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


#1

Was €1,925k
webcache.googleusercontent.com/s … .google.ie

Now 1,775k
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … n-6/407211

Felicity Fox seems to be a magnet for these “modern houses” in old neighbourhoods!


#2

3 Brighton View now on sale also
daft.ie/searchsale.daft?id=578020
€1,885,000
Detached House, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
€487/sq foot


#3

#2 Also for sale here.


#4

Number one now €1.4mil

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … n-6/407211

Number three currently asking €1.5mil
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … n-6/407211


#5

Corrected links:

1 Brighton View, Harrison Row, Rathgar, Dublin 6

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … n-6/407211

€1,400,000

Listed as 372 m2

3 Brighton View, Harrison Row, Rathgar, Dublin 6

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -6/1247618

€1,500,000

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.


#6

#1 now asking 1.275M
daft.ie/1567255


#7

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


#8

#1 now asking 1.175M

myhome.ie/407211

293/sq ft for high spec finish.


#9

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

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


#10

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


#11

#3 now sale agreed


#12

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

propertypriceregister.ie/web … enDocument


#13

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%.


#14

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


#15

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


#16

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!

https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/homes-and-property/new-to-market/look-on-the-brighton-side-in-rathgar-for-around-1-7m-1.4372606


#17

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.

https://propertypriceregisterireland.com/?action=search&county=6&property_type=0&date_from=2010-01-01&date_to=2021-05-19&price_from=0&price_to=0&address=Brighton+View