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Property Watch: What house €300k will get you in Laois and neighbouring counties

For this week’s Property Watch, we have decided to do something different from our usual and look at houses both inside and outside of the county.

This week we are seeing what house €300,000 will buy in Laois and the surrounding counties – Kilkenny, Kildare, Offaly, Tipperary and Carlow.

Here’s our chosen house below:

Cuddagh House on 4 Acres, Castletown

Cuddagh House is a majestic Victorian stone residence set on a splendid 5 acre site with picturebook views overlooking the surrounding countryside.

Approached by a beautiful short laneway the property opens out into a stunning period residence with attractive stonework and an exceptional view that goes for miles.

Outside there are various sheds and outhouses, an enclosed yard, lawns and pathways. To the front is an extensive large field ideal for equestrian purposes.

The house is accessed through a beautiful sunroom which maximises the spectacular setting.

The ground floor accommodation includes two fine reception rooms, an amazing kitchen with bespoke designer cabinetry.

There is also a spacious office which could also be used as a fourth bedroom.

The ground floor accommodation is concluded with a large laundry room, pantry and separate showeroom.

The first floor boasts a stunning service corridor with pitched ceiling, Velux windows and old doors. On this floor there are three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom complete with his and her sinks and a spate bath and shower.

The attention to detail in this amazing family home is palpable in every room, whether it’s the old Irish oak door in the kitchen or the underfloor heating in the bathroom no expense has been spared to create a luxurious family home whilst maintaining the character and dignity of a house that has been enjoyed for generations.

Viewing highly recommended.

The Round House, Kells, Kilkenny

This property is located on the edge of Kells village with a stunning view of Kells Priory.

This is a very unusual architecturally designed property which was built around a raised atrium.

It is completely symmetrical in shape and accommodation is spacious and bright. Whilst it does require some modernisation it has great potential to further develop.

The accommodation comprises of; an entrance area, living room, kitchen/dining room, a utility room, study, bathroom, five bedrooms, an atrium and large storage shed to the rear.

Kilcoole, Rathoe, Carlow

Built in 2002, this beautifully-presented, 5-bedroom dormer home is situated on a landscaped site and in a great location.

From the moment you arrive at this property, the neat fencing and manicured lawns give a hint at the high-level of decor and presentation that will greet you within.

Wood flooring features throughout all rooms with the exception of the kitchen and family bathroom which are tiled.

Other attractive touches include coving through the ground floor, a solid maple shaker-style kitchen, cosy inset stove in the living room, 2 en-suite bathrooms, and much more. Indeed, viewing is encoraged to truly appreciate all this lovely home has to offer.

The rear garden is privately hedged, has an attractive patio area, and boasts mature trees and shrubbery.

A detached, garage has been lofted and benefits from a WC and caged pet area, making it ideal for a number of uses.

Behamore, Cloughjordan, Nenagh, Tipperary

This is a very attractive newly constructed fourbedroom detached residence near Cloughjordan.

The property measures c. 242 sqm and sits on an elevated site measuring c. 0.75 acres with stunning countryside views.

The property is currently being offered as a builder finish with ceilings painted, timberwork primed and walls undercoated, leaving the opportunity for any purchaser to finish to their own style and taste.

The house has been constructed with a natural stone facade to the bay and the sun room.

Inside, there is a double height ceiling in the hallway and the large open plan living kitchen/dining area has a fireplace which will take a double sided stove. This would make an ideal home and viewing is highly recommended.

Cherry Tree House, Barraderra, Monasterevin, Kildare

A superb detached bungalow occupying an exceptionally secluded site in Barraderra, a highly regarded area with large family homes close to Monasterevin.

This is a well-presented home boasting bright generously proportioned accommodation extending to approximately
152.78 sq.m (1,644 sq.ft).

Briefly the accommodation comprises entrance hall with a living room just off. The hall way splits left and right with living accommodation to the left and bedrooms to the right.

Accommodation consists of; an entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining area, utility, family room, three bedrooms, family bathroom, and solar panels.

Cumber Lower, Kinnitty, Offaly

This is beautiful four-bedroom detached house on the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, on its own site offering great privacy with extensive garden &and c. five acres of agricultural and located to the rear of the property.

This home has been finished to a high standard offering great quality family accommodation.

Accommodation comprises of; an entrance hallway, utility, kitchen, sitting room, living room, bathroom, utility room.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, a main bathroom and ample storage.

SEE ALSO – Property Watch: Rural houses for sale for around or below €300,000 around Laois

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Siún Lennon joined LaoisToday in a full-time capacity after studying Journalism and New Media in the University of Limerick. She hails from Rosenallis and her interests vary from news, sports and politics.