11 Cherry Orchard,
Broomfield Village, Midleton, P25C825
3 Bed Duplex Apartment
Asking price €235,000
Asking price €235,000
- Designated parking spot
- Private balcony
- Double glazed windows doors
- Modern duplex with storage in abundance
- Excellent location
- BER: B3
- Close to all amenities in Midleton town Centre
- Easy commute to Cork City
- Management fee applicable
Sherry FitzGerald O Donovan present for sale this modern and spacious three bed duplex apartment situated in the popular Broomfield Development.
The accommodation within is very well appointed and comprises of an entrance hall, living room, spacious kitchen/dining room, guest W.C. to the entry level, on the upper floor you will find two double bedrooms one of which is ensuite, a further single bedroom and a bathroom.
This apartment comprises of an excellent combination of both living and bedroom accommodation and is ideally located close to all services in Midleton Town Centre, whilst it also within close proximity to Midleton Railway Station and the Northern Relief Road offering easy access to Cork city.
This property is an ideal starter home or would be very attractive as an investment!
Early viewings are recommended! Ground floor
Entrance Hall 5.16m x 2.07m Welcoming hallway, wooden flooring throughout.
Living Room Attractive gas fireplace with marble surround and carpeted throughout.
Kitchen/Dining Room Lino flooring, modern fitted kitchen units, centre lights, sliding patio door to balcony.
W.C. Two piece tiled w.c.
Landing 3.08m x 2.13m Carpeted
Bathroom Three piece lino bathroom
Bedroom 2 Bright and spacious, built in wardrobe units and carpeted throughout.
Master Bedroom Bright and spacious, built in wardrobe units and carpeted throughout.
En-Suite Three piece tiled en-suite
Bedroom 3 Bright and spacious, built in wardrobe units and carpeted throughout.
BER Number: 116555970
Energy Performance Indicator: 140.14
Midleton (pop. 3,798), 11 miles from Cork City on the N25, is the main market town for the East Cork region, and serves a prosperous agricultural hinterland. The town has a long history, dating back to the foundation of a Cistercian monastery in the 12th century. Today the town is probably best known for its whiskey, distilled here since 1825. You can learn all about the history of Irish whiskey and see how it was made in the Jameson Heritage Centre sited in the beautifully restored old distillery buildings. Midleton is also known for good restaurants and food. Not far from Midleton, near the village of Shanagarry is the famous Ballymaloe cooking school.
BER Rating: B3
BER No.: 116555970
Energy Performance Indicator: 140.14 kWh/m²/yr