What will €390,000 buy in Dublin and Tipperary?

Town & Country: Three-bed needing renovation in Killester or brand new four-bed in Newport

58 Killester Park, Killester, Dublin 5.

58 Killester Park, Killester, Dublin 5.

 

Town

Address: 58 Killester Park, Killester, Dublin 5
Agent: Flynn and Associates

This end of terrace three bedroom bungalow extends to 109sq m . In need of renovation, new owners will want to address the BER of E2, but there is huge scope to extend in the south easterly facing rear garden – subject to planning. There is a large shed in the rear garden which could be converted to a home office.

Plus: Huge scope to extend
Minus: BER of E2 will require addressing

34 Hillcrest Manor, Newport, Co Tipperary.
34 Hillcrest Manor, Newport, Co Tipperary.

Country

Address: 34 Hillcrest Manor, Newport, Co Tipperary
Agent: REA John Lee

This newly built detached four bedroom house extends to a generous 218sq m and has a large rear garden. The property is located just outside Newport town, which is 16 kilometres from Limerick, and has two primary and secondary schools nearby. It is just three kilometres from the Clare Glens for outdoor pursuits.

Plus: Brand new property
Minus: The BER of B2 is low for a newly constructed house

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