These 3 homes have plenty of character and outdoor space, all for €350,000
If you’re after a well-sized garden and a home with interesting features, these three properties will be right up your street.
There’s pros and cons to buying an old house, but undoubtedly one of the benefits is the wonderful character they can have. From exposed stone walls to vintage floorboards, they can contain features that give it a unique personality, and you’ll be guaranteed that your home won’t feel like anyone else’s.
Combine that with a generous outdoor space, and you’ve got what sounds to me like a dream house. If you agree, you might like one of these three homes that enjoy both, all on the market for €350,000.
This four bedroom house in a picturesque part of Wicklow has recently been renovated, but still retains a lot of its charm. As well as the four bedrooms, kitchen and living room, there is also a utility room and a study, both handy for family life.
The house sits on an acre of land, giving it a particularly large outdoor space. It is just half an hour from Arlow, and 45 minutes from Wicklow town.
This house, built in 1756, certainly has its fair share of history. It has five bedrooms, and the rooms are generously sized, making it ideal as a family home.
One of the highlights is a feature fireplace, built from local stone, as well as its beautiful whitewashed exterior. As well as sitting on a 0.75 acre site, this home is situated just 10 kilometres from Connemara National Park, and is close to numerous beaches, while Clifden is just a 12 minute drive.
This home with a beautiful garden was built in the 1950s, and still displays many of the features you would expect of a home from this period. Although it looks in need of a little modernisation, there is plenty to work with, including some beautiful floorboards in some rooms.
There are three bedrooms, as well as a garage that could potentially be incorporated into the house. The long garden is full of mature planting, as well as a patio and lawn area where you can sit in privacy.