Up The Garden Path

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Dublin Rental Watch tweetz:

Lisa Heavey offers a ‘cottage surrounded by landscaped gardens’. Sheds are usually in gardens! Cannot find relevant planning. Photos suggest no radiators. Advertised for one but lists all schools in the vicinity?

Rossberry avenue, Lucan, Co Dublin (Daft.ie)

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12 thoughts on “Up The Garden Path

    1. postmanpat

      Overused pseudo intellectual Johnathan Nolan TDK references were lame 10 years ago and pathetic today. Even boomer has-been journalists and politicians stopped a few years ago.

  1. eoin

    Aren’t ads on Daft supposed to have Eircodes so that you can identify the property?

    Not only does this ad not have an Eircode, it doesn’t give a house number on Rossberry Avenue and if you click on the map, it’s actually shown on nearby Esker Meadow Lawn and there’s no sign of planning permission at the indicated property, but the Daft map reference might be wrong.On the other hand, someone might have just stuck a shed in the garden and stuck a wagon wheel outside and hey presto! you have a cottage.

    Daft, ladies and gentlemen.

    How much did the Fallon brothers get their grubby hands on for that listing – €175 (featured rental ad), €95 (premium, high priority) or €45 (standard rental listing)?

    https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/daft-dividend-property-sites-fallon-brothers-share-in-8m-37487324.html

    “THE millionaire Fallon brothers have shared a further €8m dividend windfall with other shareholders from their online group of companies this year and last year… The revenues include the income generated by the daft.ie and the Done Deal websites. “

    Total tooty pants.

  2. Termagant

    All the same, it’s not bad for 750 inc utilities. They’re heinous chancers but they’re not gougers at least.

    Listen to me, impressed by a shed for 750 a month. What a world.

  3. Paulus

    Well the “cottage” accoutrements are in place:
    Wagon wheel – check
    Horseshoe decorations – check

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