Fix it: Ex-council house in Lucan on a quiet cul-de-sac

What is it?

o 118 Arthur Griffith Park in Lucan was built by the City Council in the 1970’s. Most of the houses in the cul-de-sac were privately bought and developed, so there is a lot of potential here.

Tell me more about the place…

The triple house is within walking distance of Lucan Village, the shopping center and also in the catchment area of ​​good schools.

The good news?

It comes on a good plot with a south facing rear garden so expansion would not be a problem. Some houses on the street have risen two stories at the back.


The Kitchen at No. 118 Arthur Griffith Park, Lucan

And the bad news?

The house really needs a lot of love. In order to move in, wiring needs to be re-routed and re-routed, walls need plastering where moisture shows through, new floors, preferably extra insulation, and a new kitchen and bathroom.

How much should I buy?

With an asking price of €259,000 it is a great opportunity to purchase an affordable home in the heart of Lucan.

And to fix it?

For a decent upgrade, you could consider €60,000, but if an extension were an option, that could easily rise to well over €100,000.

What will I end up with?

A three bedroom detached house with a south facing garden in a great location in Lucan.

Who do I talk to?

Thomas Fitzpatrick at Sherry Fitzgerald (01 624 1234) is happy to open the door to potential buyers and tell them about the property’s potential. Fix it: Ex-council house in Lucan on a quiet cul-de-sac

Fry Electronics Team

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