Sunday June 7, 2020

Holiday Homes: From doer-uppers to waterside dream homes, there’s a world of choice for holiday home buyers in Ireland

Home for the holidays.

1st June, 2014
Otterbank: a unique turn-key house that sits in a spectacular waterfront position.

Six years after the Irish economy dived into recession, a trawl of online property websites reveals the holiday home market is still alive, although prices have dropped by up to 50 per cent from peak. With more affordable boltholes available around the country, agents are seeing an uptake in interest from buyers. They also note keen interest from cash buyers and retirees in well-located, good quality properties. Here, Tina-Marie O’Neill presents a snapshot of what’s...

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