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The Dublin Rail House Price Map: By Stop

We’ve pulled together a full house price map of the capital, showing the average asking price of a three-bedroom semi-detached house close to each station on the various rail networks.

Commuters living on the Dublin coastline pay on average the most for a property, with homes close to the Sandymount DART averaging €727,000.

Stations close to the coast occupy the most expensive slots with Dalkey (€690k), Sandycove & Glasthule (€617k), Salthill Monkstown (€658k) and Sydney Parade (€652k) completing a DART top five on the new Dublin Rail Map produced by

Properties close to the Ranelagh LUAS station command the highest average price (€650,000) on the green line. Meanwhile, those living in the City centre pay most on the LUAS red line with homes near the Spencer Dock stop averaging €573,000.

The figures shown are average asking prices for 3 bed semi-detached properties controlling for time, size and type for each of the stations on the DART & Luas lines. The sample of nearly 10,000 properties for sale comes from the 12-month period to the end of September 2015.

DART Southside


Top 3

  1. Sandymount – €727k

  2. Dalkey – €690k

  3. Sandycove & Glasthule – €671k

DART Northside


Top 3

  1. Malahide – €537k

  2. Howth – €519k

  3. Sutton – €510k

LUAS Green Line



Top 3

  1. Ranelagh – €650k

  2. Charlemont – €626k

  3. Beechwood – €615k

LUAS Red Line



Top 3

  1. Spencer Dock – €573k

  2. Mayor Square – NCI – €526k

  3. George’s Dock – €494k



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