Meanwhile, In Dublin 8

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Ciarán – Crazy House Prices tweetz:

€1,200 per month for this. You’d get more space in a prison cell. What do you do if you have notions though and want to actually own some clothing? Or belongings? But sure you can hardly expect those luxuries for only €1,200 per month….

In fairness.

Ciarán – Crazy House Prices

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25 thoughts on “Meanwhile, In Dublin 8

    1. Papi

      *Window is 300 extra a month. Gets bricked up and installed elsewhere if you choose not to rent it.

  1. Clampers Outside

    Funny* thing is… I’d bet the owner/landlord is PROUD of their creation and is literally beaming with pride for what is a room fit for a self catering B&B not a fuppin’ rental.

    If I met them, I’d call them an “unadulterated gouger” who should be feeling shame not pride for charging that price.

    * obviously not funny ‘haha’ :/

    1. Paulus

      The owner hops from his Merc when he sees you.
      Saying he hopes the apartment will please you.
      You say, ‘Isn’t it small?’
      He says, ‘Not at all,
      The appropriate word here is bijou.

      1. Bitnboxy

        “Home” – the ultimate troll.

        Hope the microwave doesn’t fall into the sink when doing the washing up.

  2. Pat_popper

    Think of the landlords, they have to pay taxes on their rental profits, when they’re already paying tax from their jobs! Imagine.

  3. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

    your bedsheets get to smell of roast chicken and you have het the whole flat !

    1. Paulus

      I’d say you’d also get to smell the roast chicken on completion of its journey along the alimentary canal!

      1. Fergalito

        Yes, isn’t it a cardinal law that one does not poop where one eats?

        Our ancestors handed that nugget down to us.

  4. D-troll

    price of anything is what people are willing to pay for it. think thats bad, id say its 12k euro a month for something similar overlooking hyde park in london.

    i wonder what the landlords return on capital is on this.

    if someone just needs a base to sleep and make breakfast, thats probably fine, you are saving money as can walk into the city centre from there. esp those google/facebook employees that are making 6k plus a month.

    though i couldnt live there. the crying chair became a thing for a reason. it would be so depressing living there.

      1. ian-oG

        Lie sideways on the bed and ‘pace’ the wall seems to be all that’s possible here.

        You could have a bit of a fantasy about being in the Matrix while doing so.

        If the landlord was any use they could advertise this as a ‘feature’.

  5. Toe Up

    It looks like there’s barely enough room for the door to open enough for a larger person to enter the room.

  6. Cian

    Do you remember the co-living place in Dun Laoghaire last year that y’all thought was the worst thing ever?

    It had rooms about 3m x 5.4m [in feet 9’9″ by 17’8″foot]. It also had shared kitchen, and living rooms. The place also had a gym, cinema, laundry room, and games room. For 1300/month.

    Which would you prefer? That place in Dolphins barn? or the co-living in Dun Laoghaire?

    https://www.broadsheet.ie/2019/05/09/co-living-in-dun-laoghaire/

    (as i said then, the price is too high; but the concept could work for certain type of people)

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