“Is it advertising, if so cynical in the extreme, if its a prank how did it get to be published…”
Ultan Monahan writes:
“How rubbish are these pictures for this place…Still, only €780 a month…”
Patrick Doyle writes:
Is Daft down?
“A crying chair on wheels…”
From top: Leo Varadkar and Paschal Donohoe launches his campaign for leader of Fine Gael on Leo Street, Dublin 7 with coffee and cupcakes for journalists in May; an ad for a house on Leo Street currently on Daft.ie
Luke McManus tweetz:
€4200pm for an 86 sq metre house in Phibsboro with “six” bedrooms… If the street sounds familiar, it’s where @campaignforleo launched his leadership bid. Doubt he’s been back since…
Previously: Coronation Street
— robenglish (@robenglish81) November 15, 2017
From Daft.ie’s latest report
Daft.ie has published its Rental Price Report for the third quarter of 2017.
It shows that average rents nationwide are now 16% higher than their 2008 peak.
Read the document in full here
Small double bedroom with shared bathroom to rent in apartment in period home in Rathmines. Rent is 650, only bills are Internet (25e per month) and heating (30-50 per month)!
The apartment is small but it’s in an amazing location, 5 minutes from both Rathmines and Ranelagh villages.
Well serviced by public transport; 5 minute walk to Beechwood Luas, 5 mins to bus stop (11, 14, 15, 18, 83 and 140 ) and 10/15 min walk to Leeson St.
You’d be living with female young professional in mid 20s, looking for someone in similar situation. I enjoy hanging out and having the chats over tea/wine with housemates but also value my own space.
Looking for a housemate who is a bit of craic, tidy, reliable for bills and easy-going. This is a pro-Repeal the 8th apartment.
Mayor Quimby writes:
“Is it OK to discriminate against pro-lifers?”
Thanks Patrick Lehane
Aisling O’Connor writes:
The absolute hack of this “converted room” on Daft.ie. €390 a month for a bed behind a partition?
Earlier: Meanwhile, In Stoneybatter
A “one-bedroom studio apartment in a beautiful residential area off the Clybaun Road [in Galway]… This studio is a self-contained unit suitable for one person only.”
Heather Thompson writes:
“Now here’s a greedy so-and-so. €170 a week for a kitchen with a bed in it.”