Clondalkin is a smaller town situated within Dublin; it is commonly referred to as a satellite town, meaning that it has been constructed to mimic that of a metropolitan area, but on a smaller scale.
The approximate number of people living within Clondalkin within the last few years has centered around 44,000. The location of Clondalkin is easily accessible to all other areas of Dublin and surrounding towns via public transportation. There are plenty of restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues in the surrounding area, making it a desirable location to live.
Because of its intimate location within a satellite town construct, the most common trends for housing are that of a terraced house or semi-detached houses. A terraced house and semi-detached house is roughly the same thing in nature. These are houses that are attached to other houses.
In the cases of semi-detached, there are usually only two units that are connected; however, a terraced house can be one of many attached in a row; they are stylistically similar to townhouses in this sense.
Falling on the relatively inexpensive side of Ireland property, Clondalkin property starts around 169,000 euros for a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. The aspects which will increase the price range of the house are the amount of bedrooms and bathrooms in the house, whether or not there is a garage of various other parking units, the landscaping of the house, and various other factors. From this basic price, the Clondalkin property climbs up the scale, reaching around 290,000 to 350,000 euros for a four bedroom, semi-detached house.