Three houses in Naas were sold for six figure sums during 2015.
The most expensive property sold – a house at Kingsfurze on the Tipper Road was sold for €1.375m.
Keredern House, set off the canal towards Oldtown, was sold for €1m.
Almost 390 houses were sold in the greater Naas area, including Johnstown and Sallins during 2015.
A house at Mullacash, Mountain View Lodge”, went under the hammer for €825,000 and a house at Tipper North Naas, between the racecourse and the turn off for Naas Rugby club was sold for €675,000.
The most expensive house in a residential development was at Chestnut hill, off the Blessington Road (€632,500) followed by Oak Glade, also off the Blessington Road (€630,000).
Two houses in Eadestown, “Lile” and “Mouse Hall” went under the hammer for €570,000 and €560,000 respectively.
In Woodlands, one of the older estates in Naas, number 35 fetched €420,000 last May. Two houses at Old Chapel Wood in Caragh went for €380K and €378.5k.
An apartment at Aylmer Park realised €135k in July.
Nine apartments at Ard Aoibhinn, Craddockstown went for €90k each. The total value of property sold in the area was a little over €83.5m.
The average cost of a house in the greater Naas area is €255,000 but this figure is lower by €35,000 when the more expensive homes are omitted from calculations.
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