Written by Roseanne Bradley,
2nd November 2022

The Emerald Isle is renowned worldwide for its beautiful countryside and welcoming locals. For those thinking about investing in Irish property or even considering a move across the Irish Sea, you’ve come to the right place.

According to Daft.ie the average home price in the Emerald Isle is €311,874. So, to accurately reflect the property market over there, we’ve pulled together 9 Irish properties that are on the market right now. Plus, they’re all priced between €300,000 and €400,000.

Stratford-on-Slaney home

Four-bedroom house in Stratford-on-Slaney €325,000

If it’s countryside you’re after, you couldn’t do better than this gorgeous family home in Stratford-on-Slaney. With a guide price of €325,000, this house comes with one acre of organic land, four generously sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s built in a private setting and exudes history.

Perfect for couples or families with members who work from home as it has a defined working space. It’s also within commutable distance of Dublin and North Kildare. I’m interested in this Stratford-on-Slaney home

County Wexford home

Detached cottage in County Wexford, €325,000

This home is perfect for those who like the idea of being away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Crofton Cottage in County Wexford is a four-bedroom home with a large modern-plan living area. It’s been recently renovated and boasts three nicely sized bedrooms – ideal for family living.

Surrounded by greenery, this cottage has a huge garden with a variety of trees and shrubs that’d welcome a keen gardener. If you like the look of this rural home, take a virtual tour on Rightmove Overseas today.

This home in Co, Cork is surrounded by greenery

Semi-detached four-bedroom house in County Cork, €335,000

This modern home in County Cork is a well-presented four-bedroom house that’s ready to welcome its new owners.

Built in 2006, this semi-detached home has up-to-date appliances and is decorated to a high standard. To the rear there’s ample space to enjoy gardening or for kids to play.

If you’re a keen cyclist, this home is nearby a new cycle highway to Midleton. If you’re an expert, Cork is 21km away. If that sounds like a challenge you’re up to, head to Rightmove Overseas to virtually tour this modern home.

Substantial West Cork home

Family home in County Cork, €345,000

Calling all families… this West Cork home ticks all the boxes. It has four bedrooms, over an acre of land and spacious living areas.

Features include a bright entrance hall, full-height attic space (suitable for conversion), a sunny conservatory and oil-fired central heating.

If you can see you and your family settling into this County Cork home, don’t hesitate to view the full property listing on Rightmove Overseas.  

Semi-detached three-bedroom house in Dublin

Divine Dublin home for three, €345,000

You can’t look at this home and not want to know more. It’s beautiful and it’s in Dublin! Sitting on a neat row of terraced cottages. This charming home has a popular design, off-street parking and large gardens to the front and rear. And that’s just the outside! Inside, you’ll find a classic living room (in need of a bit of TLC) but the basics are there, including a fireplace.

The bedrooms are generously sized, as is the kitchen/dining area. It’s perfect for a growing family looking to settle down in Ireland. Find out more here.

Nenagh bungalow

Four-bedroom bungalow in Nenagh, €349,950

Nestled in the Nenagh countryside, you’ll find this Capparoe four-bed home. Completely detached, this property has stunning views oof the Silvermines mountains.

This modern bungalow boasts two reception rooms and a tiled kitchen/dining room. This is what you’d typically expect from an Irish home. The homey sitting room is carpeted and reserved for family, whereas the living room is bright and airy, with a fireplace at the centre – made for entertaining family and friends.

View this property on Rightmove Overseas

The rear of this Kilkenny home is welcoming

Three-bedroom detached bungalow in Kilkenny €390,000

Sitting 8.5km outside of Kilkenny, you’ll find this detached bungalow which has been recently modernized to suit new owners. Outside, you’ll find manicured lawns to the front and a welcoming patio to the rear with plenty room for entertaining.

If you’re at home in the kitchen, you’ll love the spacious design of this kitchen/dining area which has lots of storage space and a solid fuel cooker as well as modern appliances.

Dive into Rightmove Overseas to view more images of this Kilkenny home

Semi-detached home in Dublin

Two-bedroom semi-detached house in Dublin €395,000

You can’t deny that this Dublin home isn’t cute. The red window paint really makes it pop. Inside is just as charming. The side door acts as the main entrance, opening to an entrance hall and stairs.

The ground floor is home to the first bedroom and kitchen, which both have access to a private courtyard along the side of the house. Upstairs, the stairs welcome you into a homey living room with a brick wall feature, the bathroom and 2nd bedroom.

It’s small, but welcoming – perfect for a small family who’re looking to settle down in Dublin. Find out more on Rightmove Overseas

Esker Lodge, Westmeath

Five-bedroom detached bungalow in Westmeath €399,950

Sitting at the very top end of the €300,000-400,000 bracket, you can clearly see the difference between this gorgeous home and the others that the extra euros give you.

This is Esker Lodge. A detached bungalow in impeccable condition in County Westmeath with five bedrooms. This home would be ideal for a growing family as it’s well-located for schools and is within walking distance of all essential shops.

All on one level, this home is split in two from the entrance hall. To the left are the bedrooms and bathrooms, while the right is home to the living quarters. It has two sitting rooms, a dining room and a kitchen/breakfast area.

If this home ticks all your boxes, make sure you book a viewing with Rightmove Overseas.

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