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What can I get in Ireland for... under €400,000?

A modern apartment in the middle of Dublin city, or a seaside five-bed in Co Louth – the choice is yours.

FINDING A NEW HOME within your price range is a tough project, especially if you’re a first time buyer. That’s why, each week, we take a look at homes within a certain price range all over Ireland, to give you an idea of what your money will get you in today’s market.

This week, we’re taking a look at four homes around the €400,000 mark.

Donnybrook, Dublin 2 — €380,000

Bloomfield Park is a development just by Herbert Park, close to Dublin City and Donnybrook village. It has its own lovely grounds and car parking. The one-bedroom apartment on sale boasts a fitted kitchen with high-gloss cabinets and stone worktops for a very modern feel.

There’s a westerly balcony for catching the evening sun, and the apartment also has a large bedroom with fitted wardrobes, and gas central heating.

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Temple Bar, Dublin 2 — €395,000

Located in the city’s most iconic quarter, this duplex apartment has a dual aspect, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows for fabulous views of the city.

The apartment is on the building’s third floor, this modern home boasts a spiral staircase and high ceilings throughout – as well as a roof terrace for relaxing during the summertime.

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Grattan Place, Dublin 2 — €385,000

This detached mews apartment has an open-plan design, so despite its small square footage it feels quite spacious. Located just a five-minute stroll from the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, it’s city living at its most convenient.

The living room/kitchen area is bright and modern, as is the apartment’s one double bedroom. There is a patio with access from the living room, too, that adds light and space to the entire living area.

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Blackrock, Co Louth — €385,000

If you’re after sea views less than 90 minutes from Dublin, this five-bedroom home is the one for you. The state-of-the-art heating and lighting systems have earned the home an A3 BER, and it boasts KUBE fitted kitchens with plenty of space for both storage and dining.

There are vaulted ceilings throughout the property, and there are several double bedrooms, as well as a walk-in wardrobe off the master bedroom.

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