IRISH home hunters were shocked after a tiny Dublin property with a hefty asking price hit the market.
Nestled in The Liberties in Dublin, the house is a small, narrow bungalow with an overall floor space of just 31 square meters and an asking price of €295,000.
The Meath Place property listing shows the narrow building, surrounded by concrete, and about the same size for the blind as the adjoining parking space.
The listing caused a stir on social media with Ciaran Mulqueen, who runs the Instagram page @crazyhouseprices, describing the price as “absolutely insane” for the size of the property.
The property champion, who highlights the highs and lows of the Irish property market, was shocked to learn buyers would pay €9,516 per square meter.
Sharing about the list, Ciaran said: “This is a 2x smaller parking space for Parents and Children.
“That price per square meter is on par with cities like London, Paris and New York.”
He also claims a property like this will likely require money to upgrade it.
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He added: “It doesn’t even have a photo of the bathroom.”
The property description says: “Single-storey, terraced end block is centrally located in the historic ‘Liberties’ area of the city and is within walking distance of Christ Church, Frances St, both Coombe & James hospitals, and Luas red street. a walk.
“There is street parking for residents.”
With central gas heating, real estate has the highest energy rating – meaning it is rated as the least energy efficient.
List also prides itself on how Dublin pad is in a great location, saying it has “convenience to downtown”.
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