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 Post subject: WIW - 42 Maryville Road, Raheny, Dublin 5
PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2015 5:04 pm 
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€560,000
http://www.daft.ie/dublin/houses-for-sa ... n-1155418/
End of Terrace House|4 Beds|3 Baths, south facing garden
No BER given, tut tut.
c. 144 sq m / 1550 sq ft., €361/sq ft

Sales on Maryville Road in recent years ranged from 150k to 400k
http://propertypriceregisterireland.com ... ville+road

30 Maryville Road went for 400k in late 2014, with a similar price per sq foot (€380) to No. 42 (€361)
http://www.movehome.ie/Residential/brochure/2814315
2/3 bed End of Terrace residence extending to c.1050sqft/ 97sqm, BER E2
€380/sq ft

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 Post subject: Re: WIW - 42 Maryville Road, Raheny, Dublin 5
PostPosted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:40 am 
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end terraces around that estate with the side space have been changing hands above 400k recently and that's with money needed to renovate them - i'd say there's easily 150k spent on that place - so wouldn't be surprised it goes above 525k, 550 is very possible


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 Post subject: Re: WIW - 42 Maryville Road, Raheny, Dublin 5
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No sale on the register.

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