Fairlawn House, Dalkey (-€4.85m, -77.6%)

Was 6.25m (June 2007)
ireland.com/newspaper/proper … 03073.html

Now 4.5m

Now 3.7m

40% !!!

that’s a lovely house.

Still 3.7 is a lot of money!!

Imagine. If they had listed it originally at €10m, they could have had a 63% drop.

I said the same thing (different numbers) to an EA very recently. They didn;t get it. :unamused:

:smiley: :smiley:

1 million cash euros fair value?

Don’t like it:

I’ll keep searching…

Was previously 6.5m
tribune.ie/archive/article/ … ight-impr/

Now 3.4m
myhome.ie/residential/search … YKPL320051

myhome.ie/residential/search … FIUH416320

Now €2.2m (-€4.05m, -64.8%)

Now €1.75m (-€4.75m, -73%)

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … lin/219379

€5833 per sq m (1750000/300)
€541 per sq ft (1750000/3229)

Thats alright that, wish the stuff in my range would drop by that percentage

Its listed inside & out so maybe one of the reasons that it wasnt bought (when people spent that kind of money on houses!)

My valuation


+100k for the garden


still alot of money for a house…

but that’s what I’d say would be a good price

Based on what? You’d need a nuclear world to bring that house down to that money.

We are in a nuclear world.

By the way … House needs a truck load of work, and in the reasonable days 750k was a lot of money. It is of course only about 20 times avearge earnings. Cheap, for a mickey mouse medical consultant on 250k.

Sold for 1.4m
irishtimes.com/newspaper/fro … 28521.html

Nearly 80% drop from original asking.

A few more published drops like that in the market originally asking 2-3M would get things going…

can anyone get a street view of this? I really want to see what it’s like

Some pics here:
irishtimes.com/newspaper/ima … 4382_5.jpg