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Property Watch: A €300,000 home in Portlaoise compared to what you’d get in Dublin, Galway, Cork and Limerick

It’s always interesting to look at property prices to see what your money could get you locally here in Laois compared to different parts of the country.

This week we compare a four-bedroom detached home in the Rath Gailine estate off the Dublin Road in Portlaoise to properties close to the city centre in Dublin, Galway, Cork and Limerick.

51 Rath Gailine, Dublin Road, Portlaoise

Hume Auctioneers present this 4-bedroom detached home just off the Dublin Road in Portlaoise.

The property boasts a “spectacular bespoke kitchen of a standard seen in high end designer magazines” and has been extended to the back to include a third reception room.

The four bedrooms are upstairs with the master bedroom ensuite.

Guide Price: €300,000

Derrynane Square, Dublin 1

A two-bedroom top floor apartment just a 15-minute walk from O’Connell Street.

The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway with storage closet, airing cupboard intercom system and laminate wood flooring. Off of the hallway is the living cum dining area, while off of the living area is the fully equipped fitted kitchen.

Further down the hallways are two good size double bedrooms fitted wardrobes. Completing the living accommodation is the tiled family bathroom, with bath, overhead shower, hand basin and WC.

Derrynane Square is a private gated development offering the best of city living, just a 5 minute walk to the villages of both Drumcondra and Phibsborough.

Guide Price: €300,000

Sceilg Ard, Headford Road, Galway

A four-bedroom detached home in the Sceilg Ard development off the Headford Road in Galway.

The ground floor consists of hall, living area, kitchen and dining area and is completed by a separate utility room and guest bathroom. Upstairs is arranged between four bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobe space and one with a fully fitted en-suite, and a main family bathroom.

Externally, the property benefits from off-street parking to the front, whilst the private rear garden avails of the elevated site.

Guide Price: €300,000

30 Manor Road, Lehenaghmore, Cork

Constructed in 2010, number 30 Manor Road is a three-bedroom semi-detached home located just minutes from the South Link Road and Cork City Centre to the East and Wilton Shopping Centre and the CUH, only 10 minutes to the West.

“The property would make an ideal family home for both first time buyers or those looking to trade up with the option for future expansion given its extra large side garden,” say auctioneers Coldwell Banker.

“The property boasts gas fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows throughout.”

Guide Price: €305,000

44 Lansdowne Park, Ennis Road, Limerick

A three bedroom semi detached residence standing on a substantial corner site offering “enormous potential to develop and extend” according to auctioneers GVM Mullane.

“This charming home is located in a leafy, hugely popular and established area offering peaceful and tranquil living, yet positioned immediately adjacent to a range of amenities including Primary and Secondary Schools, LIT Gaelic Grounds, Thomond Park, Jetland Shopping Centre and is just a 15-minute walk from the city centre.

Guide Price: €305,000

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