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What can you buy for $70,000 (€50,000) in the Irish property market? Photo by: Getty

Are these the cheapest houses in Ireland?

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What can you buy for $70,000 (€50,000) in the Irish property market? Photo by: Getty

Ireland’s Central Statistics Office reports that house prices in the Republic of Ireland are up by 7.8 percent, in the 12 months to March, but there are still bargains out there. We took a look at what you can get for $70,000 (€50,000).

From apartments in Galway to houses in Tipperary, it seems that there are still some steals on the Irish market.

Where: Crinkill, Birr, County Offaly

Price: $70,000 (€50,000)
What: Semi-detached ranch-style house, three-bedroom, one bathroom
Features: Close to Birr town, new build, tiled roof.

Where: 47 Glen Court, Emly, Tipperary Town, County Tipperary

Price: $70,000 (€50,000)
What: Three-bedroom house, two bathrooms
Features:  Terraced house in Emly village.

Where:  6 Radharc Na Farraige Casla, Costello, County Galway

Price: $70,000 (€50,000)
What: Two-bedroom apartment, one bathroom
Features: Ground floor apartment in 12 apartment development in Gaeltacht village of Casla. Near local amenities including the Radio Na Gaeltachta, TG4, and Rosaveal Harbour with its ferry connection to the Aran Islands.

Where:  No. 9 The Courtyard, Dunleer, County Louth

Price: $70,000 (€50,000)
What: Two-bedroom apartment, one bathroom
Features: Centrally located in Dunleer, within 12 miles of Dundalk town center, 14 miles from Drogheda.

Source: Daft.ie

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