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Property Prices

Here's the average price of a home in Clontarf in 2018

The figures from

THE AVERAGE ASKING price of a property in Clontarf is just over €545,000, according to the latest figures from 

Analysis across all properties advertised for sale in the area between April and June 2018 puts the average list price at €545,325.

This makes Clontarf the second highest-priced neighbourhood north of the river in Dublin (behind Howth). Overall, the average price is the 23rd highest of 117 neighbourhoods across the capital. 

Most areas at a similar price point are classic leafy Southside – including Milltown and Dartry (€537k), Rathmines (€530k) and Monkstown (€528k). 

Clontarf is far and away the highest-priced neighbourhood in its geographic area. To the west, Fairview and Marino share an average asking price of €438k. North along the coast, the figure for Raheny and Kilbarrack is €431k.

At the height of the Celtic Tiger, average prices in Clontarf peaked at €686,581.

Read the full guide to Clontarf here>

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