Five homes on view this week in Dublin, Tipperary and Meath

With houses in Citywest, Clerihan, Grand Canal Dock, Johnstown and Foxrock

2 The Lawn, Citywest Village, Dublin 24

€460,000, DNG

Three-bedroom mid-terrace house extending to 109sq m (1,173sq ft). With car parking for two cars, the house has a private landscaped south-facing rear garden and the Luas Red Line on the doorstep. In excellent order, the M50, N81 and N7 are easily accessible. Ber A2

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The Old Rectory, Newchapel, Clerihan, Co Tipperary

€345,000, Maher Auctioneers


Detached five-bedroom house extending to 263sq m (2,831sq ft). Dating all the way back to 1791, the protected structure sits on just over one acre of landscaped grounds. In need of some upgrading, its original sash windows were restored in 2023, and there is a further 75sq m in the basement. Ber-exempt

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427 Longboat Quay North, Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2

€550,000, Lansdowne Partnership

Two-bedroom apartment extending to 65sq m (700sq ft). Located on the fifth floor, the unit has designated underground parking, a balcony overlooking private gardens, and two large double bedrooms – one of which is en-suite. Ber B3

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1 Cois Glaisin Close, Johnstown, Co Meath

€385,000, Lydon Farrell Property

Semi-detached four-bedroom house extending to 120sq m (1,292sq ft). Located within walking distance of a host of amenities, the property has low-maintenance landscaped gardens and qualifies for a green mortgage. Ber B2

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3 Willow Grove, Cornelscourt, Foxrock, Dublin 18

€945,000, Sherry FitzGerald

Detached four-bedroom house extending to 162sq m (1,743sq ft). Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, the property, which is a short stroll from the villages of Cabinteely, Cornelscourt and Foxrock, has dual side access to the rear garden – which has room to extend – subject to planning permission. Ber D2

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Elizabeth Birdthistle

Elizabeth Birdthistle

Elizabeth Birdthistle, a contributor to The Irish Times, writes about property, fine arts, antiques and collectables