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

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

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.

- Digital Desk

More on this topic

Property price rises slowing as supply increases, CSO saysProperty price rises slowing as supply increases, CSO says

House prices in Dublin fall for first time in 7 yearsHouse prices in Dublin fall for first time in 7 years

Residential property prices have risen 85% since 2013; Dublin by 94%Residential property prices have risen 85% since 2013; Dublin by 94%

Shift in sentiment as house prices expected to decreaseShift in sentiment as house prices expected to decrease


More in this Section

Status yellow weather warning in place as country braces for snow and icy conditionsStatus yellow weather warning in place as country braces for snow and icy conditions

Tom Jones praises Irish talent on The Voice UK as Cork and Galway natives take to the stageTom Jones praises Irish talent on The Voice UK as Cork and Galway natives take to the stage

Extinction Rebellion takes its message to the doors of Dublin while canvassing in the cityExtinction Rebellion takes its message to the doors of Dublin while canvassing in the city

Varadkar continues to rule out working with Sinn FéinVaradkar continues to rule out working with Sinn Féin


Lifestyle

Orlagh Kelly owns The Reading Room bookshop on Main Street in Carrick-on-Shannon in Co Leitrim.We sell books: The Reading Room - ‘Small bookshops, curated by people who care, make a difference’

As Stockton’s Wing release a retrospective album, Mike Hanrahan tells Donal O’Keeffe about getting back on the road, and his love of cookingStill a beautiful affair: Mike Hanrahan talks about getting back on the road with Stockton's Wing

An ongoing cull is resulting in a major reduction in the deer population in one of the country’s most visited natural attractions.Donal Hickey: Deer birth patterns evolving

A Courtmacsherry neighbour, Kathy Gannon tells me that when the tide is out, the vast acres of clean, grey mud of the bay reflect the sun in splendour in the clear, sharp air.Damien Enright: ‘How enchanting for humanity that we have birds’

More From The Irish Examiner