1 Brighton View, Harrison Row, Rathgar, D6 (-750k, -39.0%)


Was €1,925k
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Now 1,775k
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Felicity Fox seems to be a magnet for these “modern houses” in old neighbourhoods!


3 Brighton View now on sale also
Detached House, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
€487/sq foot


#2 Also for sale here.


Number one now €1.4mil

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Number three currently asking €1.5mil
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Corrected links:

1 Brighton View, Harrison Row, Rathgar, Dublin 6

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Listed as 372 m2

3 Brighton View, Harrison Row, Rathgar, Dublin 6

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Listed as 359 m2

I think number 3 is larger than number 1. It certainly looks like it from the outside and has a larger plot size.

Number 1 certainly is not 4,000 square feet.

It is not possible to tell from the crappy floor plans. But I think number 3 has a dormer window on the third floor and the overall building is slightly wider with a terraced area that is not being counted in floor space.

Number 3 is slightly more practical as it has a car port that extends to the back, meaning you actually have two car spaces.

Number 3 dropped price first and numbers 1 and 2 followed grudgingly.

How much more?

However, all previous reservations stand.


#1 now asking 1.275M


Number 3 now asking €1.295M:daft.ie/1578020


#1 now asking 1.175M


293/sq ft for high spec finish.


Can you believe it, it’s finally sale agreed on Myhome!

Only the pick of the bunch, number 3, left to go.


11 months later and now asking…still 1.295M.
But they did refresh the ad today.


#3 now sale agreed


Number 3 eventually sold for €1,025,000.

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Is the title of this thread wrong now? Shouldn’t it be -47% rather than -39%? It started at 1.925 million and sold for 1.025 million. That is a drop of (1.925-1.025)/1.925 = 46.7%.


It was #3 that sold for 1.025m, wasn’t it (see earlier in thread).
Or did #1 too?


Mambo - Yes I get it now — the thread talks about #3 as well as #1 and I missed that.


Back on, looking for €1.7 Million.

Live in a newly built house for 8 years, make a few very minor improvements, and realise a profit of almost €600,000.

What a deal if they pull it off!



No. 1 now sold again, for close to asking- €1.64M.

A clear half-million profit after 9 years ownership.

No. 3 did even better - sold for €2.1M in October, over double its price in 2012.