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Coastal grandeur in Monkstown for €1.85 million

This residence of three storeys and seven bedrooms dates back to the 1840s, radiating a sense of beautifully-proportioned elegance, writes Tina-Marie O'Neill.

23rd February, 2014
Number 28 Longford Terrace commands pride of place on a quiet Monkstown street.

According to Monkstown's parish history, fashionable residential terraces such as Longford Terrace and Monkstown Crescent in south Co Dublin were constructed from the mid-1830s in response to the country's first railway, a six-mile track which ran from Dublin and terminated near the Purty Kitchen, just around the bend from Longford Terrace along the Old Dunleary Road.

Number 28 Longford Terrace commands pride of place at the head of Longford Terrace with views of Dun...

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