4 Ardoyne Mews, Ballsbridge (-130k, -16%)

price-drop

#1

AP drop

825k in 2016

Dropped to 795k

Asking 695k in Oct 21


#2

Same price as when it originally sold in 2003


#3

The effects of the weather on these has not been pretty. Still I would have thought it would have gone for more than 700 by now.


#4

The ad says it’s in excellent decorative condition but those photos look suspiciously pristine for a house built 20 years ago. If the photos are current then this is attractively priced - less than Euro 7K. per sq. m. for a townhouse in a prime location. This went sale agreed at 8.5K. down the street.
https://www.myhome.ie/residential/brochure/16a-pembroke-park-ballsbridge-dublin-4/4513837

The third bedroom is probably the key difference.


#5

Two vastly different properties there. Although only a few meters in size apart , the second one is much more appealing to most buyers with a decent garden, some sort of entrance away from the road, a layout downstairs where you can have an open plan eating area and a separate sitting room and three decent bedrooms upstairs.

The first one is much more like a two story apartment than a house. Plus I think you need to climb a stairs to get to the living area in the first one which is pain for people with young kids and a pain for old people. Very restricted market for this type of property. Maybe a couple of well paid 30 year olds or a childless couple.

Property 2 has much wider appeal.


#6

BlueSky photoshop job.

Wires missing from the telegraph/phone poles in two photos.

They could be historical photos from anytime approx in the last 20 years (could be from 2003 per Luan sale comment)

That’s a phone screen assement. Will take a deeper look later.