6 Houses Under a €150K Budget

6 Houses Under a €150K Budget

Buying

[Updated Feburary 2020]

 

Sticking to a tight budget might make you think there won’t be much available on the market.

 

But don’t believe the hype because if you know where you look, there’s plenty of attractive homes for sale at affordable prices.

 

Whether you’re a first time buyer, looking to invest or considering downsizing, here are six great properties all under an affordable budget of €150,000.

 

Family 3 Bed in Charleville, County Cork: €140,000

 

 

Feast your eyes on this gorgeous three bed semi-detached home located in the sought after Mannxville are of Charleville town.

 

It lies just one kilometre from Charleville town centre and is comprised of a spacious and decked out kitchen, a cosy living room with wood burning stove, three large bedrooms and a shower room.

 

 

The home comes with a large garden to the rear with a garage which provides ample space for the kids to play or for hosting outdoor BBQ parties in the summer.

 

All things considered - it’s unlikely this place will be on the market for long.

 

3 Bed Family Abode in Clifden, County Galway: €125,000

 

 

This detached family home is located just 1km from Connemara’s capital city; Clifden.

 

The property has been recently refurbished and comes with double glazing, modern appliances, renovated bathrooms and a solid fuel stove to warm your bones.

 

There’s also a handsome wooden deck to the rear which would make the ideal spot for dining al fresco when the Irish summer finally arrives.

 

 

Clifden itself is a lovely town, with plenty of quality pubs, good seafood restaurants and best of all the annual Connemara pony show.

 

There’s a range of range of sporting and leisure facilities, with fishing, boating, and golfing nearby.

 

Turn-key Four Bed in Borrisokane, County Tipperary: €129,950

 

 

Ready and waiting for its new owner is this lovely four-bedroom house situated in the heart of Borrisokane town.

 

It’s bright and airy inside with a modern kitchen/dining room, open fireplace and bedrooms with built-in wardrobes to maximise space.

 

 

The master bedroom and the downstairs bedroom are both en-suite, and there’s also a family bathroom upstairs for extra convenience. 

 

The bedrooms have timber flooring, there’s a nice garden to the rear and there’s also parking out front.

 

For a family home, it’s hard to tick more boxes than this.

 

Cottage Charm in Carrick-on-Shannon, County Roscommon: €84,950

 

You’ll find this dreamy cottage within minutes of Carrick-on-Shannon.

 

It sits amongst mature gardens and offers the lucky owners elevated views over the open countryside.

 

It’s located very close to nature and so is ideal for walkers or lovers of the outdoors.

 

 

The house has two bedrooms, a bathroom, a rustic country-style kitchen and a welcoming living room complete with open fire.

 

This would be an ideal purchase for a retirement property, a first-time buyer or someone looking for a charming holiday home.

 

A Blank Canvas in Blacklion, County Cavan: €139,000

 

 

This big five bed family home isn’t quite ready for you to move in – it comes to the market under construction and gives you the option of buying it as is or buying it complete and ready for living.

 

On the upside that means you can unleash your inner interior design guru and make it just the way you’d like it.

 

The house offers pretty countryside views and is set to have a kitchen/dining room, a utility room, a sunroom, a living room and 5 bedrooms of which 3 will be en-suite.

 

Once completed, it would make the ideal family home.

 

Mid Terrace Magic in Finglas, Dublin 11: €130,000

 

 

No list of sub-€150k properties would be complete without proving you don’t need to be a multi-millionaire to own a house in Dublin.

 

This bright and spacious mid-terrace house is located in Finglas south. S

 

ure, the place is in need of minor refurbishment but with a little effort you’d transform this into a dreamy family home.

 

There’s 3 bedrooms upstairs and downstairs there’s a light-filled lounge, a kitchen, a family bathroom and an entrance hallway all spread over 77sqm.

 

Comes with a nice back garden to the rear too. Dublin city centre is easily reached by bus, Luas or bike if you’re up for it!

 

In Summary:

There’s no denying that Irish house prices have been on creeping up over the last few years.

 

But that doesn’t mean that owning a house is just a pipe dream.

 

With a little bit of searching and creativity you can find a selection of houses that will fit just about any budget.

 

If none of the houses in this article take your fancy, use our search tool - You can filter by price, location, bedrooms and more to find your ideal match.

 

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