3 Properties for €200,000 in Co. Meath

3 Properties for €200,000 in Co. Meath

3 Properties for €200,000 in Co. Meath

This weeks three featured properties are all located in Co. Meath and all three are priced at €200,000! All properties are deemed good value for money which would make ideal first time buy or family homes. First on the cards is 50 Fitzherbert Court, a 3 bed semi property located in Navan. The property is described as a spacious house in walk in condition and boasts a maintenance free exterior with ample parking. Take a closer look at 50 Fitzherbert Court, Navan

Coming at number two, and again for €200,000, is 135 Cluain Ri in Ashbourne. New to the market, 135 Cluain Ri is a spacious 3 bed terrace property in show house condition & would make a fabulous family home. Take a closer look at 135 Cluain Ri, Ashbourne

Last up on the list is coincidently No. 3 Abbey Close located on the outskirts of Trim. Number 3 is described as a “very attractive 3 bed semi detached family home in a lovely quiet location”. Among a long list of features the property is in walk in condition with a well-maintained green area and maintenance free property exterior. Take a closer look at 3 Abbey Close, Rochford Manor, Trim

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Laura at 12:01 pm

    Well said Jimmy! I agree with you completely. Just because a real estate site says a property is good value certainly doesn’t make it so. We heard that tune from estate agents for years and look where we are now.

  2. Jimmy at 2:56 pm

    “Deemed good value for money” by whom? By the property “experts” who ruined the country of course! In these pokey little houses the wardrobe door will hit the side of the bed, the lounge is so small you have to chose between furniture or people, there is no laundry, no utility room, no garage, nowhere to even put the family’s bicycles, and no store rooms.
    Before rushing out to view, consider the real value; how much would such a house rent for? Do not pay more than 12-years rent i.e. €800 x 12 months x 12 years = €115,200, that is the market value of that house, and don’t pay a penny more. Housing is returning to the long term average price and it still has a long way to fall, in this case a fall of about 42% is needed.
    Many of you or I could loose our jobs tomorrow just like the 750 people at Pfizer, why in God’s name would anyone overpay for a pokey little house in these circumstances? Better to wait for the bottom of the market and buy something decent at a fair price.

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