Kinsale is the most expensive place to buy a house in Cork, according to the latest figures released by the CSO.
Just under €335,000 is the typical price of a house in the Kinsale eircode area according to the latest CSO residential property price index while the city suburb of Ballincollig was the second most expensive spot, with buyers paying roughly €332,000 for a house.
A purchase in the southside of the city will set you back a rough estimate of €290,000, the same price as is currently common in Carrigaline, while the northside address is around €65,000 cheaper at €225,000.
Other areas high on the property list were Glanmire, where a house would cost around €280,000 while in Carrignavar, prices are a little lower at €280,000.
In Crookstown, people are paying €250,000 for a house and in Midleton, the typical buyer is spending €235,000.
A house in Clonakilty will set you back €223,000 while in Bandon it is a few thousand euros cheaper coming in at €220,000.
Cobh house prices are at €194,500 and in Macroom, they are €192,500.
Moving down the list, houses in Skibbereen are currently going for €185,000, while in Dunmanway the cost of houses is €178,500.
Fermoy houses are around €171,000 and in Bantry, they are €170,000.
Youghal homes are costing €160,000 and Mallow properties are €143,000.
In percentages, houses prices in the south-west (Cork and Kerry) rose by 5.8% annually but dropped 0.2% this month.