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The low low average house prices in Ireland right now is something to behold Photo by: Alamy

Where are the cheapest places to buy a house in Ireland?

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The low low average house prices in Ireland right now is something to behold Photo by: Alamy

Fancy buying a home in Ireland? There has not been a better time either for holiday home, retirement villa or moving there to work.

The demise of the Celtic Tiger has led to real bargains.

Here is a definitive list of the cheapest places to live and also the most expensive.

From a €179,000 euro home in Leitrim to €552,000 for a similar 4 bedroom property in Dublin South, all the counties and cities are here.

The average prices are all for a four-bedroomed home. Add one third of the price for the approximate dollar amount.

Average asking price of four-bedroomed houses in Ireland

County/ Area and the Average asking price

Leitrim - €179,000
Roscommon - €181,000
Longford - €195,000
Donegal - €195,000
Laois - €205,000
Mayo - €208,000
Cavan - €208,000
Co. Galway - €212,000
Sligo - €213,000
Westmeath - €216,000
Carlow - €223,000
Wexford - €225,000
Monaghan - €226,000
Kilkenny - €231,000
Offaly - €231,000
Tipperary - €232,000
Limerick City - €236,000
Kerry - €243,000
Waterford City - €243,000
Co. Limerick - €254,000
Galway City - €255,000
Co Cork - €259,000
Louth - €262,000
Meath - €270,000
Co. Waterford - €296,000
Cork City - €301,000
Dublin West County - €302,000
Kildare - €308,000
Wicklow - €360,000
Dublin North County - €406,000
Dublin North City - €416,000
Dublin South City - €471,000
Dublin South County - €552,000

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