What can you get for €120,000 in Donegal, Turkey, Egypt, France and Italy?

A bungalow in Lifford, Co Donegal or homes in Egypt, France, Italy and Turkey?

 

Mark McConnell Auctioneers is seeking €120,000 for a two-bedroom bungalow beside Lough Finn in Lifford, Co Donegal

Turkey – Antalya
In a gated development, with its own pool, this two-bedroom villa is within walking distance of Belek town centre. Inside is an open-plan kitchen/living area that opens to a shaded terrace beside the pool. Upstairs is a shower-room and two bedrooms, including the main one in the tower, which has an ensuite. Stairs descend to the pool from here. Antalya International Airport is half an hour away.
Price: £105,000 (about €117,750)
Agent: rightmove.co.uk   

The Azzurra Sahl Hasheesh Suite Resort overlooks the Red Sea south of Ciaro, Egypt
The Azzurra Sahl Hasheesh Suite Resort overlooks the Red Sea south of Ciaro, Egypt

Egypt – Sahl Hasheesh  
On the Red Sea, south of Cairo, and across the water from Sharm El Sheikh, this penthouse overlooks Sahl Hasheesh Bay. It is part of the Azzurra Sahl Hasheesh Suite Resort which has a private beach, swimming pool and spa. The 125sq m (1,345sq ft) apartment has two bedrooms (one with a view of the sea from the bed), a tiled bathroom and an open-plan kitchen/living room. There’s a balcony with sea views. Hurghada and its airport are under half an hour away.
Price: $150,000 (about €120,800)
Agent: Home-vacation.com

This former 14th-century flour mill in Poitou Charentes, France needs renovating
This former 14th-century flour mill in Poitou Charentes, France needs renovating

France – Poitou Charentes
Two rivers run beneath this former flour mill in Aujac which has origins in the 14th century. It was rebuilt in 1830 and a house was added to the side. The mill, which needs renovating, has four floors, each of 100sq m (1,076sq ft). Sitting in its own land, with a garden to the back, the mill counts two wild black swans as neighbours. It is 10 minutes from the town of St-Jean-d’Angely.
Price: €119,900
Agent: frenchestateagents.com

This house sits amid chestnut trees in the hills of north Tuscany in Italy
This house sits amid chestnut trees in the hills of north Tuscany in Italy

Italy – Tuscany
Amid chestnut trees in the hills of north Tuscany, between Genoa and Bologna, this house is on the edge of a village near Pontremoli. It comes with traditional features, including stone walls, fireplace, terracotta-tiled floor, exposed wooden beams and an antique pizza oven in the garden. Inside is an open-plan living room, kitchen with wood-burning stove and a terrace with views. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a bathroom. Beneath is a cellar and a basement room with fireplace. There’s an outbuilding.
Price: €120,000
Agent: larchitrave.com        

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