Estate agents across the country are currently coming to the end of their third week back open.
While the market never stopped during Covid-19, it has got moving a bit more since June 8th.
With that in mind, we thought we’d take a look at the top 10 most viewed properties on MyHome.ie over the last three weeks.
On the hunt for some property inspiration? Take a look at the homes below…
This stunning single storey over garden level Victorian Villa has certainly caught the eye of MyHome.ie visitors with its classic exterior and ultra-stylish interior
This 3 bed semi-detached home in Clonskeagh has caught the eye with everything from its location to, to its style, to its generous gardens to the front and rear. Worth a look.
Room To Improve enthusiasts are clearly drawn to this 3 bed end of terrace property in Kimmage. The fact it requires total modernisation hasn’t put people off checking it out.
Situated in the old CIE Works in Inchicore, this property has been restored to a very high standard in recent years and has caught the eye for the wooden treehouse in its back garden which can accommodate 8 adults.
In recent months people could have been forgiven for wanting to escape to their own private oasis but you can enjoy peace and quiet all the time in this private residential island off the West Cork coast.
This 2 bed cottage is set in the scenic countryside on a site of 1.43 acres. Quaint and cost, it has attracted plenty of interest this month.
This 3 bed terraced house in Sandymount is another in need of complete refurbishment but that hasn’t put people off looking into it.
This 3 bed cottage in Foxford, Co Mayo has hit the headlines after being placed up for raffle in support of our healthcare workers. Entry is still possible with details on the brochure page.
Located beside the gates to Herbert Park, this 2 bed terraced house in Donnybrook has caught people’s attention for the extensive remodelling, refurbishment and extension work that has taken place with every inch of space maximised.
This double fronted home in Clonskeagh might date from the 1940s but an extension and renovation in 2004, coupled with a recent redecoration, means it has caught the eye of several people hunting for a house right now.