"Unique spacious four bedroom detached dormer style family residence, in excellent condition throughout, in small gated development just off Old Ballycullen Road, with lounge, open plan kitchen/dining area/family room & utility room. "
570K? It’s one of two houses cramped into what was a back garden. You have no front garden to speak of, and in fact anything that could be classed as a front garden is basically an access route for the other house. Tiny back garden, and surrounded closely on all sides.
I also reckon that that side of the Ballycullen Road isn’t actually Knocklyon at all, but Ballycullen/Firhouse Dublin 24, not Dublin 16.
For 570K in that part of Dublin 24 I’d be expecting something unbelievably spectacular.
Well technically it is Knocklyon, in fact one side of ballycullen rd is Knocklyon and one side is Fir House, d 24 (what’s that about?). But I know where you’re coming from, it really is more Fir House than Knocklyon and the traffic just to get to the m50 is appalling.
I don’t know about something spectacular though, we’re looking for a detached house, over 2000sq (well distributed) feet with a decent garden in d14/16/18 and we have not been able to find anything remotely decent for a long time despite having the guts of 700k to blow on it. I am beginning to loose hope to be honest, a lot less than spectacular is going to have to do at some stage.
I drove by this today. Indeed it is in the wrong side of Ballycullen and it is definitely d24. It is up a laneway and as already said no front garden to speak off. Definitely 370max and at that, you could get this:
Have new pictures been added? I don’t remember the interior being so nice. With what seems a fairly high quality fit out, this must surely be not too far above build price a few years back(excluding site costs obviously)?
Still no value in it really, the vendors are stuck being one of the nicest houses in a not so great area, and buyers (generally) tend to prefer to buy the cheapest house in the best area they can afford in my limited experience.