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North side of Dublin maintains strong prices

The continuing huge demand for period redbricks within a short distance of Dublin city centre has resulted in some very strong prices being recorded on the north side of the city, with Glasnevin in particular experiencing a surge in popularity.

27th August, 2005

The continuing huge demand for period redbricks within a short distance of Dublin city centre has resulted in some very strong prices being recorded on the north side of the city, with Glasnevin in particular experiencing a surge in popularity.

Young buyers who have been priced out of Dublin 6 and Dublin 8 are now increasingly attracted to Glasnevin and Drumcondra, and a number of properties in Glasnevin broke the €1 million barrier.

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