What can you buy in the Caribbean, London, Brittany and Meath for €325K?

From a quirky beachfront home in the Caribbean to a one-bed in London to a bungalow in Ashbourne

Eight-bedroom house in Callac, Brittany, France

Eight-bedroom house in Callac, Brittany, France

 

Caribbean: St Vincent and the Grenadines

Two-storey house on the island of Bequia in St Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean
Two-storey house on the island of Bequia in St Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean

Comprising beachfront land and a quirky, undulating stone house, this property is on the southern tip of Bequia island. It is part of the Moonhole Community which was founded by Tom and Gladdie Johnston in the 1960s when they retired from their work in advertising in New York. They built the houses for family and friends. The two-bed, two-storey house, which comes with an exposed roof garden, is open to breezes. It needs work and an open mind.
Price: $369,000 (€313,550). Agent: grenadinevillas.com

France: Brittany

Eight-bedroom house in Callac, Brittany, France
Eight-bedroom house in Callac, Brittany, France

This 1930s period house retained its features during restoration, including marble fireplaces, oak floors and a staircase. Situated in the town of Callac, the house sits in its own parkland of lawns and gravel paths. The property opens into a grand hall and has four reception rooms on the ground floor along with a kitchen and bathroom. On the first floor are five bedrooms (two with en suites) and a bathroom. On the top floor are three more bedrooms, one with a living area attached. Price: €320,893. Agent: frenchestateagents.com

Italy: Tuscany

Group of properties in Ponte a Moriano, near Lucca, in Tuscany, Italy
Group of properties in Ponte a Moriano, near Lucca, in Tuscany, Italy

This property near Lucca in north Tuscany comprises several buildings, including a semi-detached, 120sq m, three-bed farmhouse; a 55sq m, one-bed detached house; a barn; wood-fired bread oven and an antique stone chestnut storehouse (metato) used as a larder. All of the buildings have been renovated and feature exposed chestnut beams, terracotta floors and stone fireplaces. The garden contains an olive grove. Price: €325,000. Agent: casatuscany.com

England: London

One-bedroom apartment on Fulbourne Road, London E17
One-bedroom apartment on Fulbourne Road, London E17

In Waltham Forest, northeast London – close to the M11 and North Circular Road – this one-bed flat is on the first floor of a period house, with sash windows and wooden floors. There is a livingroom with bay window, bedroom, kitchen with bay window and a bathroom with half-tiled walls. On Fulbourne Road, it is close to Wood Street Station and, slightly further afield, Walthamstow bus, Tube and rail links. Price: £269,000 (€304,500). Agent: victoriaknight.co.uk

Ashbourne, Co Meath

A three-bedroom house at 10 Brookville, Ashbourne, Co Meath
A three-bedroom house at 10 Brookville, Ashbourne, Co Meath

This three-bedroom detached bungalow at 10 Brookville, Ashbourne, Co Meath, stands on a coner site and comes with a gragage.  Accommodation extends to 111 sq m (1,200 sq ft), but it needs upgrading. It is close to  Ashbourne Main street and St Mary's primary school. 
Price: €325,000. Agent: John Ryan Auctioneers

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