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Property Watch: What €200K will buy you in Rathdowney at the moment

In our second Property Watch feature of the August Bank Holiday weekend, we focus on the growing town of Rathdowney. With a population of over 1,200 people, it is a town that is seeing an increased number of housing developments.

Over the next couple of years, it is likely that the town will grow further and we have the decided to take a look at what is currently on the market for a budget of €200K.

No. 26 Slieve Bloom Heights, Rathdowney, Co. Laois

This spaciour three bedroom semi-detached house is located at the end of a cul de sac row in one of the more modern housing estates in Rathdowney. Internally, the house contains a three good sized bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an ensuite.

The kitchen is finished to a modern standard, and is attached to an open plan dinning room. There is also a sitting room, and a big family bathroom. Attached to the house is a sizeable back garden, and a drive and front garden area.

Guide Price: €138,000

No.10 The Glebe, Rathdowney, Co. Laois

This beautiful three bedroom semi detached dormer style property is a top pick and is finished with a high quality of internal decor. This beautiful property is located at the edge of Rathdowney town, with its shops, and various other local amenities all within walking distance from the property. The property is also only five minutes away from the local primary and secondary schools located in the town.

There are three good sized bedrooms, one with an ensuite, while there is also a big sitting room, two bathrooms, a utility room and a living room, while the kitchen is also finished to a high standard. There is also a landscaped garden, a garden shed, oil fired central heating and PVC double glazed windows.

Guide Price: €145,000

No 17 Mooreville, Rathdowney, Co. Laois

This attractive four bedroom semi-detached property is one of the largest properties in our feature and is also accompanied with attached garage and garden to rear.

Internally, there is a living room, a big dining room, a modern kitchen, while upstairs there is a hot press, four big bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite. There also a two family bathrooms in the house.

Guide Price: €160,000

14 Knockiel Drive, Rathdowney, Co. Laois

This beautiful three bed detached bungalow on a mature site, with detached Garage, attractive sweeping tarmac driveway, a golden privet hedge row this property is not over looked and is extremely private. The property enjoys a charming layout, ideally located in the town of Rathdowney.

The property contains three large bedrooms, three bathrooms throughout, as well as a spacious sitting room space, an open plan kitchen/dinning room. Externally, there is a good sized garden, which also includes a patio area to the rear.

Guide Price: €195,000

No. 1 The Showgrounds, Rathdowney, Co. Laois

This detached family home offers spacious living at a convenient location, positioned in a small, quiet development built in 2005 overlooking a large green space to the front and side. This home is offered for sale in pristine condition with contents negotiable.

Featuring amongst others oil fired central heating & newly installed monitored alarm on house and shed. The accommodation includes four bedrooms, one master bedroom with an en-suite, a family bathroom on the first floor, with a sitting room, a dinning room, a play room and utility room all included. The kitchen is also finished to a pristine condition.

Guide Price: €198,000

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