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What can I get in Ireland for... around €300,000?

From a Co Wexford escape to a stylish Cork four-bed.

ON THE HUNT for that perfect new home, but sticking closely to your budget? Help is at hand. We take a look at what’s available around Ireland within a certain price range every week, to help you get the best bang for your buck.

Today, we’re looking at homes in and around €300,000, from the sunny-south east to the Rebel County.

Mornington, Co Meath — €287,500

Maydenhayes, a new development near Drogheda, has only five units remaining and is open for viewing this Friday and Saturday, so you’ll have to act fast. The spacious three-beds offer two double bedrooms and a single; and the master bedroom has en-suite access.

There’s a large kitchen that gets plenty of light through adjacent patio doors, and a seperate lounge with plenty of space for relaxation. Maydenhayes is also an excellent choice for commuters, as drivers can be in Dublin city in 40 minutes.

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Midleton, Co Cork — €290,000

This four-bed semi-detached home has one of the best locations Cork has to offer. Access to the city is easy, but the surroundings here are tranquil. The home has a variety of modern features, from a wood-burning stove to a Stira giving access to a partially floored attic.

Built in 2014, this property includes all its appliances – as well as a garden shed – in its sale.

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Bettystown, Co Meath — €295,000

Just a ten minute walk from the seafront, these four-bedroom homes in the new Eastham Square development boast a truly special location. These coastal homes are nearby the bustling towns of Bettystown and Drogheda, each with a host of amenities – including an amusement park!

Inside, Eastham Square homes are bright and airy, with plenty of storage space – they’re an ideal choice for new families or first-time buyers. Regardless of which model you choose, you’ll get a sunlit kitchen/dining area, and fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms.

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Tagoat, Co Wexford — €310,000

Coming to market in pristine condition, this four-bed bungalow offers serious storage space and open-plan living to its new owners. A sizeable kitchen/dining area leads to a comfortable lounge room, and there’s a large detached garage outside, too.

The property is a mere 20-minute drive from Wexford town, and just a few moments from the picturesque lakes at Our Lady’s Island.

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