I gather no. 6 was in better condition but this is some increase in the last 18 months. As crazy as the price for no. 6 is, I believe that houses like this here were selling for €600k in the summer of 2006, this would have cost over €30k in stamp duty then too. I think no. 21 was a bit of a steel despite what condition it may have been in. All the new company’s that have set up around GCD seems to be pushing the rents and prices up here rectally more than the average.
How come this “cottage” about 2 doors down from Google HQ ain’t shifting at 190k then? Its small but if there was desperation it would have been snapped up by a Googler(work nearby) or an investor to rent out to a Googler. myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -4/2517539
I’ve seen it too, tiny, only the ground floor in the sale and no outside space to speak of. It’s also on a fairly rank stretch of road very near the haulage yard. Not a good comparison. Still shocked Patricks villas reached that price though .
33 Ringsend road was brought for €160k in 2011 needing work and was sold a year later done up for €295k. myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -4/2675656. Another fairly large increase in the area in a short period of time. 75 has no garden, it was completely built over.
33 Ringsend road was brought in 2011 for €160k needing renovation, it was done up and sold a year later for €295k and featured in the ‘‘flipping heck’’ tread then too. But the flip seems to have bit early. 49 which was a similar mid terraced house is now on at €515k.