Brick framed houses are one of the latest architectural trends to come out of Dublin in recent years, and the market is booming.
The average price for a brick house in Ireland has climbed from €1.5 million in 2008 to €1 million in 2017.
The number of houses in Dublin’s Brick Frame Quarter is now at 8,000.
The Brick Frame Houses Association says it has seen an explosion in the number of brick houses in the Dublin area over the last few years.
It’s also the result of the building boom, which is a major factor in attracting new homes to Dublin, said Paul Hannon, Brick Frame Association executive director.
“There is a huge demand for new houses in our area.
People are looking for a house that has a good location and a large living space,” he said.”
We see houses with lots of windows and lots of light.
People want a house with a large, open, open-plan living space.”
Brick houses are a great addition to Dublin.
They provide a great living space for families to live in, and also make great bedrooms and bathrooms.
“A new brick house at an estate in Clondalkin.
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