Beckett’s old home on the market for €1.5m

Built by Beckett’s father William in 1910 and located beside Huband Bridge Lock along the banks of the Grand Canal, No 2 remained in the family until the 1970s

24th September, 2017
Beckett’s old home on the market for €1.5m
2 Percy Place in Dublin 2 was built by Samuel Beckett’s father in 1910

After undergoing an interiors overhaul, 2 Percy Place, the Dublin 4 home once owned by Samuel Beckett, has returned to the open market with Jason Miller of Miller Commercial at an asking price of €1.5 million.

Built by Beckett’s father William in 1910 and located beside Huband Bridge Lock along the banks of the Grand Canal, No 2 remained in the family until the 1970s when it was bought by an architect couple, who lived there for...

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