The Sunflowers, 8 Annabella Court,
Kennel Hill, Mallow, P51CX6C
6 Bed House
Asking price €425,000
Asking price €425,000
- Gas fire Central heating
- High Energy Rating of B2
- Detached Garage
- Within walking distance of Mallow Town centre
- 5 minute walk from Mallow Train Station
- Great commuter Property
Situated in a much sought-after area, this property is ideally positioned for those seeking both convenience and tranquility. A ten-minute walk will take you to Mallow town center ensuring easy access to a range of amenities. Additionally, the property is just a five-minute walk from Mallow train station making it an excellent choice for commuters. It is also within easy access to Cork, Limerick and Killarney.
For nature enthusiasts, the ever-popular River bank walk and Mallow Park are within a stone's throw offering picturesque settings for leisurely strolls or outdoor activities.
Overall, this spacious property would make an ideal family home with its convenient location making it an appealing choice for a variety of buyers.
A viewing comes highly recommended and by appointment only with sole selling agents Sherry FitzGerald O Donovan. Entrance Hall 4.9m x 1.9m Laminate flooring.
Sitting Room 4.63m x 4.6m Solid Wood Flooring. Feature bay window. Stove with feature marble surround.
Kitchen/Dining 5.2m x 4.42m Tiled Floor & Splash-back. Fully Fitted Kitchen.
Utility Room 2.15m x 3.43m Tiled Floor. Fully Fitted units. Plumbed for Washing machine and Dryer. Door to the rear.
Bedroom 1 3.65m x 3.56m Solid Wood Flooring.
Bathroom 2.56m x 1.34m Timber Floor. Toilet, Whb and Electric Shower.
Bedroom 2 4.11m x 3.41m Wood Flooring.
En-Suite 1.57m x 2.05m Timber Floor. Tiled Wall, Shower, Whb and Toilet.
Bedroom 3 3.83m x 3.6m Timber Floor.
Bedroom 4 3.9m x 6.5m Timber Flooring.
Walk In Robe. 2.47m x 1.57m Timber Flooring.
Bedroom 5 3.24m x 3.9m Carpet.
Bedroom 6 3.83m x 3.6m Timber Floor.
BER Number: 101256345
Energy Performance Indicator: 118.59
Mallow is the largest town along the Blackwater valley; founded in the late 16th century when the Earl of Desmond built a castle to protect the river crossing. The town is sometimes called the crossroads of Munster due to its position on the junction of roads to Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Limerick and Killarney. It's also been identified as a regional hub in the Government's National Spatial Strategy so is likely to grow even more in the future. Mallow has a large sugar industry processing sugar beet from all over the midlands.
BER Rating: B2
BER No.: 101256345
Energy Performance Indicator: 118.59 kWh/m²/yr