GETTING TO GRIPS with a fast-changing property market is tricky, but we’re here to make things simpler.
Each week, we’ll handpick a number of homes within a similar budget, to give you a snapshot of the property landscape at a particular price point.
This week, we’re looking at properties around the capital with an asking price of exactly €650,000 – from a two-bed in Ballsbridge to a period property in Drumcondra.
Tucked away between Haddington Road and Percy Place, 15 Percy Lane is a neat two-bed mews. The property has been renovated and refurbished to create a contemporary, well laid-out home, and benefits from approved planning permission for a two-storey extension to the rear. The living room opens to a private patio area, while there’s off-street parking to the front.
Built in 2004, 1 Woodview is a modern and light-filled three-bed detached home. It comes to the market in walk-in condition, with features including porcelain tiled floors, plantation shutters and a high gloss kitchen. All of the bedrooms are doubles, and the master bedroom has a separate dressing area. The rear garden is south facing, with mature trees and fencing creating a private and tranquil feel.
One of only three homes of this design in Brookwood estate, 23 Beech Walk is an inviting four-bed, four-bath property. It has undergone extensive refurbishments in recent years, including the addition of an extension to the rear and a loft conversion. The ground floor is ideally designed for both family life and entertaining, with the kitchen and living room connected by large double doors, and the sun room and lounge just off this almost-open-plan area.
Located just a short walk from the heart of Drumcondra, 67 Richmond Road is a highly attractive three-bed period property. Having been refurbished and extended in 2018, it comes to the market with a stylish yet charming interior of 1,193 sq ft. There’s a neat garden to the rear, complete with Egyptian limestone paving, artificial grass and raised flower beds.