Edwardian residence in Limerick is a beguiling blend of old and new
Springdale on Ennis Road is noted for its architectural significance and sits on 0.6 of an acre
The Edwardian-era homes on Limerick’s Ennis Road speak to the wealth of the middle classes living in the surrounds of the city a century ago. Among the most substantial period properties on this still much sought after street is Springdale, a detached house set well back from the thoroughfare behind a stone wall with electric gates.
The two-bay, two-storey residence was built in 1910 by William Clifford Smith, the English architect best known...
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