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Award-winning restoration boosts asking price for historic Temple Bar back-to-backs to €2.5m

The protected structure comprises two period back-to-back buildings, facing onto Parliament Street and Crane Lane respectively, separated and joined by a feature light-well and stairwell insertion

7th October, 2018
No 4 Parliament Street in Temple Bar

Knight Frank is seeking offers of €2.5 million for No 4 Parliament Street and No 3 Crane Lane, a fully and beautifully refurbished high-profile, mixed-use building in Dublin’s Temple Bar.

The former Reads Cutlers building is the country’s only intact 18th-century merchant’s shop and house, and one of the few remaining in Europe. Read’s Cutlers also has the distinction of being one of Europe’s oldest brands.


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