Coastal Clontarf is the north-side powerhouse

In north Dublin, Clontarf remained the most sought after location for second-hand houses during 2004, with prices increasing by an average of 12 to 15 per cent.

4th December, 2004

In north Dublin, Clontarf remained the most sought after location for second-hand houses during 2004, with prices increasing by an average of 12 to 15 per cent.

“Clontarf is one of the best locations on the north side of Dublin city,” said Brian Hennessy of Sherry FitzGerald. “It's just three miles from the city centre and it's also a mature location with a good number of three and four-bed properties, most with good gardens.”

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