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Here's the average price of a home in Bishopstown and Wilton in 2018

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THE AVERAGE ASKING price of a home in Bishopstown and Wilton is now just under €303,000, according to the latest figures.

Analysis by across all properties on the market in this neighbourhood over the first three months of 2018 puts the average list price at €302,867.

This puts Bishopstown and Wilton in the same league as other large residential neighbourhoods in Cork city. The average asking price in Douglas is just under €306,000, while in Blackrock it is €310,000.

The most expensive area remains Rochestown, where the average list price currently stands at €328,000.

The good news is that prices in Bishopstown and Wilton is that prices have seen little growth over the past 12 months – increasing by just 2.1% on average since the first quarter of 2017.

This marks a definite slowdown against the previous year, when prices in the neighbourhood jumped by more than 10 per cent over 12 months.

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The average year-on-year increase to 2018 across Cork city and county is 6.7%, while nationwide it is roughly 8 per cent.

Read the full guide to Bishopstown and Wilton here>

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