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5 properties to view... in the centre of Dublin

Here are the 5 best properties in the centre of Dublin you can view this weekend.
Nov 20th 2014, 1:58 PM 6,898 0

FOR MANY, LIVING outside of the capital simply isn’t an option.

The centre of Dublin has an abundance of work and cultural opportunities, appealing to house buyers looking to maintain a fast-paced life.

Although CSO figures have shown a booming property market in Dublin, house-hunters can still find a few bargains.

Here is our pick of the five best properties on view this weekend.

Property 118 Roosevelt Cottages, Navan Road (D7), Dublin 7

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  • Asking price: €370,000
  • Viewing time: Saturday, noon-1pm
  • Why you should see it… This house is in a secluded location just off the Navan Road. The country-styled cottage has three bedrooms and was built in the 1890s.

Property 220 Clanbrassil Street Upper, Dublin 8

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  • Asking price: €775,000
  • Viewing time: Saturday, 1-1.30pm
  • Why you should see it… This two-storey period property has undergone an extensive programme of renovation and restoration. Its big selling point is a large open-plan kitchen and family living area.

Property 3 - 118 Glasnevin Avenue, Glasnevin, Dublin 11

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  • Asking price: €495,000
  • Viewing time: Saturday, 1.30-2pm
  • Why you should see it… This four-bedroom family home comes with spacious living areas and potential buyers may be tempted by this property’s potential to expand. Glasnevin has proven a popular area for families.

Property 4 - 1 The Mews, The Rise, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

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  •  Asking price: €400,000
  • Viewing time: Saturday, 2.30-3pm
  • Why you should see it… This house comes in turn-key condition and features an oak staircase and decked patio area. The property also has a modern gas-fired central heating system.

Property 5 - 26 Cremore Drive, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

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  • Asking price: €445,000
  • Viewing time: Saturday, 11.15-11.45am
  • Why you should see it… This three-bedroom 1960s property has undergone renovation in recent years to bring it up to modern standards. It comes with three double bedrooms, and the master bedroom is en-suite.

Journal Media Ltd has shareholders – Brian and Eamonn Fallon – in common with Distilled Media Group.

Read: Take 4: Homes for every budget around Ireland

Also: Home or away: Where’s the cheapest place in Europe to buy property?

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