#Open journalism No news is bad news

Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you

Support The Journal
Dublin: 5°C Sunday 23 January 2022
Advertisement

Price comparison: What can I buy around Co Cork for €350k or less?

From period townhouses to contemporary bungalows, we pick a range at this price point.

Image: Daft.ie

THIS WEEK WE’RE scouring the real capital – and its county – to find out what between €300k and €350k will get us in the current climate.

We know it’s easy to get carried away when it comes to house hunting but budgeting is important. If you’re looking to buy in Cork, let us do some of the work for you with these top picks.

Skibbereen, Co Cork: €350,o00

Louisville on North Street in the west Cork town of Skibbereen is a four-bed period home in the centre of everything the area has to offer. The townhouse enjoys a yard and terraced garden and the interior is well maintained while providing great renovation opportunities.

In terms of location, the busy town is a great base for experiencing everything west Cork has on offer – a great option for anyone who can work remotely or doesn’t have to commute too far for work.

skib 1 Source: Daft.ie

Source: Daft.ie

 

skib 4 Source: Daft.ie

skib 3 Source: Daft.ie

Cobh, Co Cork: €305,000

6 Graham’s Terrace is an end of terrace Victorian home in the seaside town of Cobh. With great views over the town, the house has high ceilings with cornicing and original fireplaces.

There are four large bedrooms upstairs while a formal dining room, living room, fitted kitchen and access to the garden live downstairs. 

Source: Daft.ie

cobh 4 Source: Daft.ie

cobh 3 Source: Daft.ie

cobh 2 Source: Daft.ie

Monkstown, Co Cork: €309,000

No 6 Castle Terrace is a three-bedroom period home with views over Monkstown Harbour, an area that’s just a twenty minute drive from Cork city. Dating back to about 1860, the house retains some of the original details that add to its character, but has also seen some upgrades to make it conducive to modern living.

The upgrades include new windows, plumbing, rewiring and a professionally designed fully-fitted kitchen making it a very attractive option for someone who wants a period home without too much work to do. This home is quite simply stunning. The first floor has two bedrooms, one of which is en suite.

#Open journalism No news is bad news Support The Journal

Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you

Support us now

m1 Source: Daft.ie

Source: Daft.ie

 

m3 Source: Daft.ie

m4 Source: Daft.ie

Charleville, Co Cork: €240,000

The bungalow is having a moment lately, so no doubt lots of eyes will be on this detached four-bedroom home in near Charleville. Ashgrove stands on half an acre on the outskirts of Newtownshandrum village.

The property is laid out with a hallway, bright sitting room, a kitchen/dining room and a utility with a guest bathroom. Up to four bedrooms and a bathroom complete the space. A walled gated entrance with a gravelled driveway and a lawn greet you on arrival.

c1 Source: Daft.ie

Source: Daft.ie

Source: Daft.ie

About the author:

Read next:

COMMENTS

This is YOUR comments community. Stay civil, stay constructive, stay on topic. Please familiarise yourself with our comments policy here before taking part.
write a comment

    Leave a commentcancel