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Here's how much a home in Greystones costs in 2018

According to the latest data from

THE AVERAGE ASKING price of a property in Greystones is now over €400,000, according to the latest data from

Analysis across all properties listed in the last three months of 2017 puts the average price at just under €408,000.

This puts Greystones firmly in the top tier of areas nationwide in terms of price. With close to 400 areas in the analysis, Greystones is the 52nd most expensive – well inside the top 15 per cent.

Only two areas outside Dublin are more expensive on average: its near neighbours Delgany (€455k) and Enniskerry (an eye-watering €606k).

And Greystones remains a good bit more expensive than Bray (€374k), despite the extra distance from Dublin.

However, the numbers also show that prices here have risen relatively slowly in the last few years. They are up 47.5 per cent since their lowest point in 2012. This might seem a dramatic increase, but the equivalent average in Dublin is just over 70 per cent.

This could be taken to suggest that prices in Greystones remained relatively robust during the recession – at least compared to some other areas where they have been much more volatile.

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