BELOW the offer at a nice price above the offer price at the time of writing, No 88 Drakes Point has thrown a number of viewers through the doors.
Sales agent Dan Howard of Howard Auctioneers describes the interest as “sharp”.
The energy-efficient semi-D quadruple room on a hill above the picturesque village of Crosshaven is “like a model house,” says Howard.
As part of a development by the O’Flynn Group, which also developed the nearby Brightwater project, the house is only three years old and first sold for € 325,000 in 2018. Mr. Howard says it has an improved kitchen and wardrobes and the loft has flooring.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises a large living room with a wood-burning stove and an open kitchen / dining / living area as well as a toilet and a utility room.
Upstairs, one of four bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom and there is a family bathroom.
The driveway is paved at the front and double doors lead from the kitchen area to a terrace and an enclosed garden behind the house.
The current owners are building on a single family home, and Mr. Howard says interest in No 88 is fueled by the very limited availability of triple and quadruple double rooms within the Drakes Point and Brightwater programs.
A quick sale likely.