House of the week: A trophy residence in leafy Blackrock

Cuil Min on Sydney Avenue in Blackrock is a detached Edwardian redbrick in a secluded and enviable location, writes Colette Sexton.

5th October, 2014
Cuil Min on Sydney Avenue in Blackrock.

The translation of Cuil Min is ‘serene corner’, an apt name for this ivy covered red brick house surrounded by mature trees and landscaped gardens.

A gravelled driveway and manicured hedges guide the way to this detached and secluded property, on the corner of Sydney Avenue and Mount Merrion Avenue in Blackrock.

Built around 1910, the Edwardian house was in the same family for four decades, before being sold to the present owners...

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