The worst value house in Ireland?


#3742

What is now apparent is that the Paddies cant handle sunshine. They get drunk on its power and start to believe their shitboxes are worth north of 1m.


#3743

The structure has no value except in having established planning. The site is approx 0.16 acre. So that’s 5.6m/acre in Booterstown.

On that basis the nearby golf course would be worth about 470m if zoned for residential.

Is that really true? Nearly half a billion for a golf course?

400 acres of Cherrywood sold for about 280m. That’s 700k/acre.

Is land in Booterstown worth eight times more than Cherrywood?


#3744

14 Clyde Lane, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
€1,700,000 - 5 Bed Mews 190 m² / 2045 ft² For Sale
https://photos-a.propertyimages.ie/media/2/4/8/3645842/19f93f66-ecf9-448e-ae71-07498a2e765c_l.jpg
:sick:
I really do not like much about this house other than the street it’s on.


#3745

14 Clyde Lane looks like a caricature of an American faux-French McMansion’s pool house… Surely they could’ve gotten something better onto that site :unamused:


#3746

€575,000
50 Marguerite Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
daft.ie/dublin/houses-for-sa … n-1249372/
“Semi-Detached House | 3 Beds | 1 Bath” (actually looks terraced to me!)
No BER given :angry: but I doubt it’s an A/B/C/D.
“Walk in to Yesteryear” says the blurb. Indeed!
114.5 Sq. Metres (1,232 Sq. Feet), €466/sq ft


#3747

2 Del Val Court, Del Val Avenue, Sutton, Dublin 13 (really in Bayside, far from true Sutton)
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … 13/3646791
€585,000 - 4 Bed Semi-Detached House 119 m² / 1281 ft², BER C2
€456/sq ft

The adjoining semi, 1 Del Var Court is asking €370k (though it hasn’t been extended like No. 2 has - that said, 215k will buy you a fair bit of extension, with change left over)
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … 13/3440211

No. 2 is more or less the same price, and price per sq/ft, as this house in the much more desired area of Clontarf, right beside St Anne’s Park. Also, the house in Clontarf, though lacking a kitchen extension, has 2 bathrooms upstairs, not just 1 like 2 Del Val Court.
myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -3/3646643


#3748

I acknowledge the asking price is high but does this really deserve to be in the worst value house in Ireland?

It is after all a freshly renovated property at €457 per sq ft in an OK part of Dublin.


#3749

Now 795k


#3750

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -6/3610655

Over a million in asking price :open_mouth:

Average rent for 3 beds in area is €2500 (crazy since i last lived in area long time ago) a month

Just does not compute


#3751

Ah, but (like a lot of houses featured on this thread on the high end, actually…) it’s got an Aga! Aga people couldn’t sell for six figures, like commoners!

I kind of like the old radiator, though.


#3752

Sale agreed


#3753

I’d still consider it better bang for buck than what they offer for same money in Clonskeagh: myhome.ie/residential/brochu … -6/3673663


#3754

God, that is dire. Terrible orientation too.


#3755

id agree its a horrible house, but its basically in donnybrook / milltown

nice location


#3756

Latest entry 23 clarance mangan road.
Terraced 3 bed, D8 no BER number included but BER E1
Seems to be west facing garden
A mere 5550 / sq metre at 480,000
The stained carpet is included in the price, Madam.

myhome.ie/residential/brochu … pertyAlert


#3757

So half a mill to live in the Tenters now?
The boom is back!


#3758

I like the adventure playground in the patio! :wink:


#3759

daft.ie/11277754

€750,000

For a house that either needs to be demolished or refurbished completely.

In a seaside town in the west of Ireland.

On .375 of a acre
goo.gl/maps/4RSpi6Lvces


#3760

You’re paying extra for it being in an alternate universe where the definition of meters is different.


#3761

Wow. No off-street parking either.

You could maybe replace the extension with something more substantial but the rooms will always be small.

Three on this road changed hands for under €220k in 2012 btw. Maybe there was something in that LTEV thing…