Newfound alternative to sun, sea and sand

When houses at the Humber Valley resort first went on the market in 2002, the developers could have been forgiven for thinking that finding Irish buyers would be a challenge.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
15th October, 2005

When houses at the Humber Valley resort first went on the market in 2002, the developers could have been forgiven for thinking that finding Irish buyers would be a challenge. Would investors really be prepared to travel via London all the way to the west coast of Newfoundland, an area which could hardly be described as an international property hotspot?

Almost four years on, more than 100 Irish buyers have done just that. Of the 321...

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