Property review: Trophy homes defy the gloom to fetch millions
The resilience of the real estate sector this past few months was especially apparent at the top end of the market
The ability to adapt in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic was undeniably evident in the property world last year, with the fundamental economic principle of supply and demand the defining feature.
Virus-associated lockdowns have exacerbated the chronic problem of lack of supply in both the new and second hand markets. That, coupled with rising and pent-up demand, has pushed up prices again as buyers compete against each other and vendors jump at the opportunity...
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A residence to remember in the heart of Kildare racing country
Dyann House in Mountarmstrong, Donadea, Co Kildare is now on the market at a reduced price of €2.65 million
House of the Week: A stunning contemporary home in the heart of rural Limerick
Toorlougher, near the village of Murroe, is now on the market with a guide price of €550,000
Two halves make a whole lot of space in modern Wexford home
The four-bedroom detached house near Gorey comes to market in show house condition and is guiding €600,000
On the market: a weekly guide to homes for sale around the country
A two-bed artisan’s cottage in Fairview, Dublin 3, and a four-bed detached house in Killarney, Co Kerry, are among the residences on offer this week