What will €365,000 buy in Dublin and Cavan?

Town&Country: Two-bed cottage in Ballybough or detached house in Virginia

2 Foster Terrace, Ballybough, Dublin 3

2 Foster Terrace, Ballybough, Dublin 3

 

TOWN

Address 2 Foster Terrace, Ballybough, Dublin 3
Agent Quillsen
This centrally located 69sq m (743sq ft) mid-terrace house is within walking distance of the Luas and Dart stations at O’Connell Street and Clontarf respectively, and is also 1.5km from the IFSC. Recently renovated, it has two double bedrooms upstairs and an open-plan living/kitchen/dining area downstairs. There is space to extend to the rear – subject to planning.
Plus Centrally located
Minus Despite being renovated the BER is F

COUNTRY

Crossafehan, Virginia, Co Cavan
Crossafehan, Virginia, Co Cavan

Address Crossafehan, Virginia, Co Cavan
Agent Fintan Cahill Auctioneers
Located just 500m from the shore of Lough Ramor, just outside the town of Virginia, this 253sq m (2,723sq ft), this property has five or six bedrooms – depending on use – and was built on a three quarter acre site. National and secondary schools are both within a 5km drive, and the locality has high-speed broadband. The property has two kitchens, three reception rooms and a home office, and is located close to the M3, appealing for those wishing to commute to Dublin.
Plus Substantial house in good order
Minus It’s a drive to the local shop

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