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Price Comparison: What will €350,000 buy me around Co Dublin?

A look around the capital with a €350k budget.

NOWADAYS, FINDING A second-hand house within your budget, that won’t require a heap of renovation work, can be hard. Add Dublin to the mix and a home around the €350,000 mark can seem like a unicorn.

But we strive to do some of the work for you, each week, so here are four homes in Dublin that might match what you’ve been searching for.

Dublin 1 – Three-bed apartment

Apartment living is becoming more appealing to those who want to be smart with space, so they can be in the centre of it all. Apartment 22, The Millhouse, in Dublin 1 is a spacious three-bed in the city centre. It has two bathrooms and a large balcony. Close to the IFSC, it would suit anyone working on either side of the Liffey, whether they cycle, walk or use public transport.

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Dublin 3 – Two-bed apartment 

Perfectly suited to a family of three who want to stay close to the city but still enjoy some fresh sea air, Apt 32 Crescent House is a two-bed 66 m² apartment. The space also comprises a hallway, a bathroom and a bright living/dining room with a separate kitchen area. There’s fully secure parking to the back of the building. Crescent House overlooks Marino Crescent Park and is within walking distance of Clontarf Dart Station.

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Dublin 9 – Two-bed house

Go a little bit outside the city to Dublin 9 and you’ll find 65 Glentow Road in Whitehall. A modest two-bed terraced home that’s sure to suit a young family or down sizer. It spans 85 m² and enjoys a landscaped sunny south facing back garden and bright and spacious extended kitchen.

It also has a utility which can be rare for a house under 100m. Off-street parking to the front is also a plus. Glentow Road is situated off Collins Avenue, walking distance to DCU, Omni Park Shopping Centre, good schools and local shops, while the city centre is just a bus ride away.

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Swords – Three-bed house

101 The Oaks in Swords is a 93 m² end of terrace house with three bedrooms. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall and a large living room with wood floors throughout. There is also a dining room and fitted kitchen with utility room. Upstairs has two double bedrooms (one en suite) with fitted wardrobes, a single bedroom and a main bathroom.  

The development is close to Forest Little Golf Club, a Tesco Express and McCabes Pharmacy so everyday essentials are near. For trips further afield, a bus along Forest Road will bring you straight to the city centre and Swords village. 

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