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What can I get in Ireland for... €400,000 or less?
From a seaside home in Kerry to a brand new three-bed on Dublin’s commuter belt.

BUYING A HOME IS sometimes a difficult process, between viewings, negotiations and mortgages – especially when you’re on a tight budget.

That’s why each week, we take a look at what’s available around Ireland at a certain price point, to give you an idea of what’s on the market that suits you.

This week, we’re talking homes in and around the €400,000 mark.

Ballycullen, Dublin 15 — €375,000

Number 15 Hunter’s Grove is a property that has been recently extended, adding a bright family room to the already spacious interior. It also boasts three good-sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and access to the attic. Outside, the property has a cobblelock rear garden area, ample parking and a large garden shed.

Ballycullen is a 20-minute drive from the city centre, and is served by a number of bus routes. Closer to home is Tallaght, a town with plenty to its name, including a college, several schools and The Square Shopping Centre.

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Ashbourne, Co Meath — €380,000

This detached, southerly facing property is the last available in this popular new development. The home has three bedrooms, as well as an attic suitable for conversion. The kitchen area is available in a range of styles, all designed by Gallagher Kitchens and featuring an island in the centre.

The Elms is just 24km – or a 40-minute drive – from Dublin, and the development is within walking distance of Ashbourne town, which is home to schools, shops and a lovely golf course.

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Drogheda, Co Louth — €400,000

It’s clear by the immaculate condition that 3 Park Villas was much loved by its previous owners. The bright, open-plan kitchen/dining area features a breakfast counter, NEFF appliances and plenty of storage space.

There is hardwood flooring throughout, and all four bedrooms have built in wardrobes. Outside, there’s a lovely sunken deck area, a shed, and landscaped gardens.

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Ventry, Co Kerry — €400,000

Sitting bang in the middle of the Slea Head Drive, this architectural marvel is both stylish and huge. The ground floor is impressive, featuring an enormous bay window and open-plan living spaces. There are three bedrooms currently, but there are conversion opportunities throughout the first floor.

Ventry is the perfect spot for someone who requires a home a little off the beaten track: located along the Wild Atlantic Way, the property is a 10-minute drive from Dingle and an hour from Tralee.

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