What can you buy for €125,000 in Co Donegal and Dublin?

A four-bedroom house in Donegal or a one-bed in Donabate, Dublin

Four-bedroom house on 0.9 acres near Raphoe, Co Donegal

Four-bedroom house on 0.9 acres near Raphoe, Co Donegal

 

Country

Address: Muntertinney, Raphoe, Co Donegal
Agent: Henry Kee & Son

Four-bed detached house on about 0.9 acres, a few minutes’ drive from Raphoe town. Accommodation includes a living room with granite fireplace, kitchen/diner, utility and conservatory. Two of the four bedrooms have en suites.

Plus: Large house on nearly an acre of land
Minus: Kitchen and bathroom still need to be fitted

Town

One-bedroom apartment in Donabate, Co Dublin  
One-bedroom apartment in Donabate, Co Dublin  

Address: 15 Turvey Woods, Donabate, Co Dublin
Agent: DNG McKenna Healy

On the top floor, this 45sq m (484sq ft) one-bed apartment has an open-plan dining/living area with fireplace, a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. It is a few minutes’ walk from Donabate Village and station (with trains to Dublin centre). Management fees: €975 a year. BER: F.

Plus: Attic storage, an open fire and leafy views.
Minus: Kitchen sits a bit awkwardly in the livingroom, like an afterthought.

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