The worst value house in Ireland?


I think this will go 10-20% above the guide


That’s really sad!
Just imagine being saddled with a mortgage of about 680pm on that tiny hovel for the next 40 years.


Where are you getting €680/mo from?
Cheapest rates are around 2.5% which would cost you €990/mo over 40 years assuming 90% mortgage.
More realistically if we assume rates will average 4%, you take a 25 year term so you don’t have to work into old age, and Luan is right about the 30% increase … then you’re looking at €2k/mo for that piece of crap.


I based it on my tracker rate :blush: , but yes 2K would be more realistic and scary when you realise that you’ve sent youself up for 25 years, Mountjoy isn’t that far away either.


I know it’s location location location etc

but, not particularly big nor attractive… … -4/3865370


Not very nice is it? Pictures of 2 of the loo’s show them sandwiched in tight between sinks and shower enclosure. In a 4 bed sub 1000 sq ft house that’d be forgivable. But in a 3500 sq ft house?

Beside light switches are located in such a way as to cause you to pull a muscle if operating them from your bed. And they seem to have limited the amount of wall sockets installed - forcing you into extension leads if your preferred layout doesn’t happen to align with theirs.

I don’t think there’s been a lot of attention to detailing. On a house of this price?


the loos are ridiculous


nice location but cant be worth that at 127sqm … in/4275963


Even more of a chancer here – €900k, looks like the top half has been lopped off it, single storey flat roof. When you read to the end of the ad you realise it’s being sold as a site. Happen to know of one round the corner, smaller plot but two-storey, better views, walk-in condition, 50% bigger, that sold for the same price in last 6 months. … n-1875019/


what an ugly house !!


Put the coffee down. … 4-Sep2018/


That is grim. Seriously makes me wanna cry at what we are doing to people.


Yeah! I look at my teenage children and just wonder how the hell they are going to be able to afford anywhere to live.
I expect them to be staying “home” for a good many years.


Thisis asking €7,500 psqm in Ranelagh.

Not redbrick Ranelagh, an 80s C2 BER with two of the bedrooms too small to show in pictures.

I would be astonished if this goes for the asking of €745,000.


i love blackrock

but this surely isnt worth anywhere near a million quid … in/4286244


Down to €1.3m. So -€400,000. Looks like they have put down the Crack Pipe but are still hitting the bottle pretty hard at that price.

€1,300,000 for 119m2 = €10,925 per m2. Still madness

It goes to show that you can mistime a market badly even when it still appears to be on the way up.

This wont sell for more than €1m


Actually it is now 114m2 = €11,400 per m2. Madder again


A bedsit with a pull down bed for €350k in Malahide:


Chateauneuf, The Birches, Foxrock is just about €1,600,000 over what it should be priced at.


What’s with the industrial estate sculpture in the lawn. Is this a foxrock thing?