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3 small but stylish Dublin cottages on the market for €370,000 and under


By Megan Burns
01st Dec 2022
3 small but stylish Dublin cottages on the market for €370,000 and under

Combining the charm of a cottage with a city location, these three properties are small but chic.

We all love to look at adorable country cottages and dream of a quiet life amongst the rolling fields, but for many of us, practicalities such as a commute, or you know, how close the nearest sushi place is, also come into the equation. 

If this sounds like you, we’ve found three Dublin cottages currently on the market, combining the best of both worlds. Their small proportions are perfect for someone who wants a low-maintenance home, and all are less than 10 kilometres from Dublin’s city centre.

1 Kirwan Street Cottages, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, €370,000

This two-bed home is just over 50 square metres, but packs plenty of colour and interest into the space. The ground floor has an open plan living room and dining room, as well as a kitchen and bathroom, while the two bedrooms are on the first floor.

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Located in the popular neighbourhood of Stoneybatter, with its many restaurants and bars, as well as being within walking distance of the Phoenix Park. It also has easy access to the city centre thanks to the Luas stop at Grangegorman, or a number of bus routes. 

3 Tymon North Place , Tallaght, Dublin 24, €265,000

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A one-bed cottage, the main space in this home is an open-plan living, kitchen, and dining room. It has a feature brick fireplace with gas fire, solid oak herringbone flooring and solid oak worktops, helping it feel warm and welcoming. 

Both the bedroom and bathroom are well sized, and have also been updated by the current owner. As well as being accessible to the city centre, there are also plenty of amenities nearby. 

Knapp Cottage, Annaville Avenue, Blackrock, €275,000

This one-bed cottage may be small, but has the potential to make a very stylish home. High ceilings and white walls would make the perfect backdrop for a whole range of tastes, from minimalist to maximalist. 

The house combines traditional features, such as the fireplace, with more modern updates like the contemporary kitchen. Its location, close to Blackrock and the south Dublin coast, will also be an attraction for many.