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Property Watch: Five properties currently for sale in Portlaoise for around €300,000

This week for Property Watch we look at homes in Portlaoise that are in the €275,000 to €300,000 price bracket.

If that sounds like your budget, then we recommend you look at the seven houses we have listed below, all for sale in Portlaoise.


73 Dun Masc, Dublin Road 

This detached house property of Matt Dunne is located in the town and is of walking distance to the schools and the town centre.

This house is made up of four bedrooms, one bathroom, living room ,kitchen, dining room and a large rear garden

Guide Price: €275,000


267 Berryridge Avenue, Maryborough Village

This detached house on the market with Graham Peavoy is located just minutes from the town center and all amenities which is ideal for the house residents.

This house consists of four bedrooms, three bathrooms,an entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen and a dining room.

Guide Price: €280,000


151 Ashewood Walk, Summerhill Lane

This semi detached house property of Brenda Daly is located in this popular residential development just off the Stradbally Road which is near amenities for the house residents.

This house consists of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. An entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/dining room and utility.

Guide Price: €275,000


249 The Orchard, Maryborough Village

This bungalow property of Breda Daly is located near the town center.

This bungalow is made up of four bedrooms, two bathrooms, entrance hall, kitchen/dining room and a large front and back garden.

Guide Price: €275,000


Rossleighan, Portlaoise

This bungalow property of Breda Daly is located just walking distance from town center.

This bungalow consists of three bedrooms,two bathrooms,An entrance hall, living room, sitting room, utility room, sunroom and a professional designed garden

Guide Price: €280,000


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