Boreenglass, Maughlineigh, Macroom, County Cork: among the homes on the market around Ireland for $28,000 or less.Daft

Ireland really is an investor’s property dream right now. The dollar is strong and the property market in Ireland is slowly climbing. However a few great bargains remain.

The latest Residential Property Price Index showed that house prices around Ireland rose by 0.6% in April. Yet, despite the property market slowly clambering back up, you can still spot some reasonable priced homes around the island.

We took a look at the market and picked out five houses, all priced under $29,000. Although some of them need renovation it’s fair to say that no matter what work needs to be done on these, as either holiday homes or investments, they would serve some shrewd buyer well.

Take a look:

Forty Acres

Where: Williamstown, County Galway

How much: $28,000 (€25,000)

What: Detached, three bedrooms, one bathroom


- Bungalow in need of renovation

- Located in a rural area but not far from the town

- Garden to front and rear of property

More information here.


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Where: Maughlineigh, Macroom, County Cork

How much: $28,000 (€25,000)

What: Detached, two bedrooms, one bathroom


- Cottage situated in a popular rural location within a 25 minute drive to Cork city

- Property is in need of full renovation

More information here.


Where: Ballyshannon, County Donegal

How much: $28,000 (€25,000)

What: Terraced, two bedroom, one bathroom

More information here.


Where: Crosserlough, County Cavan

How much: $22,517 (€20,000)

What: Detached, three bedrooms, one bathroom


- Two-story farmhouse on 0.17 hectares (0.41 acres)

- Located circe 4.3 mile (7km) from Ballyjamesduff town

- In need of refurbishment

More information here.

Mount Assumpta

Where: 45 Mount Assumpta, Ballina, County Mayo

How much: $21,390 (€19,000)

What: Semi-detached, four bedroom, one bathroom


- Property requires complete restoration

- House overlooks the local park

- Close to local amenities

More information here.

So what do you think? Would you invest in one of these cheap properties?

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