Cork’s Daffodil Fields, a perennial favorite as detached, comes with a € 580,000 price tag attached
It’s the kind of annual glory that the inhabitants of Cork’s daffodil fields are well aware of, and it’s a safe bet that more daffodil bulbs than you would normally expect have been planted in this Cork residential development. , even if only to keep the faith with its name and heritage.
The fairly niche estate of 60 houses was built in the late 1990s by Fleming Construction of West Cork as they made an early foray into the city’s housing market, paying off what was then a headline making 100,000 € per acre for the soil.
Also, compared to sales in some of Ballincollig’s other large addresses of four-bed detached houses, the units at No 58 are all two stories, not three like some other projects such as Waltham Abbey, where Ms Healy got 640,000. € for a large detached house. The same Sherry Fitz agent also fetched € 550,000 for a 1,610 square foot secondment at The Close, Coolroe Meadows, above his AMV of € 525,000.
It has three reception rooms (a glass roof, connected to a living room with wood stove, another, at the front is double aspect with an electric stove fire, and above, one of the four bedrooms is en suite.
Location wise, it’s near the Poulevone roundabout, with the Lee Fields and Anglers’ Rest bar and restaurant a few steps in one direction and with town facilities a short walk to the west. , while there is a nearby bus stop on the main road, which is part of the 24-hour 220 service between Carrigaline and Ballincollig.