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'A Pearl in a string of Pearls'
Substantial 5 bed Semi-detached Family Home
in this sought after park, minutes walk from the City Centre
39, Sidney Park,
For sale by private treaty with vacant possession
Kitchen / Diningroom:
9.46 x 5.3m
31’6” x 17’9”
Full range of ‘Home Grown Kitchen’ built-in presses and cupboards. Having granite worktops, stainless steel sink, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher and microwave. Granite topped island unit with De Dietrich gas hob, and extractor fan.
With bi-folding doors to Rear patio.
Guest / 5th Bedroom:
3.85 x 2.81m
13’4” x 9’3”
With window overlooking patio, powerpoints and TV point.
Upstairs: Landing area with Hot Press.
Having enclosed shower cubicle and suite of bath, washhand basin and toilet.
The auctioneers recommend the sale of this impressive family home which commands views over the City centre and surrounding countryside.
It has recently been extended and modernised to the highest standards and is tastefully decorated throughout.
It is located within easy walk of the city centre and close by are Primary and Secondary schools, sports facilities, etc and there is easy access to the ring road system
Sidney Park was built by a number of different contractors on lands associated with Sidney House between 1934 and 1943.
Sidney House was the private residence of Samuel Hill, an eminent builder of his time. Sidney House was brought into use as a veterans' hospital after the War of Independence before being demolished in 1934.
Samuel Hill built many impressive buildings including the Cork city Courthouse, Great Southern and Western railway station and the Cork School of Art as well as the Parknasilla Hotel in County Kerry.
He and his wife August Julia had thirteen children according to the 1911 census.