Hottest Properties August 2022
If you’re interested in peeking inside the most popular properties on the market across Ireland, then keep reading! We’ve rounded up the highest viewed properties in August 2022, from Achill Island to the Roscommon countryside to Dublin’s seaside towns & more.
If you’re a first-time buyer and would love your home to be within walking distance of Ballincollig Town centre, this is a must-see!
The property is located on a quiet cul de sac with off-street parking. Consists of a lounge with a feature open fireplace, a kitchen/dining room with fitted kitchen units and tiled splashback, a large guest WC, two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, the main bathroom and an attic.
This haven also has a rear patio and overlooks a green area up front. It comes in excellent condition; no wonder it had the most views this month.
This is one of the best budget homes for sale in Tallaght. It has bright and spacious living accommodations with a block-built shed to the rear.
Features include built-in storage, an open plan kitchen/dining room, large bedrooms, gas-fired central heating, low maintenance gardens and off-street parking. It also occupies an ideal position overlooking a green area, is within walking distance to the Luas, and has easy access to the local shops and the city centre through the N81 motorway. 15 Montpelier View may not stay long on the market.
You don’t want to miss this apartment close to the local amenities, shopping centres and the train station!
Located in the seaside town of Balbriggan with convenient access to the M1 & M50 intersection and Dublin Airport. The accommodation is spacious with wooden flooring in the L-shaped kitchen/dining/living room. It comes in excellent condition so you better start packing the bags.
This beautiful home in the countryside appeared in our 5 Stunning Homes Where Period Features Meet Modern Conveniences.
We love everything about it, from the upgrades and renovation works, the elegant reception rooms, the entertaining outdoor areas with a wood-fired pizza oven, the outbuildings and private gardens, the paddock up front to the fantastic views of Comeragh and Knockmealdown mountains and the open farmland.
If you’re dreaming of a spacious and idyllic haven, this one’s right for you!
Seeking a holiday home, an investment property or a family home? This apartment on the first floor comes in newly painted and ready to move into with generous-sized bedrooms, spacious bathrooms, an open plan layout and ample parking space outside the property.
Set near the River Flesk and neighbouring Brehon Hotel, its location could only get better. About 2km from Killarney Town and within walking distance to a wide range of recreational activities and the national park, this is just too good to be true.
#6 Achill, Mayo
Price: Price On Application
Escape the hustle and bustle into Brigadoon, an architect-designed luxury residence resting on the lower slopes of Slievemore Mountain on the edge of Keel village.
Finished to high standards, features include a sweeping Italian marble staircase and marble flooring in the reception hall, a solid wood kitchen with solid granite worktops, BOSE surround sound speaker system in the kitchen/living area, solid oak doors throughout, 5 ensuites & a jacuzzi bath, and ample space to work from home with excellent WiFi throughout. The large c.1-acre site has mature gardens, a tarmac driveway, a detached garage and an elevated position commanding panoramic views. With this house and its location, you’ll be spoiled.
From the square-cut stone piers at the entrance to the winding avenue, Tinny Park House is truly special. This Georgian family home sits on 6.2 acres with a stone coach house, stables, two paddocks laid in the grass and a separate walled garden.
With many original features, this graceful home is ready for internal fit-out. Accessed from the N60 road c.9 miles west of Roscommon Town, are you all set to own a tiny piece of history?
Denville is the ultimate in modern family living that has gone extensive refurbishment over the years with no expense spared and mod-cons incorporated.
A home of style and distinction, it enjoys a B3 energy rating and a state-of-the-art open plan kitchen/dining/ living space at the rear that opens onto a magnificent private sunny south-facing patio and garden. Four beautiful bedrooms are on the first floor; in the attic is the master suite boasting designer wardrobes, a built-in workspace and incredible views of Killiney Hill and across to Howth.
With a location that needs little introduction and just a quick stroll from the wonderful village of Dalkey, we could not ask for more!
Set in a rural location in the picturesque lakeside town of Virginia but only 300m to the N3 motorway and a 24-hour shop, this property enjoys the best of both worlds.
A 450sqm luxurious residence that’s architect-designed with brick façade, granite coins & cills, along with a 49.5sqm detached garage, stands on a lovely large landscaped c.1.06-acre site.
Accommodation laid across three floors with space for all the family, this would make a wonderful home. It also benefits from geothermal heating with an underfloor zoned heating system, a B2 energy rating and a huge attic room for multiple purposes.
Cedar Lodge is probably one of the most light-filled homes in Kilcoole. The use of high vaulted ceilings with wooden beams, skylights, large windows and open planning allows abundant light to flood throughout the home.
It was built in c1840 and has been beautifully renovated and extended to provide the comforts of a modern family home. Nestled on 0.2-acre gardens featuring a two-storey Wendy House, a tree house swing set, a picnic table, Barna shed, and a paved patio area for alfresco entertaining. Cedar Lodge also has easy access to the village, the train station and the beach!
An interesting mix of upgraded period homes, budget havens and luxury estates!
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