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The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - The Market -

Frank Greene Prop­erty Sales is seek­ing ¤125,000 for this three-bed bun­ga­low at 2 The Pig Lane, Edge­worth­stown, Long­ford

Tur­key Fethiye

On Tur­key’s west coast, with walk­ing dis­tance to the beach, this four-bed­room villa is in the çalis, Fethiye re­gion. The house is on three lev­els with the main bed­room on the top open­ing to a roof ter­race. The other bed­rooms and a bath­room are on the floor be­low and liv­ing ac­com­mo­da­tion is on the ground floor. The villa shares a swim­ming pool with neigh­bours. Price: £114,000 (about ¤124,650) Agent: var­tur.com

France Poitou Char­entes

This 19th cen­tury manor house with gar­den is on France’s west side in the ham­let of Mouterre-Silly, five min­utes from Loudun. It has the high ceil­ings and tall win­dows of its pe­riod. The 140sq mhouse has liv­ing rooms at ground level and three bed­rooms above. There is a sep­a­rate apart­ment in an an­nex. There are also out­build­ings in the gar­den which in­cludes a small or­chard. Price: ¤125,000 Agent: french­es­tateagents.com

Lom­bardy, Como, San Siro, Italy

On the west side of lake Como in the San Siro re­gion of north­ern Italy, this 80sq m, two-bed­room house has a great view of the wa­ter. On two floors, the house has a liv­ing room with fire­place that opens onto a 5sq m ter­race, a kitchen, two bed­rooms and a bath­room. Be­neath the house are two stone-vaulted cel­lars. Price: ¤125,000 Agent: in­ter­na­tion­al­horizens.co.uk

Bul­garia Ve­liko Tarnovo

A whole pile of build­ings come with this prop­erty that in­cludes two houses and a restau­rant. Set be­tween the his­toric city of Ve­liko Tarnovo and the tra­di­tional, tourist town of Tryavna, the prop­erty in­cludes a house of about 100 years with ex­posed wooden beams and stone walls (which has been ren­o­vated) and a new house: they are con­nected by the restau­rant. Views take in moun­tains. Price: ¤125,000 Agent: homes­di­rect-bg.com

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