Two-bed in Dublin or four-bed in Tuam for €350k

Portmarnock apartment offers communal garden, while Tuam house has fountain

 

COUNTRY

Address: Whitewell House, Kilshanvey, Kilconly, Tuam, Co Galway

Agent: Sherry Fitzgerald Mannion

Iron gates and pillars herald the entrance to this 210sq m (2,265sq ft) four-bed, four-bathroom house. Accommodation includes two reception rooms with oak floors and fireplaces, a dining room, utility and kitchen with doors to a patio. Three of the four upstairs bedrooms are en suite. The garden has trees, shrubs and a fountain. Located 30 minutes from Galway city. BER: C2.

Plus: In great condition inside

Minus: Visible oil tank in the garden lets down the landscape

TOWN

Address: 81 Greenview, Seabrook Manor, Portmarnock, Co Dublin

Agent: Dillon Marshall Property Consultants

This two-bed apartment with terrace is on the second floor of this block in the Seabrook Manor development. Accommodation includes an open-plan kitchen/dining/living room, and two bedrooms (one of which has an en suite and a balcony). Communal garden and parking.  Plus: Glazed doors from open-plan kitchen/living room onto a south-west facing terrace

Minus: Windows divided by too many thick mullions which break the view and lessen light

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