What sold for €360k in Marino, Dundrum, Walkinstown, Lucan and Skerries

A fixer-upper in D3, stylish three-beds, and apartments in D14 and by the sea

 

35 Philipsburgh Terrace, Marino, Dublin 3
Terraced three-bedroom home of about 90sq m in this popular neighbourhood. The dated interior will need updating and there’s a small walled garden to the rear.
Asking: €380,000
Sold: €360,000
Difference: -5%
Agent: Quillsen

Apartment 3, Taney Court, Dundrum, Dublin 14
Two-bedroom ground-floor apartment in a low rise scheme close to the Luas and town centre. The recently renovated 74sq m unit has quality timber flooring, double glazed windows and good storage throughout.
Asking: €350,000
Sold: €360,000
Difference: 3%
Agent: Vincent Finnegan

50 St Malachy’s Drive, Walkinstown, Dublin 12
Terraced three-bedroom house in turnkey condition with just under 100sq m of living space including an open plan living/diningroom leading to the kitchen. There’s a large split-level paved back garden.
Asking: €340,000
Sold: €360,000
Difference: 6%
Agent: HWP

12B Esker Park, Lucan, Co Dublin
Showhouse style three-bedroom house with a converted attic providing extra living space. Built in 2016, the house has tasteful interiors, off-street parking and a good-sized fenced back garden.
Asking: €340,000
Sold: €365,000
Difference: 7%
Agent: DNG

33 Kittiwake, Barnageeragh Cove, Skerries, Co Dublin
Loft-like two-bedroom apartment with superb sea views and a generous 95sq ft of living space. There’s a room-sized hallway with double-height ceiling, a large livingroom leading to a balcony facing the sea and a second sheltered balcony.
Asking: €349,000
Sold: €366,000
Difference: 5%
Agent: REA Grimes

Prices from the Residential Property Price Register, June/July 2020

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