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A house in Dublin seen in the Spice Girls' video for 'Stop' is up for sale

Spice up yizzer gaff.

THE IRISH HOUSE featured in the music video for Spice Girls’ song ‘Stop’ is up for sale.

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DNG Estate Agents will open viewings for the €425,000 gaff at 15 Carnew Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin, this weekend.

Loose change, really.

Source: DNG Estate Agents

Source: DNG Estate Agents

Shot in Stoneybatter, the video was released 19 years ago, once again confirming that you are in fact, ancient.

Source: SpiceGirlsVEVO/YouTube

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The home is described by DNG Estate Agents as “a charming and fully renovated Artisan dwelling with brick facade which offers a discerning purchaser the opportunity to acquire an elegant spacious residence in show house condition”.

The property has been extensively modernised under architectural supervision and incorporates a bright modern interior that blends with the original period features of the day.”

Dermot Bannon would be weak.

According to The Mirror, locals on the street were paid £100 for the inconvenience of having their street sealed off. That same article includes reports of teenagers “nearly crying” and quotes one young man as saying that Geri was “sound”.

Petition to have Geri renamed ‘Sound Spice’, please and thanks.

Carnew Street has now become the band’s Abbey Road, with fans flocking to the street to pay homage to the original girl band.

Here’s a thought – why don’t a load of us pool money together, buy the house and turn it into a Spice Girls museum?

Genius. Housing crisis? What housing crisis?

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