What you can buy for €325k in Dublin and Tipperary

An apartment in Kilmainham, Dublin, or a five-bed house in Tipperary

 

33 Kilmainham Square, Dublin 8

33 Kilmainham Square, Dublin
33 Kilmainham Square, Dublin

This second-floor apartment in a scheme opposite Kilmainham Gaol has two bedrooms and measures 75sq m (803sq ft). Inside is a kitchen/living room with cherrywood and tiled floors. The main bedroom has an en suite bathroom and there is also a separate bathroom. The scheme incorporates a crèche, café, gallery and a Hilton hotel with leisure facilities. Service charge about €1,590 a year. BER: B3.
Plus: Dual-aspect living room/kitchen
Minus: Tiny window in the second bedroom
Agent: Brock DeLappe

Address: Kilcommon Cross, Kilcommon, Thurles, Co Tipperary

On just under an acre, this four-to-five bed house measures 281sq m (3,023sq ft). On the ground floor there are two living rooms, a kitchen/livingroom, dining room, utility and toilet. Upstairs are four bedrooms, all with en suites. The house is in Kilcommon village, and close to a shop, pub, school and other amenities. Limerick city is 37km away, and Thurles is 27km. There is a detached garage. BER: B3.

Plus: Lovely proportions inside and a good BER

Minus: Stark landscaping of lawn, tarmac and hedges

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Gleeson

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