Contemporary comforts and period style on Raglan Road

The three-storey over garden level Victorian home at No 25 exemplifies gracious living on a grand scale

20th January, 2019
The stone-floored reception hall

Minimalist it is certainly not. Should the ghost of the Victorian master builder who constructed 25 Raglan Road in Ballsbridge in Dublin 4 happen along, he’d be delighted to see so many of the lovingly handcrafted period features still intact.

A flight of granite steps leads to the front door with its feature fanlight flanked by ionic columns, and on into the polished York flagstone-floored reception hall, the elegant staircase rising to the upper floors,...

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