Ten cut-price homes: from Blackrock to Rathgar, Cork and Laois

Rising house prices hog the news, but here are some properties that have seen a drop

 

The price isn’t always right when it comes to property. The following 11 properties have recorded the largest price drops on the MyHome website. Spread across five counties, this list represents a combined price fall of more than €2 million based on the original asking prices for each of the homes.

6 Idrone Terrace, Blackrock, Co Dublin

6 Idrone Terrace, Blackrock, Co Dublin
Three bedroom terraced period property overlooking the sea and close to Blackrock Dart station.
Original asking price: €1,800,000
Current asking price: €1,600,000
Price drop: €200,000 (-11.1%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie



Castle Park House, Kanturk, Co Cork

Castle Park House, Kanturk, Co Cork
Two storey over basement period house set on 130 acres of land, including woodland and an attractive cut-stone stable yard.
Original asking price: €2,250,000
Current asking price: €1,950,000
Price drop: €300,000 (-13.3%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


42 Sandycove Road, Sandycove, Co Dublin

42 Sandycove Road, Sandycove, Co Dublin
Three-bedroom terraced house in a popular location between the villages of Glasthule and Dalkey. It’s a short stroll down to the beach and Forty Foot.
Original asking price: €1,100,000
Current asking price: €975,000
Price drop: €125,000 (-11.4%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


3 Kellyville, Portlaoise, Co Laois

3 Kellyville, Portlaoise, Co Laois
Substantial Edwardian redbrick semi-detached house with many original features. There is an additional two-storey house to the rear.
Original asking price: €599,000
Current asking price: €450,000
Price drop: €149,000 (-24.9%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


3 St Margaret’s Road, Malahide, Co Dublin

3 St Margaret’s Road, Malahide, Co Dublin
Modern detached house with five bedrooms, all ensuite. Large reception rooms.
Original asking price: €1,500,000
Current asking price: €1,200,000
Price drop: €300,000 (-20%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


Kinnefad, Carbury, Co Kildare

Kinnefad, Carbury, Co Kildare
Three-bedroom bungalow in need of a refresh, surrounded by mature well-kept gardens.
Original asking price: €395,000
Current asking price: €195,000
Price drop: €200,000 (-50.6%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


Tenchleigh, 9 The Thicket, Foxrock, D18

Tenchleigh, 9 The Thicket, Foxrock, Dublin 18
Five-bedroom dormer bungalow in a quiet cul de sac off Hainualt Road. Bright, spacious layout with parquet flooring throughout the ground floor.
Original asking price: €1,250,000
Current asking price: €1,100,000
Price drop: €150,000 (-12%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


5 Tower Avenue, Rathgar, Dublin 6
Terraced four-bedroom redrick home with attic conversion and a separate garden house that could be used as a study or home gym.
Orignal asking price: €875,000
Current asking price: €795,000
Price drop: €80,000 (9.14%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


Adrigole House, Beara, Co Cork
Four-bedroom Georgian house standing on 1.5 acres of grounds in a peaceful setting close to Adrigole Bay.
Original asking price: €475,000
Current asking price: €385,000
Price drop: €90,000 (18.95%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie


Cornakill, Mullagh, Co Cavan
Cornakill, Mullagh, Co Cavan

Cornakill, Mullagh, Co Cavan
Detached cut stone three-bedroom house that has been renovated to a high standard inside.
Original asking price: €249,500
Current asking price: €170,000
Price drop: €79,500 (31.86%)
Click to view house on myhome.ie

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