4 Louvain, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 (-55k -6%)


#1

Was 950k

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Cached google search

Now 895k

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -14/219446

1500sq feet = 597 per sq foot!!

Number 7 was 343 per sq foot (I think it was taken off the market)

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343 per sq foot would give this one a price of 515k


#2

Denial? More delusional, I would have thought.
Lovely leafy estate, the whole of Ardilea but I don’t think the factors that made it attractive of old are relevant now. Not walking to LUAS or Dundrum TC, no great shops within walking distance ( apart from that great SPAR at top of Roebuck) houses themselves a bit too 70’s and not great space.
I think this particular one would be a contender for “poorest value” or " most outrageous asking price"


#3

No sale on register.

Now asking 1.65m, after a lot of work on the house.
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … 14/3494294
irishtimes.com/life-and-styl … -1.2545517
3 Bed Detached House 252 m² / 2713 ft², BER B2
€608/sq ft


#4

Sold €1.5m on 15-8-16


#5

Did the new buyer get the bottle of Moet thrown in I wonder?


#6

I’d want Dom perignon at least if I handed over that much cash


#7

Back to pre-2016 price levels here, just sold for €1.43m in September 2020 - the vendor (who I understand has emigrated) paid €1.5m in August 2016. Given 4 additional years of wear and tear in the interim, you could say it realistically sold at in or around the 2016 price. Still, though, basically 4 years of price stagnation here all while the market in general (especially lower end) was rising very quickly.


#8

Number 28 for sale, asking 1.295m


#9

That looks very expensive compared to Number 4. Similar orientation but smaller plot, outdated interiors, no fancy extensions, very little rear landscaping… the list goes on. Still a good house but given Number 4 only got €1.43m this month, Number 28 isn’t worth €1.295m.