GETTING TO GRIPS with a fast-changing property market is tricky, but we’re here to make things simpler.
Each week, we 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 in Co Louth with an asking price of exactly €275,000, including a bungalow in Drumgoolan and a four-bed in Drogheda.
Built in 2015 but retaining some of the original stone walls from the previous property, White O’Morn is a charming two-bed bungalow. It’s located on a 0.9 acre site and benefits from a south-facing aspect, solar panels and a private well. The grounds contain a 1,300 sq ft shed including plumbing, electrics and an Aga, making for an ideal home office or workshop.
Located within walking distance of schools, shops and sports clubs, 105 Avenue Road is an ideal family home. The interior is spacious and well-kept, although it could benefit from some modern updates. The ground floor comprises a sitting room, living room, kitchen/dining room, a utility room and a bathroom, while on the first floor there are four bedrooms and the family bathroom. There’s a neat garden with a lawn area to the rear.
If you’re looking for a property that’s ready for moving day, 168 Forest Park could be the one for you. It features a modern and stylish interior with lots of personality, off-street parking to the front and an immaculate rear garden with a garden room. The accommodation briefly comprises a sitting room, kitchen, family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a converted attic.
Positioned in a gated development, 31 Beaulieu Mews is an eye-catching property. It features a stone facade, Juliet balcony, door canopy and a porthole feature window. The interior is in good condition, but has the potential to be transformed into an impressive family home. The accommodation spans three floors, with a large double bedroom and en suite bathroom on the top floor.