Thursday October 22, 2020

Georgian mansion full of charm and character in Clonskeagh

The house has a long and storied history, and is packed with potential, writes Tina-Marie O'Neill.

4th May, 2014
Roebuck Hill House on Mount Anville Road leans towards the era's Regency period.

In 1838, the area around Roebuck in Clonskeagh - now in Dublin 14 - was described by Samuel Lewis in his Topographical Dictionary of Ireland as ''a district chiefly occupied by handsome villas situated in tastefully disposed grounds, many of which command magnificent views of the bay and city of Dublin, the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains, and the beautiful adjacent country.

Not far from the junction that unites Roebuck, Mount Anville and Callary roads with Foster's Avenue,...

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