Prices of three bed semi detached houses all around Ireland

In December, the REA Average House Price Index showed the selling price of three-bed semi detached houses in Ireland rose by 0.36% to €291,667. This represents an annual increase of 8%.

According to the REA, the county with the largest increase between September and December was Sligo, where house prices rose 6.8% to €195,000. This is followed by Galway County at 4.8%, where house prices now stand at €220,000, and Longford at 4.4%, where the average three-bedroom semi now costs €165,000.

But how does that breakdown for each area:

Average price of a three-bed semi and percentage change between Sept and Dec 2022

COUNTY AVERAGE PRICE CHANGE
Carlow €212,500 0%
cavan €168,000 0%
Clare €230,000 0%
cork €217,000 2.4%
Cork city €355,000 1.4%
donegal €145,000 3.6%
Dublin city €495,833 -.3%
Dublin North €416,670 .4%
Dublin South €475,000 0%
Galway €220,000 4.8%
Galway city €331,000 .3%
Kerry €292,500 -2.5%
Kildare €361,250 0%
Kilkenny €262,500 0%
Laois €255,000 2.0%
Leitrim €169,500 3.0%
limerick €227.00 .9%
Limerick city €270,000 1.9%
Longford €165,000 4.4%
Louth €260,000 0%
mayo €190,000 -2.6%
meat €296,250 -.8th%
Monaghan €205,000 1.5%
Offaly €215,000 0%
Roscommon €205,000 0%
sligo €195,000 6.8%
Tipperary €213,750 1.8%
Waterford €215,000 0%
Waterford city €280,000 3.7%
Westmeath €260,000 0%
Wexford €250,000 1.0%
Wicklow €360,000 -1.1%

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