Thursday August 13, 2020

A leafy bit of zen in Ballsbridge

A mews house in one of the capital’s most desirable lanes has interiors to die for, and tranquil gardens to boot, writes Ros Drinkwater

19th May, 2019
The rear garden has an inspired design for nature lovers

A leafy corner of Ballsbridge is the location of Heytesbury Lane, one of Dublin’s most desirable mews lanes.

At No 60, the clues to what lies beyond the low-key exterior are the three beautiful silver birch trees that grace the polished cement limestone-walled front-entrance courtyard, a space too often these days reserved strictly for parking. A bespoke, architect-designed modern mews, this is a house that offers the last word in contemporary chic.

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