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Here's the latest on house prices in Grangegorman in 2018

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GRANGEGORMAN IS AN area whose profile is on the rise, thanks to the new DIT campus and the green Luas extension. It sits on the dividing line between Phibsboro and Stoneybatter.

While property prices in the area aren’t specifically tracked in analysis by, we can get a good idea from these neighbouring areas. 

The average asking price of a property in Phibsboro is €405,174, while the equivalent in Stoneybatter is €372,404. 

Since the recession, property values across Dublin 7 have been climbing at some of the fastest rates anywhere in the city. Prices in Smithfield, Stoneybatter, Phibsboro, Cabra and along the North Circular Road have more than doubled since reaching their lowest level in 2012. 

Cabra, just north of Grangegorman, has shown the biggest relative increase anywhere in the country – with prices rocketing by 146% in the last six years. 

Read the full guide to Grangegorman here>

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