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What else could I get for…the €375,000 pricetag on this family home in Galway

We take a look at what €375,000 would get you in the rest of the country.

IF YOU’RE LOOKING for a new home in Galway, this property in Kilcoglan might be worth checking out.

Featuring a cut-stone facade, four bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as a host of other features such as timber floors and wheelchair access in the rear, this house has a lot going for it.

In addition, there’s a kitchen with granite countertops and oak cabinets. The gardens are mature and landscaped.

It’s on the market for €375,000.

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For something in the same price range elsewhere…

Meath

This property is on its own quarter acre of land and has a sweeping avenue leading to the front door, as well as a pond in the front garden.

There are views of Carlingford Lough and the Mourne Mountains and it’s close to Drogheda, the airport and the M1.

Inside, the property is spacious with a dining room, living room, kitchen and breakfast area on the ground floor, as well as a conservatory. Upstairs there are four bedrooms – one en-suite.

It’s also on the market for €375,000.

Source: Daft

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Kildare

This detached house is set in a quiet cul de sac and only a few minutes from the main street of Kill Village.

There is solid oak flooring throughout the house and all the windows are uPVC double-glazed.

The property is spacious with a lounge, dining room, living room, family room and kitchen downstairs as well as a conservatory.  Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one en-suite, all with laminate flooring, and the main bathroom.

It’s on the market for €375,000.

Source: Daft

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Dublin

This property in Stepaside is part of a new development and is a semi-detached three-bedroom house.

Belarmine Woods, the new development, has extensive public space and a well-equipped playground. The location is close to Stepaside Village which has cafes, restaurants and shops as well as the bus route and a LUAS stop 15 minutes walk away.

It’s on the market for €375,000.

Source: Daft

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