Flippin' heck


#441

Bit late to the game with this property but an impressive flip nonetheless

90 Carysfort Downs, Blackrock

bought for €735k in December 2013

propertypriceregisterireland.com … and-89585/

Sold for €1.435m in May 2016

propertypriceregisterireland.com … nd-206152/


#442

27 Brookwood Road, Artane, Dublin 5

Bought for 330k Dec 2013

propertypriceregisterireland.com … and-91249/

Now 525k

myhome.ie/residential/broch … -5/3862658


#443

38 Watermill Road, Raheny

Sold in April 2014 for 412k
propertypriceregisterireland.com … nd-105999/
Now asking 575k
daft.ie/dublin/houses-for-s … n-1393352/

We viewed this on Saturday, along with half of Raheny it would appear (there were long queues to get up the stairs, etc.). Not very impressed. Finish (floors, etc.) look very cheap, and some parts of the old house have not been touched in the recent refurb, bar a lick of paint.


#444

Bidding now north of 600k I believe. Madness.


#445

it looks cheaply done

laminate throughout :sick:


#446

Raheny is just insane at present - maybe with stock now coming on may calm.

But this takes the biscuit - you can hardly park a car in the drive

And it is not finished in parts. And a fairly small back for that area.

I’m hoping things calm in D5 - but little hope the EAs in area are going for it and fuelling the crazy stuff - they have just put basically 10 % on all asking within 1/ 2 months.


#447

18 Geraldine St., Dublin 7

Sale Information
Date of Sale: 11/10/2016
Price: €225,500.00

Then:

movehome.ie/residential/broc … -7/3425608

Now €600k:

daft.ie/dublin/houses-for-sa … n-1429302/


#448

Sold for €110K in March, now seeking €680k
Price set to increase.
46 beds, movable to a prime location if needed
broadsheet.ie/2017/05/15/how-much-149/


#449

Now down to 495k. Looks like a very odd house. Possibly would only appeal as investment property. That road is extremely busy


#450

Why do you think it’s an odd house out of curiosity?


#451

20 Kirwan Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7

Sold for €170k in Dec 2016
refurbished and for sale in June 2017 €399k :open_mouth:

daft.ie/dublin/houses-for-sa … n-1489733/


#452

The flop that wants to become a flip.

The Cottage, Ballybride Road, Rathmichael
Listed in April 2017 on myhome.ie asking €350,000. Chunky money for a one bedroom cottage on a small triangular site just outside Shankill. Floor area is just 43sq.m and not particularly well laid out at that.

Note that the location indicated on the map on myhome is off by about half a mile. The true location is at the mini roundabout where Ballybride Road meets Cricken lane, here. You may also note that Google Maps gives the address as Ellerslie Lodge, Cricken Lane, Shankill and this is consistent with data on landdriect.ie and eircode.ie. And the property is even referred to as “Ellerslie” in the directions within the ad itself.

It is, of course, just coincidence that while you will not find any reference to “The Cottage, Ballybride Road, Rathmichael” on the Property Price Register, “Ellerslie Lodge, Cricken Lane, Shankill” appears not once but twice:
2012 - €125,000
2013 - €118,000
In fact, that particular 7,000 loss gets a mention in an old Dublin Flops thread on the pin.

So the seller reckons that they can get a price >€8000/sq.m. in the current market but, hey, Mr. SherryFitz, can we change the house name, road and townland on the address because people might feel a bit weird about handing over nearly three times the amount I paid for this shack.


#453

Went for 660k in the end. :open_mouth:
propertypriceregisterireland.com … nd-260940/


#454

Original photos are still up from earlier in the year when it sold for €238,500:
myhome.ie/residential/brochure/108-townsend-street-south-city-centre-dublin-2/3102598

Completed building now for sale for €395,000:
dng.ie/residential/brochure/108-townsend-street-south-city-centre-dublin-2/4062011


#455

Nice looking job. I imagine the study is intended as a poss 3rd bedroom - otherwise it’d have been nice to open out what must be tight enough living space.

Glad to see they paid attention to insulation - how often do you see cosmetically nice houses rated E!

Worth the money (assuming the purchase price was market price), given the flipper has to make it worth his/her while.


#456

Agreed - definitely seems more reasonable than the ‘buy-in-2012 then sell-in-2017’ flip


#457

Went by there today. A new house has been sandwiched on to the old garden at the back of #46 and a new entrance to it knocked through to larkfield park. Looks like it could soon be ready for sale .
A very profitable flip indeed


#458

7 Eden Park
Sold for 615k June 2016
Now on market for 1.5m
Substantial alterations, it was in flats
myhome.ie/residential/broch … in/4110392


#459

17 Seascape, Clontarf.

Bought new for 590k (520k + VAT) in Feb 2016
propertypriceregisterireland.co … nd-193215/

Recently on sale for 750k, sold for 742,500 (26% gain on 590k in well under 2 years)
sherryfitz.ie/residential/fo … ently-sold
propertypriceregisterireland.co … nd-299262/


#460

How much would you actually take home on a sale like that? When you factor in capital gains, any money spent on upgrades and general property price inflation - can it be that much?