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Here's the average price of a home in Castleknock in 2017

The latest data from Daft.ie.

THE AVERAGE LIST price of a property in Castleknock is now almost €450,000, according to the latest figures from Daft.ie.

Analysis for the third quarter of 2017 puts the average asking price in the area at €443,806.

This makes it one of the priciest neighbourhoods north of the Liffey – the fourth most expensive, in fact, with only Howth, Clontarf and Sutton outstripping it on home values. Across the river, it is roughly on a par with Cabinteely, Knocklyon and Ballinteer.

It is one of just a few areas where prices are approaching their Celtic Tiger peak. Average values in Castleknock peaked during the last boom at just under €562,000.

But prices aren’t rising as fast as they are in some places. In total, the listed cost of property has risen by just over 61% in Castleknock since hitting its lowest level in 2012/2013.

That is significantly below average for Dublin as a whole. The mean price increase since the trough across the capital is about 70%.

Read the full Your Neighbourhood guide to Castleknock here>

Your Neighbourhood is a new series of local area guides from TheJournal.ie, presented by KBC. We’re bringing you the best of city neighbourhoods combined with the latest data. If you live in Castleknock, let us know what you think of it in the comments!

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