If you’re a Grand Designs fanatic like so much of the UK, perhaps you’re considering self-building your perfect home when you move to Ireland – so you can have it exactly how you want/ So, today, we’re looking at how to buy land to build on in Ireland, and the major points you need to consider before you embark on a self-build journey.
If you’re looking ahead to retirement, a new life in Ireland could be just the ticket: homes are very affordable, so you can easily get yourself a detached home with a bit of land. The people are welcoming and it’s just a short hop for the family to come and see you. Here are our ten steps to follow to retire to Ireland in 2019.
With Christmas (and the end of the year) currently winking at us from behind that bumper bottle of Baileys, it’s only natural to start reflecting on 2018, and where we might like to be this time next year. If Ireland is that special twinkle in your eye – either to buy property in Ireland, or to make the move permanently, it’s important to weigh up if it’s the right place for you and whether life there will leave you more fulfilled.
If you’re in the market for landscapes that take your breath away and a healthy dash of Irish culture on your doorstep when you move to Ireland, you should consider County Clare. Located due west of Ireland, above County Limerick and below County Galway, Clare is surrounded on almost all sides by water. Therefore, much of the County’s most attractive property enjoys wonderful views, either of the River Shannon and its estuary to the south or Galway Bay to the north. Basically, the county is a nature lovers’ playground. You can look forward to exploring The Burren or the shores of Lough Derg, a
One of the many wonderful things about Ireland is how easy it is to get around in a relatively short space of time. This means that after you make the move to Ireland, you can look forward to weekends exploring all corners of your new country, from the deserted beaches of Donegal, to the world-famous Ring of Kerry. If you are in the process of planning a move to Ireland, have you taken some time to consider what you will do with your car? Given the country’s proximity to the UK, it makes sense to take your vehicle with you, but what does that involve, and is it worth the time and money? Today,