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What can I get around Ireland for... under €200,000?

Our pick of high-quality, low-cost homes from around Ireland.

GETTING ON THE property ladder can be difficult, as can finding a new home that’s within your budget. That’s why, each week, we review four homes within a certain price range, so you can figure out how much your money is worth in today’s market.

This week, we’re taking a look at four homes well under the average cost of a home. Check out these four properties, all of which will leave you with change from €200,000

Tallaght, Co Dublin — €190,000

This two-bedroom apartment on Marlfield Terrace is a steal – it’s less than an hour from Dublin city, and the Luas is just a five-minute drive away.

The apartment’s open-plan design makes for bright and spacious living, and both bedrooms have ample fitted wardrobe space. Outside, it also boasts two patios for relaxing or entertaining, and there’s underground parking too.

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Midleton, Co Cork — €195,000

Coming to the market in turn-key condition, 14 Castlemanor Crescent is a three-bedroom family home that boasts a number of great amenities, including a large garden and lots of parking space.

An L-shaped kitchen is home to integrated appliances that are included in the sale, and the home also has attic and shed access for extra storage. The property is close to the villages of Castlemartyr and Midleton, and is a 30 minute drive from Cork city.

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Wellington Bridge, Co Wexford — €195,000

Set amongst manicured lawns and mature trees, this property is a delightful countryside retreat with three spacious bedrooms and plenty of space. Situated 15 minutes outside Wexford town, this home is also very handy for a wealth of necessities.

Inside, there’s a lovely sandstone fireplace in the living room, and a Galley-style kitchen with lots of fitted storage space. There’s also an outhouse at the back, though this is in need of repair.

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Caherdaniel, Co Kerry — €199,000

Looking for a bit of escapism in your new home? Look no further. Caherdaniel is located on the Ring of Kerry, and so this property is afforded panoramic sea views and views of  Kenmare Bay from every room.

Located just 400m from the beach, this two-bedroom property also sits on 8.3 acres of land, so it’s a lovely, tranquil place to be. Standing since the 1800s, the property is nonetheless cosy, thanks to the living room’s open fireplace.

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More: What can I get for… the average price tag of an Irish house?

More: What can I get in Ireland right now for…€200,000 or less?

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