The average price paid for a house in Newbridge in 2015 was up by over €30,000 on the year before.
An analysis of the Property Price Register showed there were 229 residential properties sold in the area during the year, compared to 226 in 2014.
The lowest transaction amounted to €35,000 for a property at Ballymany Mews.
The highest price paid for a property was €520,000 at Roseberry.
The average price of a house in Newbridge last year was €215,384 compared to €184,021 in 2014.
There was a wide variety of properties sold from apartments to semi-detached homes, to detached houses. They were located in all parts of the town and its outskirts. Estates where houses were sold included Moorefield Park, College Park, College Farm, The Meadows, Beechmount, Moorefield Park, Langton Park, Aylesbury Park, College Orchard, Rathcurragh, Connell Drive, Crotanstown Grange, Moorefield Drive, Mount Carmel, The Oaks, The Elms, Ryston View, Kilbelin View, Rosconnell Avenue, Capella Court, Pairc Mhuire, Artillery Place, Lakeside Park, St Dominic's Park, Rosconnell, Millfield, Highfield, Dara Park, The Maples, Roseberry, Liffeyhall, Great Southern, Wellesley Manor, Liffey Drive, Curragh Grange, and Barretstown Meadows.
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