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Five properties to view this weekend outside Dublin… under €480,000

Here are the 5 best properties outside Dublin under €480,000 you can view this weekend.
Jul 2nd 2015, 5:10 PM 3,721 0

GOING OUT HOUSE hunting this weekend? Here are a few properties around the country to get you started.

From a four-bedroom bungalow in Wexford to a three-storey in Cork, this is the best of what’s on offer over the next two days.

Here are five of the best properties on view outside Dublin under €480,000 this weekend…

Property 1 - 7 Clarkes Wood, Mount Oval, Rochestown, Co Cork

Source: Daft

  • Asking price: €480,000
  • Why you should see it…It’s a three-storey four-bedroom detached house with large living and bedroom areas. It’s close to lots of amenities in nearby Douglas village.

Property 2 - St Patrick’s Park, Grange Cove, Dunmore Rd, Waterford City, Co Waterford

Source: Daft

  • Asking price: €395,000
  • Why you should see it… It’s a four-bedroom bungalow with large surrounding grounds that are not overlooked. It’s close to Waterford Regional Hospital, Tesco, Ardkeen shopping complex, local bus routes and a variety of both primary and secondary schools.

Property 3 - 19 Hazel Hall, Monaleen, Co Limerick

Source: Daft

  • Asking price: €380,000
  • Why you should see it… It’s a detached four-bedroom, four-bathroom house close to plenty of amenities as well as Castletroy College, Monaleen National School, The University of Limerick, Plassey Technological Park, Castletroy Shopping Centre, a playground, a park and the N7.

Property 4 - Cotts, Tacumshane, Co Wexford

Source: Daft

  • Asking price: €239,500
  • Why you should see it… It’s a four-bedroom bungalow close to the south-east coastline as well as local schools, shops and churches in nearby Rosslare.

Property 5 - Harristown, Long Lane, Graiguenamanagh, Co Kilkenny

Source: Daft

  • Asking price: €299,000
  • Why you should see it… It’s a detached four-bedroom three-storey house with an attic conversion (for two more bedrooms) situated on its own acre of land, in a very scenic setting.

Read: This picture-perfect Dublin house is fit for a fairytale

Also: Some good news for house hunters, plus the building of the year

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