Address Parochial House, Kildalkey, Co Meath
Agent James L Murtagh and Associates
Dating from 1840, this Ber-exempt late-Georgian pile extending to 301sq m (3,356sq ft) will need refurbishment but has the bones of a lovely four-bedroom home. With stained glass and Wyatt-style windows, it retains some period features such as coving, deep architraves and shutters. It sits on 2½ acres on an elevated site in the town and also has cut-stone outbuildings.
Plus Late-Georgian gem with lots of potential
‘I can’t believe we’re living here’: Historic Wexford cottage that was at risk of falling into decline is restored
Minus The gardens feel rather bare and need attention
Address 80 Collegefort, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Agent Sherry FitzGerald
Extending to 99sq m (1,066sq ft), this end-of-terrace duplex occupies the first and second floor and has three bedrooms: two doubles and a single – currently used as an office. It is close to the Phoenix Park, has a south-facing balcony, a new gas boiler and benefits from a creche and playground on site. In good order, the C2-rated unit has a new stairs to the attic for storage.
Plus Large unit close to amenities and the Phoenix Park
Minus Entrance is up a flight of stairs, which could cause accessibility issues