What will €350,000 buy in Dublin 9 and Co Westmeath?

Town&Country: Drumcondra terrace with attic conversion or Killucan parochial house

Town: 6 St Joseph’s Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

Town: 6 St Joseph’s Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

 

TOWN

Address 6 St Joseph’s Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
Agent MoveHome
This 46sq m (495sq ft) home has had an attic conversion, adding 27sq m (290sq ft) of space. Inside are a frontroom, an open-plan living and dining area with kitchen, and a bathroom. The attic has two rooms and a toilet. There is a yard at the back.
Plus Nicely renovated house with a modern look
Minus If you want to rent out the property or sell it on you will need to look at the planning status of the “bedrooms” in the attic

COUNTRY

Country: Killucan Parochial House, Co Westmeath
Country: Killucan Parochial House, Co Westmeath

Address Killucan Parochial House, Killucan, Co Westmeath
Agent Egan Auctioneers
This parochial house, which was built in the late 1800s, sits on 1.4ac of land with a walled garden. On the ground floor are two reception rooms with marble fireplaces; a modern kitchen with an oil-fired range, a utility, a dining area, a sunroom, an office, a bathroom and a bootroom. There is a bathroom on the half-landing, and on the first floor are three bedrooms, two with en suites and one with a walk-in wardrobe. At the front of the first floor is an oratory, or prayer-room, with a stained-glass window. The house is 16km from Mullingar town. BER exempt.
Plus Period proportions and details including high ceilings, tall windows, a wide hall, decorative plasterwork, wood panelling and marble fireplaces
Minus Grass and conifers dominate the garden

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