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4 charming homes for under €100,000 in Clare, Mayo, Limerick and Tipperary

by Lauren Heskin
13th Feb 2021

Looking to move out of the city? There are plenty of gorgeous properties around the country, from period fixer-uppers to walk-in new builds.

If charm and budget are your main requirement, we round up some of our favourite homes for under €100,000 with a little je ne sais quoi in Limerick, Clare, Mayo Limerick and Tipperary.

Old House, Prospect, Nenagh, Co Tipperary

This renovated cottage is sunnily situated on a large plot of land not far from Nenagh. Inside are three bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as a cosy mezzanine living room with a solid fuel stove. A modern kitchen with a breakfast area complete the house.

Main Street, Feakle, Co Clare

A two-story stone terraced house in Feakle town, it’s hard to tell what it’s like inside but the description does state that it’s a three-bedroom cottage that “requires modernisation”. The double-fronted property includes a sunny south-facing back garden.

Coole West, Athea, Co. Limerick

This 100-year-old thatched cottage just outside of Athea village is a very quirky property. It’s been thoughtfully modernised with a small kitchenette and a large living area with a solid fuel stove in the original stone fireplace. It’s got just one bedroom but it might be just what you’re looking for.

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Pollranny, Achill Sound, Co Mayo

This one might need a little vision but it’s certainly in one of Ireland’s most picturesque part of Ireland’s west coast – Achill Island. It’s a four-bedroom bungalow with oil-fired central heating, a solid-fuel stove in the kitchen and beautiful views over the coastal countryside.

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