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What can I get in Cork... with a budget of €275,000?

Four family-sized homes, from Glanmire to Ovens.

FINDING A HOME in the right location that also matches your budget can be tricky, but we’re here to make that task easier.

Each week, we’ll zone in on a particular part of Ireland, and handpick four properties within a similar budget, to give you a snapshot of what your money could get you.

This week, we’re looking at properties around Cork with an asking price of exactly €275,000.

Glanmire, Co Cork — €275,000

In Glanmire, a thriving suburb of Cork city, you’ll find a traditional three-bedroom, two-bathroom semi-detached home. It’s located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the Castlejane Woods Development and is in turnkey condition.

Built in 1999, the home has three bedrooms upstairs (one en suite) and benefits from a large back garden with a paved patio area. At the front, there is space for one car to park, and there could be potential for the parking area to be extended to accommodate another vehicle. 

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Ballyvolane, Co Cork — €275,000 

Meanwhile, in Ballyvolane, you’ll manage a bit more square footage for this price tag with this three-bedroom, two-bathroom semi-detached home that measures just over 1400 square feet. The home is situated in the popular suburb of Kinvara, which is easily accessible to Blackpool shopping centre, with both primary and secondary schools within walking distance. 

The family room is extra bright thanks to vaulted ceilings and Velux windows, and the layout is perfect for entertaining, with a bar that separates the kitchen from the dining area.  

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Kilnap, North Cork — €275,000

This four-bedroom, three-bathroom semi-detached home in Kilnap has been extended to add extra space. It has a tarmac driveway to the front and landscaped gardens to the back, which gets evening sunshine and isn’t overlooked by neighbours. The downstairs includes one bedroom that is en suite, as well as the living space, and the upstairs has another en suite bedroom as well as two standard bedrooms.

The city centre is only a five-minute drive away, and the Blackpool shopping centre is close by as well. 

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Ovens, Co Cork — €275,000

Finally, in Ovens, this budget will land you a three-bedroom, two-bathroom semi-detached home overlooking a green area in a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular development of Grange Manor. The house is on a sunny, landscaped southwest-facing rear garden, which is laid with low-maintenance artificial grass.

The living room has a solid fuel stove, and the kitchen overlooks the sunny back garden. The attic space has been converted to full use with lots of build-in wardrobes that offer large amount of storage. 

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