The power of golf showed itself recently when agencies in Ireland reported taking staggeringly expensive accommodation bookings for the Ryder Cup in 2027 – that’s five years in advance of the prestigious competition coming to Limerick!
If affordability is high on your priority list and you’re wondering where the cheapest place to live in Ireland is, we’ve got you covered. At the end of 2021, average house prices in the Emerald Isle were €290,998, but there are plenty of areas where property is much cheaper than this. Here are five affordable places to buy a home in Ireland.
One of the main joys of Ireland is just how different each county is. From vibrant and colourful cities to jaw-dropping rugged landscapes, there is something for everyone in the Emerald Isle. Today we compare two counties, Dublin and Donegal, delving into what each has to offer, the best places to buy a home and how much it would cost you.
Nestled in its south west corner, Cork is Ireland’s largest county and is home to some of its most incredible scenery, as well as Cork City itself – widely regarded as the ‘real Irish capital’. Cork City is an exciting place to be, but today we’re venturing out of the city limits to reveal the surrounding area, investigating the best locations, climate and prices of property.
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