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Former Dublin tool shed finds buyer at $269,100

DUBLIN (Reuters) - A former tool shed built to fill a gap in the middle of a row of Victorian houses in what was once Dublin's poorest district has found a buyer at a startling price of 220,000 euros.

At 10 feet (3 metres) wide and with a floor space of 280 square feet (26 square metres), the building was last sold for 500 Irish pounds in the 1970s.

The red-brick house has no garden and no downstairs windows.

The estate agents selling the property said on Monday a sale had been agreed but declined to comment further. The price tag raised eyebrows even in Ireland where the cost of homes has tripled between 1997 and 2004.

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Former Dublin tool shed finds buyer at $269,100

DUBLIN (Reuters) - A former tool shed built to fill a gap in the middle of a row of Victorian houses in what was once Dublin's poorest district has found a buyer at a startling price of 220,000 euros.

At 10 feet (3 metres) wide and with a floor space of 280 square feet (26 square metres), the building was last sold for 500 Irish pounds in the 1970s.

The red-brick house has no garden and no downstairs windows.

The estate agents selling the property said on Monday a sale had been agreed but declined to comment further. The price tag raised eyebrows even in Ireland where the cost of homes has tripled between 1997 and 2004.

Yahoo News

Maybe a couple of tools are planning on living there.

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