Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Family Home or Investment opportunity for Sale in Drumcondra, Dublin 9

Local Drumcondra, Dublin based sales agents Kelly Bradshaw Dalton have just been instructed to sell a three bedroom family home at Grace Park Terrace, Drumcondra, Dublin 9. 

The house has the potential for extension, subject to planning approval of a further two bedrooms and there is also a very spacious attic area which could be converted to another room. 

It has just been completely redecorated throughout and the majority of the carpets being replace in 2013 and three bedrooms in 2015.

Kelly Bradshaw Dalton describes the property as “ This beautiful partially red brick 1936 built home oozes character with its original open fireplaces and high ceilings creating plenty of light and space.

This is truly an outstanding opportunity to acquire a fine residence, further enhanced by a premier sought after location, in the heart of Drumcondra.”
Being on the north side of Dublin, it is in a very convenient location for Dublin Airport, Port and carry ferry terminal, M1 and M50 motorways.

It offers a great amount of accommodation for a family and of course there is room for expansion too.

The house has gas fired central heating, mains wired fire alarms in the hall and landing and a burglar alarm. BER - F

This garden has fine mature plants and shrubbery and provides plenty of privacy and
includes fantastic seating areas.

To the front of this delightful home lies an impressive 33 foot front garden, with ample space to create more private parking as the neighbours either side have done.

For more information go to Kelly Bradshaw Dalton’s website at










Friday, 6 February 2015

Ireland has world's fastest growing house prices

According to the report in the January edition of "Property Professional" - The Magazine of ARLA and the NAEA and other associations forming part of NFOPP - Ireland has the world's fastest growing house prices.

The report says that only six years after Ireland's crash saw 50% wiped from its property market values, the country has been declared as having the fastest growing house prices in the world.

The country has been named at the top of an influential global house price index which has it placed ahead of Dubai and the UK with Cyprus at the bottom.

The index has been put together by estate agents Knight Frank (that has branches in Ireland), reveals that in 2012 Ireland was ranked almost bottom at 54 out of 55 countries surveyed.

This was at the time when house prices were falling by almost 10% a year following the economic crash of 2008.

Its strong performance is down to the strength of the property market in Dublin.

The UK has been named in fourth place with prices up 10.5% in the year to September 2014, making it one of only six countries to achieve double digit price growth.

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