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Domestic buyers are leading the charge to acquire Irish country homes, according to Edward Townshend, associate director of country homes at Colliers Jackson-Stops.

18th June, 2005

Domestic buyers are leading the charge to acquire Irish country homes, according to Edward Townshend, associate director of country homes at Colliers Jackson-Stops. According to Townshend, of the 300 potential buyers on the firm's books, 65 per cent are Irish, 25 per cent are British and 10 per cent from Europe and the United States.

“Approximately a third of prospective purchasers wish to buy within an hour's drive of the capital, which would take in Dublin and its surrounding...

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