There is no one official address for any location in Ireland and many versions of address exist for each location such as geographic, postal, electoral, or historical.
There are two different types of address displayed on the Eircode Finder.
Geographic address: This is an address that describes the physical location of an address point using geographic details such as street / road names, townlands / areas / cities, and county details.
Postal address: This is the address that is created and assigned by An Post and is what they recommend for the purpose of mail delivery. Postal addresses may include a post town or county that is not part of the geographic address as it is based on the route mail travels to arrive at the location.
Both of these addresses are provided to us by An Post GeoDirectory and we cannot amend or change these addresses unless instructed to do so by them.
We recommend that you carry on using the address you normally use and simply add the Eircode to the end.