According to Daft.ie’s latest House Price report, South Dublin is Ireland’s most expensive location at €599,000 (£535,275) and a property right in the heart of the city will cost €335,000 (£299,345). But, where are the cheapest homes in Ireland? With the average Irish property being €254,000 (£227,000) – it’s clear there are bargains to out there if you’re willing to cast your net further afield. Therefore, today we’re taking a look at where to find the cheapest homes in Ireland.
You did it! Thanks to your meticulous planning and preparation you successfully navigated the overseas property buying process. You also took care of all those other important tasks on your pre-move checklist without a hitch. Everything from sorting your pet’s passport and obtaining the necessary insurance to organising your leaving do. Now that you’re finally in possession of the keys to your home it’s time to turn your attention to settling into your new life in Ireland.
When considering where to buy your Irish holiday home, it’s important to factor in what you dream of using it for. Will you use it as a base for exploring the trails of the Wild Atlantic Way or the Glendalough Loop? Are you looking to spend long weekends by the Irish coast? Do you want to getaway to immerse yourself in Ireland’s live music scene? Or, must you be on the doorstep of the best cycling routes in Ireland?
Christian and Jodi Connor had dreamt of moving to Ireland for 15 years. In 2018, they finally took the leap and bought a beautiful B&B in County Sligo. We caught up with them about their new Irish life.