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This Horrible House For Rent On Daft Is The Bleakest Thing You'll See Today

By kaylawalsh

December 5, 2017 at 8:50pm

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We know the property scene in Dublin is hellish right now, but this is a whole other level. 

For €325 a month you can now share a tiny, grotty room in Glasnevin with four other people. 

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Or for €350, you can share an equally horrible room with three others. 

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There are nine people already living in this house and they're looking for SEVEN more. 

That's sixteen poor souls in a place that really doesn't look that big and is in serious need of a revamp. 

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The single and twin rooms in the house cost €600 a month, which is truly shocking. 

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"The property is situated in a quiet and friendly neighborhood," reads the ad

"The nationalities are Japanese, Mexican, Brazilian, Indian, Portuguese, Irish and Taiwanese.

"The property has all the modcoms [sic]".

We're surprised they didn't try to fit a few more beds on the "balcony", to be honest.

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It's available for you to move in immediately - once your references check out, of course. 

Obviously it's close to DCU and St Pats and they're advertising it as a "student house" with free tea and coffee and so on, but we think this is just a step too far. 

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