What can you buy in Italy, France, Turkey and Laois for €100,000?

From a two-bed requiring renovation in Co Laois to a villa with sea views in Turkey

 

Co Laois, Ireland

Connaughton Auctioneers is seeking €99,950 for the two-bedroom house, above, in need of renovation in Castletown, Ballylynan, Co Laois.

Pays de la Loire, France

This three-bed house in the village of Antigny, Vendee, has been refurbished and retains many characterful period features such as exposed wooden beams, floors and staircase. There is an eat-in kitchen, family room and dual-aspect living room with doors to a courtyard: there is also a pretty garden. Price: €99,000 Agent: frenchestateagents.com

Bodrum, Turkey

There are great sea views from this semi-detached villa in the resort of Güvercinlik. Close to the beach and eateries, the villa has three beds on the ground floor, along with a bathroom, and open-plan living on the top floor to make the most of briny vistas. The home opens to a terrace and there is also a garden. Bodrum is a 20-minute drive away and the airport is 15 minutes away. Price: €99,110 Agent: Aegeandreamhomes. com">Aegeandreamhomes.com

Le Marche, Italy

Known as L’Appoggio, this three-bed brick house is on three floors and measures 150sq m. Renovated inside, the house retains period features including terracotta floors, exposed beams and stone walls as well as a staircase that dates back over a century. Outside there is a stone terrace with a fountain. A grocery shop, cafe and restaurant are a walk away and there is a forest of chestnut trees nearby. Price: €99,000 Agent: Propertyforsalemarche. com">Propertyforsalemarche.com

Burgas, Bulgaria

In a holiday village called Bay View Villas, 3km west of Sunny Beach, this two-storey house has a self-contained apartment on each floor, one with one bedroom and one with two bedrooms. The upper floor opens to a terrace with views of Nesebar bay.

Price: €99,660 Agent: Newhomesv. com">Newhomesv.com

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