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A garden shed to rent for almost €900 a month has been taken down from property website Daft.ie.

The property, in Drimnagh south Dublin, was described as a studio apartment and advertised earlier this week.

The description said the "compact dwelling" was ideal for one person.

It added: "Coming to the rental market in very good condition. The compact comfortable dwelling has a separate entrance and combines kitchen/living/bedroom area with shower room."

It also included a small storage area.

The advert also listed the property as having double glazed uPVC patio door and windows, laminated flooring, a separate entrance and being close to public transport.

But it was withdrawn by the lettings agent this afternoon.

It comes at a time that rental properties are dearer than at the peak in 2008, and when fewer rentals are available.


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