distilling. At nearby Whitegate is the state's first gas-fired power station as well as Ireland's only oil refinery. Many Midleton residents also commute to jobs in Cork, Carrigtwohill and Little Island. Traditionally the main commercial and retail area of the town was on the Main Street and this continues to offer varied shopping primarily with local ownership. In recent years the commercial part of Midleton has expanded to the old site of Midleton Mart, now called Market Green. A number of multinational retailers have established themselves in Midleton including Tesco, Lidl, McDonalds, Boots, Aldi and Subway. The Market Green shopping centre is located at the northern end of the town. This includes a five-screen cinema, Tesco and other stores and the Midleton Park Hotel on the other side of Tesco. A locally owned supermarket, Hurley's Super-Valu, is also located at the northern end of the town opposite the so-called 'Gooses Acre'. Lidl, Aldi and McDonalds are located in a new shopping and residential area alongside the river. On Saturdays the park next to SuperValu is the site for the popular Midleton Farmers' Market – one of the first such markets to be established since their renaissance in Ireland. Midleton is also the home of one of Ireland's premier tourist destinations – the Old Midleton Distillery which includes the largest pot-still in the world. In 2015, the large steel scupture Kindred Spirits was installed in Bailic Park. Midleton railway station is on the Cork Suburban Rail Network and is one of two terminus (the other being Cobh) into and out of Cork Kent Railway Station, where passengers can interchange for trains to Dublin and Tralee. Bus Éireann run bus services to and from Midleton. You can get the bus to Ballycotton, Whitegate, Cork City, Waterford, Ballinacurra and Carrigtwohill. There are numerous sports clubs in the area including GAA, rugby, soccer and cricket teams.
Schools in the locality
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