There have been lots of threads before about landlords offloading pre-63 properties in bedsit units prior to the new legislation coming into force next year but, even by slum landlord standards, this one is pretty bizarre. 12 bedsits in 1800 sq in Harolds Cross.
Location is good, but complete renovation and remodelling would be needed to turn this into any sort of legal investment property. An example of somewhere that is probably unsellable in the current market? Or will they be willing to take some sort of nominal sum (10/20k) to have it off their hands - and would someone bite at that level?