I am sure you are thinking of purchasing property in Europe, because it is absolutely beautiful. Whether you want to purchase an apartment in Barcelona or if you want a villa on the Amalfi Coast, you have come to the right place, because in this guide, I will be listing out some of the cheapest locations in Europe where you can buy property.
- Firstly, let me talk about Europe’s hidden gems. If we are talking about city life, I am sure that Paris and Copenhagen will be at the top of your list. I would also like to add that London is absolutely spectacular when it comes to city life. The cost of purchasing property in the centre of Paris is around €11,000 per square metre. It would come up to £9500.
- If city living is not exactly your thing and if you want to purchase property in the wonderfully scenic countryside of Europe, probably in a place like Tuscany, it is actually affordable. According to a lot of surveys, people actually end up paying around £250,000 for a house in the outskirts or in the countryside of places like Tuscany. The average in Spain is around £117,000.
- If you are somebody who is out to purchase a house in a rural location, you probably want to avoid the bustle and the hustle of living in a city. I can understand that city life can be very noisy and a countryside home it’s probably amazing for a quiet life. You should definitely purchase a house in the outskirts of France or Spain. These places have absolutely stunning countryside views coupled with some amazing choices for wine as well.
- Some inexpensive yet designed locations in Europe would be Spain, Italy, Germany, Ireland, et cetera. Spain happens to be a large city which is also a very affordable place to live. It is also quite metropolitan in certain areas.
- In Madrid, you can actually find a lot of cheaper neighbourhoods where you can afford decent-sized homes.
- I am sure that Dublin is also probably an option for you. If you do not mind travelling further to get to the centre, the suburbs of Dublin would be a great idea for you. The living cost in Dublin is actually pretty affordable when compared to cities like London.
- If you want to move to a fashion capital, I suggest you move to Milan. You can get an apartment for around £100,000. Located near the northeast side of the city centre, Milan boasts a lot of affordable yet beautiful options which can give you easy connections to the heart of the city.