The lowest price paid for a domestic property in the Shannonside region last month was a home purchased for €10,000 in Kilrooskey in Roscommon.
The latest figures from the Property Price Register reveal that more than 90 homes were sold last month across this region, with the most expensive home purchased in Carrick-on-Shannon for almost €300,000.
It’s a very busy month in Roscommon house sales last month, with 49 new homeowners registered with the property services regulatory authority.
The most expensive property sold was in Barrymore, near Athlone, which fetched a price of €230,000, while the cheapest was a second-hand property in Kilrooskey that sold for just 10,000.
A group of six homes at Greenfields Clooney Beirne also sold, but none reached the full market price.
In Longford 21 homes were sold last month – the cheapest a home in Aughnacliffe, which was purchased for €11,000, and the most expensive a home in Newtownforbes, which was purchased for just over €167,000.
Leitrim saw the top price paid for a domestic property in the region during September – with a home in Jamestown, near Carrick-on-Shannon, reaching a sale price of €295,000 and the lowest price paid for a home in Manorhamilton.