What: built by the Dublin United Tramway Company in the early 1900s, this three-bed, end-of-terrace cottage style house originally housed the tramway inspector, his wife and their ten children. The 71 square metre abode comprises a lounge, inner hall, kitchen/dining room, two double bedrooms and a single, and a family bathroom. On-street residents car parking is at the front.
Where: No 1 is just off the southern end of Blackrock’s Main Street, a...
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