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You can now make offers online for this three-bed family home in Arklow, Co Wicklow
9 Abbey Street has an asking price of €210,000.

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A terraced home in the pretty Wicklow town of Arklow, 9 Abbey Street is a great family home in one of Ireland’s most scenic counties that also has great access to the capital.

The asking price for this home is €210,000 and Offers by Daft are now live on this property, meaning you can place and track offers in real time, from anywhere. This new online platforms creates a fair and transparent process so that buyers can make decisions with confidence.   

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For sale by Private Treaty through Jonathan Jordan of OnlineEstateAgent.ie, this 72 m² house enjoys everything that’s needed for daily family life both inside as well as out, from off-street parking and a back garden to three spacious bedrooms and a large shared bathroom.

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In terms of cosiness, the house has a gas central heating system and PVC windows and doors for great air tightness and little in the way of draughts. 

Arklow town, a community that has plenty of schools, shops, restaurants and even a rail service for handy access to Dublin, is within walking distance, which adds even more positives to this home.

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For remote or hybrid workers with HQs in Dublin, the Garden of Ireland is a great option for those looking for a change of pace in a guaranteed pretty setting. 

9 Abbey Street, Arklow, Co Wicklow is on the market for €210,000 through Jonathan Jordan of OnlineEstateAgent.ie.

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