In news that will surprise no one, the average cost of a home in Ireland has increased by 3.1% since April last year.
The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has analysed house prices around the country by Eircode, revealing the most and least expensive areas to buy a home right now.
So where is the most expensive neighbourhood in Ireland? It’s Dublin 4, unsurprisingly, where a home will set you back an average of €760,000.
Not far behind in second and third place are two more Dublin areas – Dublin 6 and Blackrock, which cost an average of €742,690 and €720,639.
Outside Dublin, the most expensive place in Ireland to buy a house is Greystones, Co. Wicklow, at €442,180.
Kinsale in Co. Cork is the second most expensive place in the country outside Dublin, where it costs €419,268, followed by Dunboyne, Co Meath at €406,992.
At the lower end of the scale, the least expensive place in Ireland to buy is Clones, Co Monaghan at €82,405, and in the capital, it’s Dublin 10 where it will cost you €233,704.
You can check out the average price of a home in any Eircode here.