August 8, 2020
News Property

Kilkenny homes now most expensive in Leinster outside Dublin and commuter belt

Kilkenny is one of the most expensive parts of Leinster outside of the capital to buy a property, according to a new nationwide survey.

The newly-published Daft.ie Wealth Report says the average price of a home in Kilkenny now stands at €261,000, making it the fourth most expensive place in the province to live, behind the commuter counties of Wicklow (€333,000), Meath (€267,000) and Kildare (€264,000).

Unsurprisingly, the report confirms much of the country’s property wealth is concentrated in Dublin.

Dublin 6 is now officially the country’s most expensive post code, where average property prices are now at an eye-watering €628,000.

Buying a home in the leafy suburb of Mount Merrion on the southside of the capital will put you back an average of €777,000.

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