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Here's the average price of a home in Raheny and Kilbarrack in 2018

Asking prices in the area are now within 20 per cent of their Celtic Tiger peak.

THE AVERAGE ASKING price of a home in Raheny and Kilbarrack is now just over €415,000, according to the latest figures.

Analysis by Daft.ie of all properties in the area in the last three months puts the average list price at €415,584.

This means that among all Dublin neighbourhoods, prices in Raheny and Kilbarrack – treated as one area in the Daft.ie analysis – are some of the closest to regaining the levels they hit during the last boom. Today’s average is within 20 per cent of the peak reached in 2006.

Raheny is the most expensive place to buy on average in the Dublin 5 postcode – with prices significantly higher than Artane and Coolock and slightly above Killester/Donnycarney.

However, it is considerably cheaper overall than other northside coastal suburbs. The average property price in Clontarf is €540,900; Sutton €509,900; and Howth €612,546.

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