Swing a Cat Anyone?

Redefining SMALL, the Irish Property Bubble does it again,

www1.myhome.ie/search/property.a … earchlist=

Check out the photos, then the floor plan.

Ok so its 24 sq m, @ 230,000 that works out at 9583 euros per square metre, now I could be mad but is this not breaking the Shewbury Rd setting recor of almost €5000 per sq M.

Here is the text listing,


Ground floor studio apartment situated in this popular development. It offers plenty of parking to the front and a storage press in the basement.


Entrance Hall: 0.83m x 0.9m: :open_mouth: :open_mouth: :open_mouth:

Lounge/Kitchen/Bedroom: 4.20m x 4.12m: This living area and bedroom area overlooks the communal areas to the front. The kitchen comprises built in units, offering ample storage space.
Shower Room: 1.87m x 1.49m: Comprises shower unit, wc & whb.


Sq. Metres: 24

Sq. Feet: 258 **

:open_mouth: :open_mouth: :open_mouth: :open_mouth: :open_mouth: :open_mouth:

Ok I correct myself per other forum thread,


However it must be something special, nearly 10K per sqare metre, I mean thats awsome VALUE :wink:

Last year he produced an Irish record with the sale of Walford, a 4,000-square-foot house on Shrewsbury Road in a south Dublin suburb, for more than €55 million, or about $70 million.

The anonymous buyer also paid about 5 million euros in stamp duty, the 9 percent tax levied on most resales of more than 635,000 euros.

At 13,750 euros per square foot, the sale was among the world’s most costly. In London, considered the world’s most expensive place to buy, the “super prime properties” sell for as much as £3,000 per square foot. That is about 4,450 euros, or $5,715, per square foot, compared with $5,100 in New York, according to the real estate agency CB Richard Ellis Hamptons International.*

Now @ €210,000…

I pity the poor sap that ends up buying a place like that.

Maybe fine for a minimum wage burger flipper to rent and live in until they move on to something better, but to pay 210K for a tiny dump …

Genuinely hope its not bought as a PPR and a lunatic “investor” gets it, nobody deserves to fork out so much for a such a place to live long term.

Still up for grabs, folks… anyone???

I’m waiting for the stamp duty to come down before I buy it, a guy in the pub said it would.

poor feckers…

thier neighbours want 285


They have wisely not posted pictures.

But have the caption of “To avoid disappointment, early viewing of this wonderful home is recommended!”

Better get down there fast !!! It will have gone next week.

A 1 bed (ok, its a penthouse, but still a 1 bed) in the new Watermill development next door has an asking price of €435k

myhome.ie/search/property.as … evid=15260

When the Watermill was initially launched the 1 bed penthouse had an asking price of €515k.

Now 200k

www1.myhome.ie/search/property.a … earchlist=

Can anyone remember how much the “Kiosk” went for in Ballsbridge years ago (when It was still a news stand), I believe its an O’briens sandwich bar now. I know it’s not residential, but I recall it being a crazy price per sq.ft.

was it something like a million pounds? or maybe £100,000? A big round figure is what I remember.

Here we go

July 2nd 1998

Gunne : The Kiosk, Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge withdrawn £155,000

for the laugh, sombody put a value on this today?

I think the Brits have us beaten in the cat swinging stakes.

Check this place out.


12.69 square metres.

Amazing to see that place is still on sale, 9 months later. Does know the place that’s been up longest on myhome.ie?