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What can I get in Ireland right now for... under €200,000?
From a luxe Cork apartment to a three-bed on the Sligo coast.

SEARCHING FOR THAT dream home but not quite sure where to start? We have you sorted.

Each week, we look at four homes within a specific price range, across the country.

This week, we’re working at the lower end of the scale, profiling homes that’ll leave you with change from €200,000.

Here’s what’s on offer on the market right now…

Portlaoise, Co Laois — €135,000

Located in Esker Hills, a popular development near the town centre, this three-bedroom home is just five minutes from all of the amenities Portlaoise has to offer, including the local train and bus services.

Inside, the property benefits from gas fired central heating, and has stylish fitted wardrobes throughout the bedrooms. The kitchen is also fully tiled and fitted, and to the rear, there’s a generously sized garden.

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Silversprings, Co Cork — €165,000

Located at garden level, this 2-bedroom apartment boasts a fantastic location just outside Cork city. Perched on an elevated site, the new owners of this apartment will be privy to fantastic views of the River Lee and the city centre.

Closer to hand is the stunning communal space, which is made up of mature trees and manicured gardens. The apartment has plenty of space inside, and the Georgian-inspired aesthetic is impressive, too.

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Sligo, Co Sligo — €195,000

Located on the pleasant sea road near Sligo town, this end-of-terrace home has three bedrooms, with lots of storage space throughout. There’s an open fireplace in the living area, plus a large window which lets lots of light in. Cars can park to the front, and, for extra space, there’s a sizeable attic.

Strandhill is a delightful seafront town, with plenty of amenities and things to do as a family. There are also several schools in the area, and Sligo Institute of Technology is five minutes away by car.

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Portlaoise, Co Laois — €175,000

A sizeable family home located in Maryborough, just outside Portlaoise town, The Dunluce is an excellent investment for those searching in the area. It’s a three-bedroom home, with a large, bespoke kitchen area that gets plenty of light from the double patio doors.

The living room is comfortable and bright, with a picture window to brighten up the space. A tiled bathroom is shared by the three upstairs bedrooms, and outside, there’s a lawned and fully fenced private garden area.

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