Six of the best homes with granny flats on the market right now!

Six of the best homes with granny flats on the market right now!

MyHome.ie recently launched our new advertising campaign based on what a house means to you.

Last week we focused on people’s desire to have a space for their kids to play. This week we decided to look at granny flats.

We know everyone’s dream home is unique to them and we really wanted the campaign to reflect that – what makes your house, your home? Perhaps it means being able to walk to work? Or perhaps a space for your Gran to stay? Perhaps it is space for the kids to play? Whatever it is we know it’s unique to you and you can find the property on MyHome.ie.

Using this theme we decided to expand on the tag line roomformygrantostaydot.ie and feature some of the best homes with granny flats on the market right now.

Check them out below…

Tynock, Kiltegan, Co Wicklow

  • Type: 4 bed country house
  • Estate Agent: HWP.ie
  • Asking price: €295,000

23 Jamestown Road, Finglas, Dublin 11

  • Type: 3 bed bungalow
  • Estate Agent: GWD
  • Asking price: €375,000

Caherleaheen, Tralee, Co Kerry

  • Type: 5 bed detached house
  • Estate Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Stephenson Crean
  • Asking price: €395,000

Ashdale House, Roxborough, Roscommon, Co Roscommon

  • Type: 4 bed detached house
  • Estate Agent: REA Seamus Carthy
  • Asking price: POA

Albany, Ashtown Lane, Wicklow, Co Wicklow

Type: 5 bed detached house
Estate Agent: DNG Bray
Asking price: €450,000

Grillough, Lismire, Newmarket, Co Cork

  • Type: 4 bed bungalow
  • Estate Agent: Sherry FitzGerald O’Donovan
  • Asking price: €160,000
There are 2 comments for this article
  1. Helen Carey at 11:08 pm

    Well said.

  2. Patrick Doyle at 3:31 pm

    I’ve been trying to get myself a property (a bungalow) or a ‘granny flat’ not far outside Dublin. I’m a wheelchair user. I’m not looking for a property for nothing or as handout. What I want is for Planners/Architects/Builders should remember that disability is not the preserve of those of us who currently have disabilities. Estate agents too, have a role to play in promoting housing for life. I’ve no wish to ‘scaremonger’ but is true is to say that ageing is a disabling process.

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