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Harold Strong via Geograph Apartments at the Twelfth Lock, where Blanch meets Castleknock
# Property Prices
Here's the average price of a home in Blanchardstown in 2018
The latest figures from

THE AVERAGE ASKING price of a home in Blanchardstown is now just under €256,000, according to the latest figures.

Analysis by across all properties advertised in the area in a three-month period puts the average list price at €255,712.

This makes the neighbourhood one of the cheapest on average across Dublin city and county – the 14th lowest-priced of 117 areas in the analysis.

However, Blanch remains marginally more expensive on average than other neighbouring areas – a disparity which may reflect the level of amenities on offer.

The average asking price in Tyrrelstown is €240,700; in Ongar, €233,100; and in Mulhuddart €206,700.

Ashtown, the area of Dublin 15 that is closest to the city centre, is only marginally more expensive than Blanchardstown at €260,400.

Asking prices in Blanchardstown have risen by 74 per cent since hitting their lowest level in 2012, when the average was just €146,900.

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