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Take 4: Homes for every budget around Ireland
Here is our pick of properties from €250,000… up to €1 million.

GETTING INTO THE property market can be a daunting experience. Here we try and make it a bit easier – and bring you four of the best properties on the market around the country this week.

Under €250,000

Bohermore, Co Galway – €250,000 

This house is located a short walk away from Eyre Square – a large public park in the centre of Galway city. The local area offers access to all of the relevant amenities – including shops, schools and a range of sports and leisure facilities.

The home itself has three bedrooms on the second floor, one of which comes as an en-suite. It has been refurbished and is said to be in “show house condition” throughout. It also has its own private gardens to the front and the rear.

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Under €500,000

Navan Road, Dublin – €430,000 

Just out past the increasingly gentrified Stoneybatter, this home just off of the Navan Road still has great access to the city centre and offers a bit more space than what potential buyers might get in a more central location.

The house itself has four “good-sized” bedrooms – one of which comes en-suite. It has its own off-street parking and is on the market in turn-key condition.

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Under €750,000

Douglas, Cork – €600,000

This home, known as ‘Hillcrest’, is a short walk from the amenities contained in Douglas village. The area of Douglas straddles the boundary between Cork city and County Cork and has a population of around 25,000.

This four-bedroom comes onto the market with what it calls “expensive extras”. Its heating system works off of a central gas combined with a back boiler. It has a large west-facing patio area and its pantry has its own wine-cooling unit.

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Under €1 million

Stepaside, Dublin – €850,000

Located at the bottom of the Dublin mountains, this house has gardens of 0.2 acres – leaving room for expansion. These are landscaped and extend to the front and the rear of the property, also affording space for off-street parking.

Three of the house’s four bedrooms are large doubles with built-in wardrobes. The dining room area comes with a solid-wood floor and a solid-fuel stove which, along with its red-brick surround, is said to serve as an “attractive focal point in the room”.

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Read: New home building across Ireland has pulled into the slow lane

Also: ‘The banks weren’t showing compassion, they were waiting for an increase in property prices’

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