Yikes.

DD writes:

How helpful that the plans for this mansion are included in the advert. Just in case you require confirmation of exactly how small it is.

35 Synge Street, Portobello, Dublin 8 (Daft)

16 thoughts on “Crying Plans

  1. MoyestWithExcitement

    €235 a week. I’m sure that poor landlord has no choice but to charge that. The Free Market is a powerful sentient force that people have to adhere, as we all know. It is not, repeat NOT, just a bunch of greedy people making completely free decisions to benefit themselves at the expense of the masses.

    1. Paps

      I’m sure Pat Hogans taxes are completely up to date, and all the apartments he’s renting conform to all standards and safety requirements…

  2. Paps

    LOCATED ON 3rd FLOOR RERE IN VICTORIAN HOUSE
    lol
    TRINITY COLLAGE
    double lol
    3 WEEKS RENT IN ADVANCE AT ALL TIMES
    I’m done..

  3. takeithard

    The 3 week advance at all times, does that mean you need 3 weeks rent in your pocket whenever you’re home, like the landlord could just jump you anytime and look for 3 weeks rent.

    Also if ESB isnt included the fact that there is an electric rad above the normal one probably says that the supplied heating wont be that great or frequent,

  4. Gabby

    A cosy love nest for a couple aged 18-22, then make a million or two on the lottery and move to a modest bungalow overlooking the sea in Killiney.

  5. Marvel Gumshoe

    I rented one of those flats in 1998 for £70 a week. My inflation calculator tells me it should be around €130-€140 per week now.

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