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Glaslynn

1.0 from 1 review
Added by Asdfman F.
53.3663680237, -6.2191916138

97 Howth Road,
Dublin,
01, Ireland

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Apartment complex consisting of approximately 100 apartments across three buildings, with one and two bedroom units. Constructed around 2001-2003.

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1 Review

Glaslynn was first reviewed by Asdfman F. on 22 December 2013

Raters say we are...  regulation, construction, noise, apartments, glaslynn

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Asdfman F. Member since: December 2013 1 Reviews

Lives 0.02 km from Glaslynn

1.0

Spacious, modern apartments in a great location with bus stop just outside the gates. However, it has the most apalling sound-transmission problems between units; flushing toilets, misc. water noises, voices, crying babies, slamming doors, footsteps, television noise etc. The construction quality of these apartments are a serious question mark. The inner walls are hollow, and seem to be some kind of stud wall (slightly thicker than plaster). Possibly due to this, noise travels so easilly between floors. The noise from above, below and across, always comes from the walls - never through the floors. From the 2nd floor, you can even clearly hear footsteps from the ground floor tiled common area.

In one unit, the master bedroom shares a common wall with the symmetrical neighbour's master bedroom. The common wall is some kind of hollow wall (like a partition wall) through which even moderate vocal noise (conversations) passes easily through. Introduce a baby into the neighbour's bedroom, and your master bedroom is nearly un-livable. It is so bad, even the neighbour's alarm clock causes sleep disruption.

It is difficult to believe how someone could construct this place and believe it suitable for dwelling. Either this place is not within the regulation, or the regulation is totally inadequate.

Reviewed on: 22 Dec 2013

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