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What can I get for... the average price tag of an Irish house?

According to, that figure stands at €247,000. So what’s on offer?

ACCORDING TO THE latest data from the quarterly housing report, the average price of a home in Ireland is €247,000.

With that in mind, this week we’re bringing you a hand-picked selection of four homes in and around this price point – from a luxe Dublin apartment to a detached Wexford four-bed.

Rochestown, Co Cork — €250,000

Number 44 Clonlea is a mid-terrace home that would suit a small family. It comes to the market in great condition, with an excellent location to boot. It has a large living space that runs the entire width of the house, as well as a spacious, fitted kitchen.

The two-bedroom property is close to Douglas village, and there are several bus stops in the vicinity. Travel time to Cork city is less than 15 minutes.

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Rahoon, Co Galway — €250,000

On sale by auction next month, 24 Rockfield Park is a semi-detached home on a large site, with three bedrooms – making it a perfect family home. There is timber flooring throughout the open-plan ground floor, as well as in the upstairs bedrooms.

The home features off-street parking, and is located in the sought-after Rahoon area – a five-minute drive from Galway city. Viewings take place every Wednesday and Saturday until April 18.

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Kilmainham, Dublin 8 — €250,000

Apartment living in Dublin city for €250k is a steal, and this Kilmainham one-bed is no exception. Set in the luxurious Kilmainham Square development, this property features engineered walnut flooring, a fully integrated kitchen, and built-in wardrobes in the bedroom.

The development has many amenities and is right next to Kilmainham Gaol – underground parking is included with the purchase. The LUAS is nearby, and the concourse also has Dublin Bikes for any cycling fans.

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Wexford Town, Co Wexford — €250,000

Part of Ard Uisce, a new development overlooking Wexford town, this four-bedroom, fully detached property offers comfort, style and affordability. Located a ten-minute drive away from the town centre, the property also has an A3 BER for optimum energy saving.

The open-plan design of the property gives it a spacious feel, particularly in the kitchen, where sliding double doors open to the large garden. Upstairs, the master bedroom has access to an en-suite bathroom and large windows.

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More: What can I get in Ireland right now for…€200,000 or less?

More: What can I get in Ireland right now for… under €250,000?

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