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Irish Commuters Pay Housing Premium for Living by Train Stops

Irish Commuters Pay Housing Premium for Living by Train Stops


According to Ireland property portal Daft.ie, commuters living on the Dublin coastline pay on average the most for a property, with homes close to the Sandymount DART averaging €727,000.

In fact, stations close to the coast occupy the most expensive slots with Dalkey (€690k), Sandycove & Glasthule (€671k), Salthill Monkstown (€658k) and Sydney Parade (€652k) completing a DART top five on the new Dublin Rail Map produced by Daft.ie.

Properties close to the Ranelagh LUAS station command the highest average price (€650,000) on the LUAS 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.

Most expensive (All Stations)
  • Sandymount - €727k
  • Dalkey - €690k
  • Sandycove & Glasthule - €671k
  • Salthill Monkstown - €658k
  • Sydney Parade - €652k
LUAS Green Line
  • Ranelagh - €650k
  • Charlemont - €626k
  • Beechwood - €615k
  • Cowper - €614k
  • Carrickmines - €582k
LUAS Red Line
  • Spencer Dock - €573k
  • Mayor Square - NCI - €526k
  • George's Dock - €494k
  • Jervis - €427k
  • The Point - €425k
DART
  • Sandymount - €727k
  • Dalkey - €690k
  • Sandycove & Glasthule - €671k
  • Salthill Monkstown - €658k
  • Sydney Parade - €652k
 
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