Oakdene, Ballinclea Rd Killiney -5-8%

36 at 850 (was 925) myhome.ie/residential/brochu … lin/141595

irishpropertywatch.com/viewS … ite=myhome

37 at 845 (was 895)

irishpropertywatch.com/viewS … ite=myhome

#9 at 875 (was 950) myhome.ie/residential/brochu … ney/201666
irishpropertywatch.com/viewS … ite=myhome

And now # 23 at 725K myhome.ie/residential/brochu … ney/211506

Approx 370 - 480 per square foot.

Now Sale Agreed on myhome

37 Oakdene was then 799k

Now 710k
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … lin/177626

(Down 185k / 21%)

23 now at 625 myhome.ie/residential/brochu … ney/211506

36 at 699K myhome.ie/residential/brochu … lin/141595

550k now on the same link.

#36 now 635k (-290k, -31.4%), tracking at viewtopic.php?f=23&t=37620&p=497623

Cheeky new addition on Daft – someone thinks the boom is back:

19 Oakdene (4 bed detached) asking 595k, or €419 for each of its 1421 sq.ft.

It looks identical to 23 Oakdene, which took 18 months to sell in 2010-11, with price drops from 549k to 499k and sold for 430k.
myhome.ie/priceregister/23-o … blin-28708

In 2011, 36 Oakdene – which is 860 sq.ft. bigger than number 19 – was also asking 595k and sold for 525k – only €230/sq.ft. (but in bad nick).

34 Oakdene, another bigger house, is gone sale agreed, last asking 675k having increased from 645k during 2012. However, even that asking was only €300/sq.ft. compared to number 19’s €419/sq.ft.
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … in/2092292

PSR is showing that 34 sold this month for €630 - was in better nick than 36 but 36 has a much bigger garden with better orientation.

23/01/2013 €630,000.00 34 Oakdene, Killiney, Co Dublin

No.19’s asking price is very high but I’d imagine it will get over 500k based on the current undersupply/increase in prices in the area.

Thats extremely optimistic!! the house 4 doors down, no. 23 sold for 430k, they are identical, same size, garden orientation etc, why would anyone pay 70k more??? we have a price register now so it should be put to use. Finnegans have this house overvalued and they will be told this by anyone viewing it regardless of under supply, also no bank will value this house at that level so therefore no finance for anyone relying on a high LTV.

The price register won’t help if the next bidder ignores it and offers more.

Because houses in certain areas of Dublin, Killiney included, are selling for more now than they did at the end of 2011. 34/36 Oakdene is an example of this. Spend 60k on 36 and it would be in a better condition than 34 **and **have a massive SW garden with bigger front driveway. 34 with a small SE garden sold for 105k more than 36- despite the buyer having access to the price register.

Reduced to 550k, that must be one of the fastest price drops recorded, property was only added on friday! Obviously the feedback was pretty terrible or the viewings were non existent!

Interestingly also is that it was not amended as a price drop on myhome, must be the start of a new tactic with EA’s!
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … in/2322662


9 Oakdene is now for sale for 810k - if they get near this then it is some price rise against the comparative 26 Oakdene which sold for only 525k in 2011.

Have seen a few Killiney gaffs asking approx. 50% more than 2011 selling prices.

4 Oakdene was asking 795k
collapso.net/Sale-Property/p … ?id=979825

Now 725k
daft.ie/sales/4-oak-dene-bal … n/1018571/
Detached House|5 Beds|3 Baths|
176.5 Sq. Metres (1,900 Sq. Feet)
€381/sq ft

From 2013:

No sale on PPR. Now asking 585k
daft.ie/dublin/houses-for-sa … in-1113652

Some shenanigans with this one. See this thread. It is on the property price register at €500k, under the misspelled “Oak Dene” (h/t Pennies, fuse). It has also been marketed under the name Hazlehurst, with or without house number, has had at least two price drops since the summer, and has been up for rent too.