What sold for €295k in Dublin 8, Cabra, Lucan, Co Wicklow and Co Clare

Take5: A Liberties cottage, Lucan semi, D7 project, Greystones apartment and Mountshannon turnkey

15 Meath Square, Dublin 8

15 Meath Square, Dublin 8

 

15 Meath Square, off Grey Street, Dublin 8

Turnkey one-bedroom Liberties cottage with a light-filled 33 sq m layout comprising living, galley-style kitchen and double bedroom. Small patio to rear.
Asking: €295,000
Sold: €295,000
Difference: none
Agent: Colliers

122 St Attracta Road, Cabra, Dublin 7
122 St Attracta Road, Cabra, Dublin 7

122 St Attracta Road, Cabra, Dublin 7

Spacious two-bedroom house of 104 sq m, with a sizeable walled garden to the rear. Large livingroom, eat-in kitchen leading to a sun room. Garage to convert.
Asking: €295,000
Sold: €295,000
Difference: none
Agent: Brock Delappe

207 Seabourne View, Greystones, Co Wicklow
207 Seabourne View, Greystones, Co Wicklow

207 Seabourne View, Greystones, Co Wicklow

Elegant two-bed apartment directly overlooking Charlesland golf course with a large balcony leading off the livingroom. Around 71 sq of space and parking.
Asking: €304,000
Sold: €295,000
Difference: -3%
Agent: Sherry FitzGerald

9 Newcastle Road, Lucan, Co Dublin
9 Newcastle Road, Lucan, Co Dublin

9 Newcastle Road, Lucan, Co Dublin

Updated semi-detached three-bed with new flooring and windows throughout its 94 sq m. Two reception rooms with fireplaces. Back garden in need of TLC.
Asking: €296,000
Sold: €296,000
Difference: none
Agent: Dalton & Co

1 Harbour View, Mountshannon, Co Clare
1 Harbour View, Mountshannon, Co Clare

1 Harbour View, Mountshannon, Co Clare

Four-bedroom detached house with stunning views over Lough Derg and 258 sq m of living space finished to a high standard. Walking distance to village.
Asking: €325,000
Sold: €295,000
Difference: -9%
Agent: Sherry FitzGerald O’Toole Madden

Prices from the Residential Property Price Register, August/September 2020.

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