From cottage to family home: 4 beautiful Irish properties on the market for €200,000 and under
Some properties require further work and modernisation, while others come in turnkey condition.
Nestled deep in East Clare, this traditional thatched cottage is a time capsule of old Ireland. One of six other cottages near Feakle village, the property comes fully furnished with double-glazed PVC windows to help maintain heat in colder months.
A stable-style front door opens onto a large sitting room which features a wood-burning stove and statement mantlepiece. Three bedrooms, a kitchen, sitting room and family bathroom complete the accommodation.
Nearby amenities include primary and secondary schools, a post office, three local shops, a church, a GAA grounds and myriad pubs and restaurants. The Clare bus service connects the area with Scariff, Ennis and all points between.
A beautiful red brick property, this charming two-bedroom townhouse can be found in the heart of Limerick’s medieval quarter with King John’s Castle, the Treaty City Brewery and the historic St Mary’s Cathedral all in close proximity.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a spacious living and dining room with an inviting brick fireplace and a wood-burning stove for warmth. French doors open to a garden room set toward the rear courtyard. This area provides a valuable outdoor space and bike storage area.
The kitchen can be found to the rear of the property along with a utility room and a full shower room/WC just beyond. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, each with plenty of cleverly placed storage space.
The property is also conveniently located within walking distance of the picturesque Abbey River canal, George’s Quay and many of the locality’s best pubs and restaurants.
Located less than 5km from Roscommon town, this three-bedroom home sits on approximately 0.54 acres of land in a select residential district in Lissacarrow.
Inside, the interiors are bright and cheery with a wonderful red brick fireplace among the standout features. The property also has its own septic tank sewerage system on site along with a beautiful character stone-built storage shed located to the rear of the building.
A new property in Co Donegal, this four-bedroom home has yet to be finished but leaves plenty of room for new owners to put their own stamp on things.
The ground floor accommodation includes a spacious entrance hall, a sitting room, two bedrooms, the main family bathroom, a utility room and the kitchen-cum-dining room. Two other bedrooms and a shower room can be found on the first floor.
Privy to some of the best views around, both Muckish Mountain and Tory Island can be seen from the building. A number of peaceful country walks can also be found in the area, making it a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts.