Buddy if a guy asks you for a dollar for a sandwich -you’re gonna want to have a look at the sandwich first.
Huge difference between Celtic Park and - 'off '- Celtic Park - any link for property ?
Edit; She who must be obeyed is just taking me shopping - some of the houses in Celtic Park have very long back gardens maybe excess 120 feet -those ‘just off’ don’t and lack a few other things besides… know some people living there -if you can provide link- I will make some general enquiries.
WOW" WOW" WOW" . That’s it I am still in bed dreaming… You know This dream I’ve had since I thought I got up involved PTG wondering whether to to ban house price discussions, and now OW asking a WIW!!. I must post this when I REALLY wake up.
We like to keep your sense of reality set to “rotation”.
Extended family from time to time test my resolve unbeknowns to themselves this one went thus, “Well the valuer is an old friend of the family and he said 360K and they said that other agents will say 500K but things have gone down…there are buyers and also said works only this area so he knows”, question everything even if it means fights at the dinner table
I don’t give a feck about the price of property but the rest of the world has its knickers in a twist over it.
rent in the area is probably touching 1200-1300 at the moment depending on the property. Asking prices a little up the road on Collinswood are around the 360K-390K for 3 bed with probably smaller garden and rooms although probably better energy rating. Collins Ave itself is around 50-100K more expensive at the moment but a lot of them have absolutely massive gardens and a load of front parking plus garage. I reckon 360K may well be an ask but as a lot of houses have languished on the books for a while around there…it probably won’t be a selling price. Never been in those houses so not qualified to comment on any other considerations.
I would be surprised if any agent said 500K to be honest. 400K at the outside but nowhere near expect to get it. I live in the area, want to stay in the area and even now think that some of the house prices are a bit delusional and they are down some 30-40% in many cases.
If its any help there’s a 3 bed semi detached house next to Celtic Park on Elm Mount Ave. for sale at €295,000 which is a new low for the area. The houses in Elm Mount would be larger but this particular house would have a small overlooked garden. Elm Mount was constructed between the mid 60s-early 70s. Celtic Park was built before this, myhome.ie/residential/brochure/69-elm-mount-ave-beaumont-dublin-9/200396.