Home Property Property Watch: Five homes currently for sale in Laois for around €220,000

Property Watch: Five homes currently for sale in Laois for around €220,000

LaoisToday Property Watch

The most recent Daft.ie house price report stated that the average asking price for house on sale in the final quarter of 2021 in Laois was €218,000, an increase of 13% from the same period a year ago.

So with that in mind, we took a look at Daft to see what properties are currently for sale in that price region.

In all, there are 25 sales listed on the property website for between €200,000 and €250,000 – though some are sites – and encompass most of the county.

We have tried to stay as close to the €218,000 price as possible.

In all we feature homes in Portlaoise, Portarlington, Graiguecullen, Mountmellick and Borris-in-Ossory.

In each instance below you can click through to see the full profile on Daft.

40 Kilnacourt Woods, Portarlington

77 Grenville, Dublin Road, Portlaoise

A compact semi detached 3-bedroom bungalow in this established Portlaoise estate across the road from the Killeshin Hotel and within easy access of the town.

The property is described by auctioneer Matt Dunne as requiring “cosmetic refurbishment throughout” but “offers excellent potential”.

There is a tarmacadam driveway, parking for two cars, double gates to the side of the house and rear garden with lawns, patio and two sheds, both with electricity.

Guide Price: €220,000


Mountmellick Property

6 Silverwood, Mountmellick

A 4-5 bedroom semi-detached home for sale with Hume Auctioneers remodelled and refurbished to include an attic conversion and complete redecoration.

The property enjoys an excellent setting in the development close to the entrance and overlooking the attractive green area.

On the first floor there are three large bedrooms and a relevant office area. The master bedroom enjoys extensive wardrobes and a beautifully appointed fully tiled ensuite.

Guide Price: €215,000


40 Kilnacourt Woods, Portarlington

40 Kilnacourt Woods, Portarlington

A spacious 3-bed town house for sale with Tom McDonald overlooking a large green area in a private cul-de-sac just a short walk from the train station, town centre, schools and leisure centre.

Accommodation is comprised of living room; kitchen/dining area; three bedrooms; family bathroom, en-suite & WC.

The kitchen/dining area with access to the rear garden and paved seating area while the living room with bay window has french doors leading to kitchen/dining area and a feature solid fuel open fireplace.

Guide Price: €215,000


37 Spindlewood, Graiguecullen

37 Spindlewood, Graiguecullen

A three bedroom semi-detached home situated in the Spindlewood estate in Graiguecullen.

The accommodation consists of an entrance hallway, guest wc., utility room, living and a bright opening plan kitchen/dining room with patio door opening out to a large private rear garden.

The first floor comes with three bedrooms one of which is an ensuite and the family bathroom. The property is currently vacant and is being sold as seen including furnishings and white goods.

Guide Price: €220,000


4 Ossory Court, Borris-in-Ossory

4 Ossory Court, Borris-in-Ossory

4 Ossory Court comprises of three floors with the ground floor consisting of an entrance hall, guest toilet, large kitchen fully fitted with appliances and a small living room with fireplace, ideal for a home office or study.

The first floor has a large living room and also a spacious double bedroom with built in wardrobes and an en-suite.

On the second floor there are three bedrooms and main bathroom. The property has a large garden with an entrance to the side with the potential to extend subject to planning. The property has oil fired central heating and a solid fuel fire.

Guide Price: €220,000

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