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4 of a kind: Three-bedroom homes that are perfect for families

From a classic home near Phoenix Park to a modern living space in Celbridge.

NEED A LITTLE more space for your increasingly busy household?

A three-bedroom home is a smart size for a growing family, and even if you don’t fill all three bedrooms right now, that spare room will come in handy for guests or storage.

From a light-filled, modern home in Celbridge to a classic home located on the edge of Phoenix Park, there’s plenty of choice for those after the perfect three-bed.

Here’s a look at what’s on the market right now…

Celbridge, Co Kildare

This contemporary family home consists of an entrance hallway, guest bathroom, living/dining room, playroom/study and large kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs there are three generously sized bedrooms with a master en-suite bathroom and a family bathroom. 

Outside, there’s off street parking and a sunny, south-facing rear garden with a lawn and patio area. The property is located in a quiet cul de sac, within walking distance of Celbridge and Castletown House, close to schools, shops and sports clubs.

It’s on the market for €349,000.

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Midleton, Co Cork

Modern and bright throughout, this property is located in the sought-after residential area of Broomfield Village. It consists of an entrance hall, living area, two bathrooms, kitchen, master bedroom and en-suite bathroom, along with two other bedrooms.

The property is located in the family-oriented Midleton, within walking distance of the train station, schools and shops and close to the N25. The rear garden is west-facing and has both a shed and side-access.

Make it your new home for €235,000.

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Navan Road, Dublin 7

This home occupies 113 square metres (1,216 square feet), consisting of a porch, hallway, living room with feature stone fireplace, separate dining room, kitchen and three bedrooms – two doubles and a single, all with built-in wardrobes and carpeted floors. 

The kitchen has access to a mature, east-facing rear garden with a concrete shed. The property is located just off the Navan Road on a quiet cul-de-sac in a mature and sought-after location close to Phoenix Park.

It’s on sale for €495,000

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Corbally, Co Limerick  

This modern family home consists of a bright entrance hall which leads to a living room and kitchen/dining area, a spacious guest bathroom, living room, two double bedrooms and one single room, along with a fully tiled bathroom. There is wood flooring throughout.

Situated less than 10 minutes from Limerick city, the property comes to the market in turn-key condition and is close to a variety of shops, bars and restaurants and childcare facilities, along with a number of primary and secondary schools.

It’s yours for €180,000.

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