Former home of Ronan and Yvonne Keating most viewed property on myhome.ie
Property portal reveals the 10 most viewed houses on its site from 2014
50 Abington in Malahide, Co Dublin, the former home of Ronan and Yvonne Keating
Dublin-based dream homes and new developments were the most popular properties viewed on property website myhome.ie last year.
The property portal, owned by The Irish Times, has revealed the 10 most viewed houses on its site from 2014 with the former home of Ronan and Yvonne Keating at 50 Abington in Malahide, Co Dublin topping the list.
The immaculately furnished five-bed 6,286sq ft property,went on the market in January 2014 and sold in early December through estate agents Sherry FitzGerald Blanc for its €2.45 million asking price.
Second on the list is Ireland’s priciest property, Sorrento House in Dublin’s Dalkey, which has an asking price of €12 million with joint agents Lisney and Sherry FitzGerald.
Rounding off the top three is an A-rated new homes development, College Square in Terenure, which Savills are selling at €725,000. The appetite for new homes is apparent with similar schemes taking the fourth and fifth most viewed slots. At number 4 is Belmont in Stepaside, Dublin 18, which will shortly launch a new phase, and number 5 was Forrest Hill in Carrigaline, Co Cork, where a limited number of houses are still for sale for between €235,000 and €290,000.
Dalkey remains a draw with Tudor House and Dalkey Sound taking sixth and seventh place . Dating from 1845, Tudor House has a €3.5 million price tag with Sherry FitzGerald, while Crawford’s have reached sale agreed status for Dalkey Sound.