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A dark horse in Harold’s Cross hides an airy interior

Never judge a book by its cover

3rd April, 2016
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The rear extension is flooded with light from four skylights and floor-to-ceiling doors looking out onto the south-east facing garden

The saying goes “never judge a book by its cover”, and in the case of 37 Harold’s Cross Road in Dublin 6W, the adage holds true. Its quaint, unassuming facade belies a bright and airy interior that feels much bigger than its 75 square metres.

The two-bedroom, terraced home in Harold’s Cross comes with a sunny south-east facing garden and is on the market at €398,000 with Douglas Newman Good.

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