46 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook - then and now

In 1999 “46 Morehampton Road, Donnybrook withdrawn €1.054m £830,000], now quoting €1.187m £935,000.]”
independent.ie/unsorted/prop … 04446.html

£935k would be c. €1.67m in today’s money, according to anthonykelly.com/inflation.html

Now asking €1.3m
irishtimes.com/newspaper/pro … 89256.html

This property is not yet up on MyHome.ie thats so slopy

How much are these guys paying the agent?

To get an editorial like this in The Times is priceless, I’d want any prospective purchasers to be able to then go to my home and click right through to get all the info.

What wasters cant even get the web listing up in time to match the peak advertising moment, and yet these shysters still probably expect an up front fee for the marketing and a slice of the sales price.

sold for 730, 000 as per ppr…although i believe the number of the house to be incorrect.

last asking 1.3m… think someone got this for a very good price.
myhome.ie/priceregister/50-m … lin-4-1028

especially compared to the much smaller number 88 which sold for 700k

Why do you believe the number to be incorrect? Are 46 and 50 not completely different houses, which both happen to have been for sale?

Picture of #50 at
myhome.ie/priceregister/50-m … lin-4-1028 (with bars on basement windows)
is different to #46 at
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … d4/2020907

You’re dead right, I was mistaken.
I didn’t realise number 50 had been for sale also.
730k is still a nifty price (depending on the condition) in my opinion, I’ll have to wait to see what number 46 sold for.

Sold for €1,307,999
propertypriceregisterireland.com … and-66042/