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Property Watch: What €1,000 per month will get you in Portlaoise

Over the last couple of weeks we have looked at various properties around the county that are for sale.

Today we switch our attention to the rental market and take a look at what’s for offer in the county town of Portlaoise for around €1,000 per month.

Stradbrook – 2-bed apartment

Luxury two-bedroom apartment in the Stradbrook development that opens on to both the Portlaoise and Stradbally roads.

The south-facing apartment is 1000sq ft with a balcony in excess of 100sq ft.

Ensuite master bedroom and the entire iully furnished (with built in wardrobes) with with gas central heating. Own parking space in secure underground car park.

Price: €1,090 per month


Castle Avenue, Kilminchy

Three-bedroom detached house on Castle Avenue in Kilminchy is offered for rent through CBPM Real Estate. The property consists of two double bedrooms and one single, main bathroom and downstairs WC, kitchen/dining area and sitting room.

The property is gas central heating, fully furnished with all mod cons. Parking to the front of the property.

Price: €1,050 per month


Ashewood Walk

This two-bedroom property in the Ashewood Walk Development – off the Stradbally Road in a relatively private part of the the town yet within five minutes of the town centre.

The property – which is being offered for rent by Elite Estate Agents – has recently been refurbished and accommodation comprises of two double en-suite bedrooms, downstairs WC, kitchen, living room & enclosed, landscaped rear garden. Gas central heating and solid fuel stove.

Open viewings of the property are being held this week.

Price: €1,100


Millview

Three bedroom single-storey house with two bathrooms in the centre of Portlaoise. Comes with a secure back yard and all timber floors

Very high standard and just a short walk to train station and town centre.

Price: €1,100 per month

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