House Prices In Swords
House Prices In Swords In 2012 and 2013.
These are the asking prices and most likely not what they sold
for. These house prices may be a guide to value your home for the Property Tax. Here's a guide to paying the Household Property Tax In Ireland
with a chart to calculate what you'll have to pay.
Update July 2014. The cost of buying
a house in Swords in the first six months of the year has risen by up to 20%. Next to Finglas where 111 houses were sold from
January to June 2014 comes Swords with sales of 93 houses. The number of homes bought in Swords fell by 6% in the first half
of the year compared to the year 2010. The reason for the drop on sales is because there is not enough houses for sale and
the ones that are being sold [ 93 ] are being bid on by several prospective buyers thus pushing the prices upwards.
Asking price in 2012.
The avarage price of a house in Swords is now €180,000 . This is less than
half what the price was in 2007. Prices have fallen by at least ten percent each year since the height of the boom in
June '07. Some house values have plummeted by even more depending on the area and type of property in the Swords area. Here's
a few examples of asking price in 2012. More often than not these houses were sold below what was
- Cherry Avenue Rivervalley €145,000 3 bedrooms
- Glasmore Park €170,000 3 bed.
- Brookdale €180,000 3 bed.
- Ashton brock 2 bed duplex €190,000
- Thornleigh 2 bed Terrace €185,000
- Boroimhe 2 bed €200,000 Townhouse
- Seatown Park €230,000
- Swords Manor 4 bed €280,000
- Ridgewood Green 4 bed €370,000
- Carnegie Court 2 bed flat 130,000
- Castlefarm 4 bedroom €285,000
- Cianlea 3 Bedroom Terraced €165,000
- Park Avenue Brackinstown, 4 bed. €195,000
- Abbeylea 3 bed €155,000
- A 2 bedroom duplex in Boroimhe €145,000
- 2 bedroom townhouse in Boroimhe €170,000
- Berwick in Swords Manor valued at €189,000
- A 2 bedroom flat at St. Werburghs valued at €185,000
- A 2 bed in Ridgewood going for €150,000
- A 3 bed in Columbus Estate going for €280,000
- A 2 bedroom flat in Holywell €140,000
- Ashley estate Malahide Road €150,000
- 3 bedroom Parkview Brackenstown Rd. €199,000
- 4 bedroom in Hilltown Rivervalley €275,000
- 3 bed in Seamount View Malahide Rd €240,000
- 3 bed in Brides Glen near Applewood €215,000
- 2 bed terraced house in Castleview Near Glenellen €159,000
- A 2 bed flat in Tolbot Hall near Applewood
- A 4 Bed in Brookdale, River Valley €248,000
- A 2 Bed in Cooldriona On Main Street €115,000
- Remember these are the asking prices and not the true value of the house.
Foxwood price as of August 2013. €240,000. [ 3 bed ] All the houses in Foxwwod have a front and back garden and large driveway.
Here's an example of prices in Swords for 2014, These are the asking prices and you'll never know how much they were
actually sold for. Also there are houses for sale in certain estates with price differences of over €50,000 even though
they are exactly the same kind of build. Having said that there may be extensions on the back of the property.
Ellan Drive, 3 bed €310,000
River Valley Road, 3 bed €295,000
Cianlea Terraced house, 3 bed €185,000
Manor, Semi, 3 bed, €220,000
Forest Boulevard, River Valley, 3 bed, €300,00
Cedar Square Ridgewood,
Apartment, 2 bed, €169,000
Oaklands Ave, 4 bed detached, €330,000.
Hilltown, River Valley, 3 bed
Castleview 3 bed terrace, €195,000
These are the house prices currently being advertised by local estate agents in the Swords area. This is
not to say that the price being advertised is the price that will be paid. Some of these houses have being on the market for
over a year waiting to be sold. Some sought after areas will sell much quicker than others.
The traditional kind of house that is three bedroom and has a front and back garden with a driveway tends
to sell quicker than what's called a townhouse which doesn't have gardens or a driveway. The traditional house is usually
found in the older areas of Swords that were built over twenty years ago. Some of the newer estates like Ridgewood and Boroimhe
have a mixed lot of houses, so traditional, some townhouse and some flats.
Again it's the avarage 3 bed traditional kind that sells faster in the new estates. This is because people
want a garden for their children to play in and a place to park their cars to avoid disputes with neighbours over parking
There's always a demand for local authority / council houses in any area including the Swords area.
These are houses that were bought by their tenants and sold and re-sold. They are very popular with people who are natives
of Swords. Natives like to keep with their own kind, the people that they grew up with, they like to be familiar with those
living beside them.
Same Estate Bigger Price. At times you'll see houses for sale in the same estate but one
house may be priced way higher than the other house being for sale. Rivervally in Swords is a classic example of this. Houses
in the Cherry Avenue part of River Valley are always priced way below the rest of the surrounding area. These would be the
very same kind of house as the road next to it.
Brookdale in Rivervalley is another example. A typical house on Brookdale Road would usually be priced higher
than another one in the same Brookdale estate.
Draw you're own conclusions as to why this happens.
An Example of House prices in Lusk Co. Dublin In 2013. Again these are only the asking prices.
Whitethorn, Lusk Village, a 2 bed terrace house, asking price €200,000
Scholars Walk Lusk Village,, a 3 bed detached house, €199,000
Dunemer, 3 bed terraced house, €225,000 is the asking price
Orlynn Park, a 4 bed semi-detached, asking price €215000
St. Joseph's Avenue, a 3 bed detached house, asking price €290,000