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Counter Culture / June 3, 2022

A glorified extension in Glasnevin is being sold for half a million euro

Counter Culture / June 3, 2022

A glorified extension in Glasnevin is being sold for half a million euro

Words: Eva O’Beirne

We’re fine, we swear. This country isn’t doomed at all.

Posted on May 31, the two-bedroom, one-bathroom property is on the market for 575,000 euro. A total of 73 square metres, the “house” is at the end of a row of three terraced houses.

Marketed as a bungalow, the property is situated on Fairfield Road, Glasnevin.

The Daft.ie description said on the listing: “This A-Rated house has been built and designed with exceptional attention to detail and also benefits from private gardens and car parking. The homes are generously proportioned and have been designed with today’s buyers in mind.”

Generously proportioned.

It was recently revealed that the amount of people living in poverty in Ireland jumps from 11.6 per cent to 19 per cent after housing costs are factored in.

A new study by Social Justice Ireland revealed that as many as 371,000 extra people living in poverty because of housing costs. The independent company said its findings show that the actual number of people living in poverty in Ireland today is almost at one million.

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