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

From a seaside Dublin apartment to an elegant four-bed in Wexford.

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ARE YOU TRYING to get a foot on the property ladder, upgrade to a new place, or even downgrade to a more compact home? Whatever you’re in the market for, navigating the world of property can be a difficult feat.

That’s why each Friday, we showcase a selection of homes within a specific budget, to give you a better sense of what your savings could buy you.

This week, we’re looking at homes for €300,000.

Here’s what’s available around the country right now at that price point…

Wexford Town – €299,000

There are four houses remaining in the first release of four-bedroom A-rated homes in Ard na Sláine, a development just off the Newtown Road on an elevated site overlooking the Slaney Estuary, and minutes’ from the M11 and the N25.

The estate is one of the most exclusive in Wexford Town and will appeal to families, retirees and young professionals. The showhouse is on view this Saturday from 10am, all priced at €299,000.

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Gorey, Co Wexford – €285,000

Located just 100 metres from the Gorey to Wexford road between the picturesque village of Oulart and the popular Wells House & Gardens, this four-bedroom house contains triple-glazed windows, air-to-water heating and 257 square metres of living space.

The house contains a light-filled kitchen/dining/sunroom area with a bespoke high gloss kitchen, bay windows, four spacious bedrooms (two with en suites), thermostatic power showers, and an office/study.

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Skerries, Co Dublin – €275,000

This two-bedroom apartment is located in Barnageeragh Cove in the seaside enclave of Skerries, Co Dublin, and comprises of entrance hall, large open-plan living/dining/kitchen, family bathroom, two spacious bedrooms and an en-suite.

The ground floor apartment also contains a private rear patio area, solar panel heating, high-gloss wardrobes, eco-therm aluminium windows, a kitchen by McNally Living and an A-rated gas condensing boiler for central heating.

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Castletroy, Co Limerick –  €275,000

Upon entering these four bedroom homes in Caislean na hAbhainn, prospective owners will be greeted by nine foot ceilings, a winding open hallway with French doors and a state-of-the-art Samsung air-to-water heat pump central heating system.

Tastefully decorated, these A3-rated homes extend to an impressive 1553 square feet, arranged over three floors and according to the developers, are the largest semi-detached new homes in Limerick city.

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Read more: What can I get around Ireland for… €200,000 or so?

Read more: What can I get around Ireland for… €400,000 or less?

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