Now Without Chair


September, 2018

November, 2018

The controversial Rathmines scratcher-in-a-kitchen.

Back on the market…de-cluttered.

We’re down a Crying Chair and about 55 lids.

Good times.

Grove Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6 (Daft)

Previously: We Spend Most of Our Time In The Kitchen

Thanks DD


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23 thoughts on “Now Without Chair

  1. Nullzero

    Fair play to the landlords, if they weren’t doing it somebody else would. Fair play, fair play, fair play, begrudgers moaning as usual.

  2. Spud

    Look closely and it’s not the same unit – albeit very similar.
    Placement of sink / plugs on wall / smoke detectors on ceiling.
    Might be a smidgen bigger thus commanding a bigger price…
    And as it’s not the smallest unit, you’ve nothing worth crying about!

    I remember checking this at the time, and that building has around 6 or 7 units like this in it.

  3. SOQ

    It is obviously the tech workers in Rathmines who are pushing up the rental prices. Those 100k + plus techys we here so much about? Either that or gougers mirroring the salute to the union flag in the opposite direction.

    Answers on a €50.

    1. bisted

      …how can you leave a comment from this person who has just made scurrilous and probably defamitory accusations against hard working bar staff yet delete those which merely point out his casual racism…

  4. Zaccone

    How could someone live in that space for weeks on end without going insane. Its a prison cell.

    Nevermind paying 1200eur a month for the privilege of doing so.

    1. Spud

      Note how the blurb says :’includes attractive benefits such as quality kitchen and shower room, modern appliances and contemporary furniture’.

      As if you really should be doing without, but we’re so damn generous we’ll let you have them…

  5. Dhod

    Spacious, sophisticated and contemporary are all words used in the description of this place. Jayziz.
    It’s 5 years since I lived in Rathmines. Back then I was in a 600 sq foot, modern two storey apartment costing €1200 a month which I thought was outrageous

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