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Price comparison: What will €350,000 buy me in different areas of Dublin city?

From Crumlin to Clonshaugh, here’s what the capital has to offer.

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GETTING TO GRIPS with a fast-changing property market is tricky, but we’re here to make things simpler.

Each week, we’ll handpick a number of homes within a similar budget, to give you a snapshot of the property landscape at a particular price point.

This week, we’re looking at properties around Dublin with an asking price of exactly €350,000 – including family homes in the north and south of the city. 

Liberties – Two-bed terrace

On a quiet street in the bustling Liberties neighbourhood, 10 Spitalfields couldn’t be more convenient for cafes, shops and nightlife. It’s a compact home with an unusual roof terrace that creates a unique outdoor space, facing south west to catch the sun all day. 

The ground floor is a cosy living room centred around the open fireplace, with a built-in seating area to maximise space for dining. This leads on to a light-filled kitchen, with contemporary fittings and full-height glazed doors to a small patio area. 

Upstairs are two double bedrooms. The master bedroom is en-suite and also opens out onto the roof terrace, a secluded space in the heart of the city.

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Santry – Three-bed semi-detached

Situated just north of Collins Avenue and very close to the DCU campus, 113 Shanliss Road is also convenient for Beaumont Hospital, the Omni shopping centre and Dublin Airport. It is relatively compact at 82 square metres, but includes a large and attractive rear garden as well as off-street parking to the front.

The ground floor is made up of an entrance hallway, living room, and kitchen and dining area which leads onto the garden through double doors. Upstairs, three bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation. 

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Clonshaugh – Three-bed semi detached

Although located in a quiet residential estate, 26 Clonshaugh Walk is a family home that is full of character. Considerable attention has clearly been given to the decor and fittings, from the black subway tiles in the kitchen to the contemporary feature fireplace in the living room. 

Downstairs, the hall leads onto a cosy living room that is anchored by the fireplace. This in turn gives to the kitchen and dining room, a welcoming space that would suit family life or social occasions equally. An attractive garden is to the rear. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. 

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Crumlin – Three-bed end-of-terrace

This home at 224 Cashel Road offers a surprising amount of space, as it has been extended and upgraded to significantly widen its footprint. The current owners have embraced open-plan living, so that the entrance hall opens onto a large living and dining space occupying most of the original ground floor. This leads in turn onto a sunroom and kitchen to the rear of the home.

Upstairs are three double bedrooms, each with its own private en-suite, while to the rear is a large west-facing garden to catch the evening sun. 

Source: Daft.ie

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