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What can I get around Ireland for... €225,000 or less?

From a rural Waterford cottage to a vast five-bed in Galway.

TRYING TO FIND A new home on a budget can be tough, and we’re here to demystify the process slightly.  Each week, we profile four of the best properties on the market within a certain price range.

This week, we’re looking at pocket-friendly properties that will cost you €225,000 or less.

Here are our picks of the market right now…

Gorey, Co Wexford — €225,000

With views to the nearby mountains, this three-bedroom cottage certainly ticks the boxes when it comes to location. Sitting on almost an acre of land, Sliabh Ana sits at the bottom of a long, shrub-lined avenue.

Inside, the property has a large kitchen with a utility room off, and gas fired central heating throughout. All the bedrooms are carpeted, and there’s en-suite access in the master bedroom. A shed is included in the sale of the property, too.

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Portlaoise, Co Laois — €220,000

Suitable for first time buyers, The June is located in the small but luxurious Bellingham development, has three large bedrooms, and is sold fully furnished, with all kitchen appliances included.

The June features high-tech temperature controls throughout the property, and an impressive A3 energy rating. Solid wooden doors can be found throughout the home, and two of the bedrooms are good-sized doubles.

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Clonbern, Co Galway — €210,000

Located 20 minutes from Tuam and an hour from Galway city, 5 Woodview Crescent is a five-bedroom home that would suit a large family. The property comes to market in fantastic condition, with plenty of living space; a converted attic serves as a study/office for extra space.

Built in 2006, the home boasts two sitting rooms, two bedrooms with en-suite access, and tiles and carpeting throughout. The village of Clonbern is a short walk away, and is home to schools, sports clubs and shops galore.

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Crettyard, Co Laois — €224,950

The small development of Miner’s Walk boasts an enviable location, offering the purchaser easy access to Carlow, Kilkenny, Portlaoise and Athy via the N78. The four-bedroom home is bright, extends to 187 sq m/2,012 sq ft, and has feature windows dotted throughout.

The large kitchen feels like the natural heart of the property: it opens out to the gardens, and features a breakfast bar and range oven. Upstairs, you’ll find three of four bedrooms: two of these have en-suite access and all three are double rooms with plenty of storage space.

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More: What can I get around Ireland for… €250,000 or less?

More: What can I get right now… under Ireland’s Help To Buy scheme?

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