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Property Watch: Houses priced around €300,000

On this week’s Property Watch, we are looking at houses which can be bought at the higher end of the market, in or around €300,000.

Prices achieved for houses around the county only rarely go over the €300,000 mark, with just on average one or two per month changing hands for that price.

Here are some that caught our eye!

6 Mount Henry Close, Killenard

Killenard has a lot to offer – quiet living and yet close proximity to the motorway.

The property is ideally located in a quiet cul de sac in the picturesque village on the Heritage Golf and Spa resort. It has enviable amenities on it’s doorstep, including hotel, spa, gym, swimming pool, golf club and driving range, local restaurants, and a 5km walking track.

The Semi-Detached House comes with 4 Beds and 2 Bathrooms.

Guide price: €300,000

Monavea, Crettyard

This 4-bedroom dormer bungalow with detached garage located in the village of Monavea, Co. Laois just a 15-minute drive from Carlow town. It extends to 199 M² and stands on a C. ½ acre site.

Accommodation includes: entrance hall, living room, kitchen, dining and living area, 4 bedrooms with master ensuite and main bathroom. The first floor offers a partially completed bedroom and plumbed for ensuite, open plan area and mezzanine library.

Guide price: €295,000

Mullaghanard House, Mullaghanard, Rosenallis

Standing proud on this magnificent elevated site, Mullaghanard House has stood for over 100 years, enjoying the panoramic views this lovely site provides.

Mullaghanard House is an immaculately presented, charming 3-bedroom traditional farmhouse (c. 1800), which today extends to approximately 115 sq mt (1,250 sq ft). A comprehensive programme of renovation was carried out over the past 10-15 years in keeping with the character and period of the farmhouse and now the current owners enjoy a warm and welcoming home with modern comforts. Exposed stone decorates the internal groundfloor.

Guide price: €295,000

89 Aghnaharna Drive, Portlaoise, Co. Laois

Houses in Portlaoise always command a strong price and this house is no exception, particularly as it has a number of primary schools on its doorstep.

The 4 bedroom 2 Reception room house is described as a perfect family home. Finished to the most exacting standards this concrete built home is appointed to a level seldom seen in today’s market.

Guide price: €290,000

Bruach Na Habhann, Killeen, Laois

This substantial 4 bedroom detached residence extending to c. 327 sqm (c. 3515 sq.ft.)with detached garage, offering superior living accommodation and quality finishes including granite worktops and semi-solid wood flooring.

The residence is not overlooked to rear and is situated in a small housing development in the charming village of Killeen with local primary school, church and pub all within a short walk. The towns of Carlow and Athy are both conveniently located nearby.

Guide price: €300,000

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