What will €150,000 buy in Limerick, France, Turkey, the US and Hungary?

Take5: Manor house, traditional apartment, communal pool or mountain retreat

This house in Turkey  is in a scheme with two communal swimming pools.

This house in Turkey is in a scheme with two communal swimming pools.

 

IRELAND: CO LIMERICK

Harry Brann Auctioneers and Valuers is seeking €150,000 for this bungalow on 0.59 of an acre at Woodpark, Castleconnell, Co Limerick.

This bungalow is on 0.59 of an acre at Woodpark, Castleconnell, Co Limerick.
This bungalow is on 0.59 of an acre at Woodpark, Castleconnell, Co Limerick.

FRANCE: CORREZE

This manor house comes with an attached two-bedroom gite, two barns, a porcherie (piggery) and a traditional four à pain (bread oven). In a hamlet 7.5km from the town of Arnac Pompadour, in south-central France, the house has a living room (12.6sq m/134sq ft), kitchen with woodburner (17sq m/ 183sq ft), an en suite bedroom and toilet on the ground floor. Upstairs are four bedrooms, one with en suite, a bathroom and a spare room. Limoges is 80km away.
Price: €150,000
Agent: frenchestateagents.com

This French house is 80km away from Limoges.
This French house is 80km away from Limoges.

HUNGARY: BUDAPEST

On Garay Street, in the VII district of Budapest, this apartment has traditional features, including parquet floors, panelled doors, wide doorways and high ceilings. The 75sq m (807sq ft) apartment is on the first floor of a 1902 building close to the recently renovated Keleti Railway Station. There is an open-plan kitchen/dining/living room with traditional tile stove, two bedrooms and a bathroom. It was modernised in 2017. The owner is adding some of his art into the sale.
Price: HUF45,800,000 (about €141,500)
Agent: gesztenyeingatlan.hu

Situated in the VII district of Budapest, this apartment comes with traditional features.
Situated in the VII district of Budapest, this apartment comes with traditional features.

TURKEY: ANTALYA

In the resort of Kemer, this 140sq m (1,507sq ft) semi-detached house is in a scheme with two communal swimming pools, and a tennis and basketball court. Built in 2008, the two-storey house has a living room, kitchen, utility, three bedrooms (one en suite) and a bathroom. There are two terraces and a balcony. The beach is 600m away. There is skiing at Tahtali, 17km from here, and the airport is 57km away.
Price: £135,000 (about €150,845)
Agent: Vartur.com

The house is in a scheme with two communal swimming pools, and a tennis and basketball court.
The house is in a scheme with two communal swimming pools, and a tennis and basketball court.

US: VERMONT

In Greensboro, near the border with Canada, this three-storey house is in fields at the foot of Stannard Mountain. Built in 1880, the 234sq m (2,520sq ft) house, on Tousant Hill Road, has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Some of the living spaces have dedicated functions and others are free-flowing living, for a spot of undictated living. The house opens to a covered verandah overlooking a huge lawn, which is part of the acre (0.4 hectares) of land the house comes with.
Price: $172,500 (about €151,340)
Agent: sothebysrealty.com

This Vermont house is at the foot of Stannard Mountain.
This Vermont house is at the foot of Stannard Mountain.
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