How much? A round up of property prices from Ireland
Property prices in Ireland have dropped by 47 percent so why not take a peek?
Published Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 7:16 AM
Updated Wednesday, February 8, 2012, 10:47 AM
What can you get for €50,000 / $66,271: a three-bedroom house, Dingle, County Kerry
Photo by Daft.ie
This week Allsop / Space announced they would auction a two-room cottage in Leitrim for under $10,000.
So far, during the global recession, house prices in Ireland have dropped by 47 percent. The Financial Times reports that in Dublin house prices have now dropped by 54 percent.
We decided to take a look at properties from around Ireland. Here’s our selection of the best bargains in properties in various price ranges.
Here’s our pick:
Two-bedroom apartment, Limerick City
Reserve price listed. To be sold at Allsop / Shape auction 1st March.
Apartment includes reception room with kitchen area, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The apartment is one kilometer from Limerick City Center.
Three-bedroom house, Dingle, County Kerry
Terraced house situated on the outskirts of popular tourist destination, Dingle village. This property will also be sold at the Allsops / Space auction.
The property includes a front and back garden as well as four bedrooms, a reception room, kitchen, utility room, en suite shower room and main bathroom.
Four-bedroom detached house, Kilmore, County Wexford
Two-storey house just minutes from Kilmore Village and a five-minute drive from Ballyhealy Beach. Four-bedroom cottage retains original features, windows, cast iron fireplace, and doors. Situated on 0.6-acres of land.
Two-bedroom apartment, Salthill, County Galway
First-floor apartment in the heart of Salthill Village, just minutes from Galway City. The property comprises of a welcoming hall, large open-plan kitchen/dining/lounge area and a private balcony overlooking Galway Bay and the Clare hills. Includes two sizable double bedrooms.
A 14-bedroom, three bathroom house, Lisdoonvarna, County Clare
Located in the matchmaking capital of the world, and on the edge of the Burren National Park, the main building of Moher View needs some renovation. An extension at the rear of the property includes utility rooms and five bedrooms. Property is described as an “excellent opportunity.”