Full sea view adds €11,000 to the value of a property - Report

Wanting to live somewhere with a sea view could see you paying up to a third more for a house.

New research from Daft.ie shows a full sea view adds an average of €11,000 to the value of a property.

The findings are based on half a million listings over the last decade.

Living near a blue flag beach can also boost the value by over €6,000.

But having a house near cliffs can see the value fall by up to €7,000.

Claremont Beach, Howth.

- Digital Desk


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