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Price comparison: What will €500,000 buy me around Co Cork?

From views over Roaringwater Bay, to character-filled homes in Cobh.

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GETTING TO GRIPS with a fast-changing property market is tricky, but we’re here to make things simpler.

Each week, we handpick a number of homes within a similar budget, to give you a snapshot of the property landscape at a particular price point.

This week, we’re looking at properties in Co Cork with an asking price of exactly €500,000.

Rossbrin: Four-bed bungalow

Set on a 0.74 acre south-facing site, this four-bed home enjoys views of Roaringwater Bay and its islands from every room. It features a charming and character-filled interior with reclaimed antique mahogany parquet flooring, a solid fuel stove and large windows to maximise the beautiful views. The site includes a raised patio area, landscaped lawns and mature trees and shrubbery.

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Cobh: Four-bed detached

Located on an elevated site of 0.3 acres, 3 Mount Eaton is an eye-catching property with beautiful views of Cork Harbour. The four-bed house was built in 2001 and spans 2,100 sq ft of warm and welcoming accommodation. There’s a large decking area to the rear, while a patio to the west side of the property enjoys the afternoon sun. Cobh town is a 20-minute walk away.

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Glounthaune: Four-bed detached

Tucked away on a mature site of 0.8 acres, this four-bed family home has plenty of appeal. Built in 1960, the accommodation is well-kept and benefits from features including parquet timber flooring, feature fireplaces and a kitchen extension. There are neat lawns and patios surrounding the property, while wooden steps lead to a separate large private garden. 

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Cobh: Four-bed detached

With schools, sports clubs and a wide selection of public amenities within walking distance, 11 Seafield Avenue is an attractive family home. There’s a spacious driveway to the front, while the rear garden is south facing and includes a patio area and lawn area. The interior is well-maintained and – with a few modern additions – has the potential to be even more appealing. 

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