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Take 4: Homes for every budget

Here is our pick of properties from €250k… up to €1 million.

GETTING INTO THE property market can be a daunting experience. Here we make it easy and bring you eight of the best properties on the market around the country this week.

Under €250,000K

Dublin, Temple Bar – €250,000 Right on the upper limit of the budget you could get this apartment right in the centre of Dublin’s Temple Bar. The property is located on Crow Street in the desirable Spanger’s Yard area of Temple Bar. With two bedrooms and a generous kitchen and living space – it is more that you might imagine for a property right in the heart of Dublin. More here.

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Under €500,000

Tipperary, Clonmel – €300,000 This seven-bedroom property in Tipperary comes with a two bedroom lodge on its grounds. This house is located within walking distance of the local aminities and comes set in its own one-acre grounds. More here.

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Under €750,000

Meath, Navan – €650,000 The big feature with this house is its outdoor space. While it has generous indoor space, with five bedrooms and a sizable kitchen and living area, its three acres of outdoor space are what really makes it. Located in the Allenstown area of Navan – the house also comes with a sun room and office area. More here.

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Under €1 million

Dublin, Ballsbridge – €950,000 This property on Cranmer Lane in Dublin 4, this property is located just off Haddington Road and offers buyers a luxury home in an ideal location. The property comes with underfloor heating, a central vacuum system throughout and a stylish glass and steel staircase. More here.

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