It'll now set you back over €400,000 to buy a three-bed semi in the city.
New figures from the Real Estate Alliance show house prices in Dublin by almost 4 per cent in the first three months of this year.
The survey shows the price of the average three-bed semi detached home in the city has risen 3.9 per cent to €404,167 in the last three months.
Spokesperson for the Real Estate Alliance, Healy Hynes, says that limited supply is putting a massive upward pressure on house prices.
“In Clonskeagh, the average three bed semi has gone from €445,000 last March to €535,000 this year, a rise of 20.2% in a year, and 7% in the quarter,” he said.
On the southside, the average price rose by 5.6 per cent to €380,000 while on the northside, they also rose by 5.6 per cent to €282,500.