Iveagh Baths owners plan restoration works on historic building

The building, one of Ireland’s best examples of Art Nouveau architecture, will be entirely upgraded

18th October, 2015
Gene Clayton, chief executive of the Iveagh Trust Picture: Feargal Ward

The owners of the historic Iveagh Baths building are set to post a planning notice tomorrow detailing their plans to restore and refurbish the listed building.

The property was formerly owned by Fermanagh businessman Sean Quinn, who fought a contentious legal battle to acquire it. But it was sold to a consortium of investors earlier this year for upwards of €1 million.

The building, considered to be one of Ireland’s best examples of Art Nouveau...

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