Property to Let

Craddock Estates Property Sales Lettings, Valuations, and Property Management

Craddock Estates 326 Clontarf Road Dublin 3 Phone 01 8330517


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Properties to let required in all areas!

We have current enquiries for 1 and 2 bed apartments, 2 3 and 4 bed houses in Clontarf, Raheny, Artane, Sutton, Howth, Marino, Coolock, Baldoyle, and Malahide, from working tenants with excellent references. If you have a property to let and want first class service with tax deductible fees, give John or David a call at 01 8330517.


Looking to rent a home on the Northside? Call 01 8330517 now!

Have you a property you would like to let?

Houses and Apartments needed for working tenants in Artane, Clontarf, Killester, Malahide,Raheny, Sutton, Howth Call David or John at 01 8330517

Recommended Letting Agent?

We have been letting and managing property in Dublin City and County for the last 14 years. All our clients (the landlords) are professional landlords, they like to keep their properties in good order. They demand a high standard of service from us and and we do our best to oblige. If work needs to be carried out on a property we organise it quickly with minimum fuss. We always check that the tenant is happy afterwards and will insist on quality repair work. If you want an agent that treats Landlords and Tenants with equal respect, call John at 01 8330517. You will not be disappointed.

We regularly offer a wide range of quality property to let in Dublin North City and County. Typical lettings in Dublin last for 12 months, with a formal lease being signed by the tenants and the landlord.

The tenancy is then registered with the PRTB. This lease offers great protection to the tenant, but sadly is of little benefit to the landlord partly due to the time it takes to get a case heard. In addition ther eis no mechanism in place to force tenants to pay compensation or rent to a landlord even if they win.

We advertise all our properties to let on, but sometimes we will have advanced knowledge of a property coming to the market, then it will be initially advertised on first.

If you are wondering what your rights as a tenant are, this section of the threshold website is worth a read

Tenants have legal rights and duties. Your legal rights derive from general landlord/tenant law as well as from any written or verbal tenancy agreement between you and your landlord. Duties include paying your rent, keeping the property in good order, avoiding damage or nuisance and complying with any special terms set down in your tenancy agreement, click here to get further information > Citizens advice