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‘Ireland’s skinniest house’ has hit the market once again

A Dublin house famous as ‘Ireland’s Skinniest House’ has been put on the market with an asking price of €235,000.

Built in the 1900s, the house earned a nickname due to its little width (just under 2 m).

The home itself has a unique listing history, having been acquired in 2013 for €136,000 and then put on the market in 2019 with a significant price increase of €285,000. However, a year later, it was relisted for €199,000 before being relisted for €250,000 last year.

This time, though, the price has been reduced slightly, and it now sells for €235,000.

The house itself has been significantly renovated, although it is still on the small side. The house is basic and bright, with natural light flowing throughout. The hallway leads to a comfortable living area, which leads to the kitchen, which completes the ground floor.

The one bedroom is located upstairs, and the bathroom completes the home. Portobello’s location is ideal, as it is near Dublin City Centre, and various buses and the LUAS serve to transport you across the country.
Buckley Real Estate has a listing for 19A Long Lane in Dublin 8 for €235,000.

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