Dublin v Donegal: what you can buy for €125k

A one-bed apartment in Ballymun or a three-bed house in Donegal

One-bedroom apartment at 32 The Charter, Santry Cross, Ballymun, Dublin 11

One-bedroom apartment at 32 The Charter, Santry Cross, Ballymun, Dublin 11

 

Address: 32 The Charter, Santry Cross, Ballymun, Dublin 11

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Drumcondra

Measuring 43sq m (463sq ft), this one-bed apartment is on the ground floor. The open-plan kitchen/livingroom opens to a 1.5x7.1m balcony as does the bedroom, via floor-to-ceiling glazed doors. The bathroom is fully tiled. Parking is underground. BER: D2

Plus: Long balcony off the livingroom and bedroom through floor-to-ceiling glazed doors.

Minus: View from the balcony a bit dull with grass and a fence: needs more enlightened planting.

Three-bedroom house with 4.8 acres on the outskirts of Frosses, Co Donegal
Three-bedroom house with 4.8 acres on the outskirts of Frosses, Co Donegal

Address: Ballybrollaghan, Frosses, Co Donegal

Agent: Anderson Auctioneers Six miles from Donegal town, this three-bed house sits on 4.8 acres of land. The house, which needs refurbishment, has two receptions, a bathroom, kitchen and three bedrooms.

Plus: Comes with 4.8 acres of land.

Minus: Has been empty for a while.

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