Imposing four-bed outside Birr with period features for €1.29m

17th June, 2018
The formal dining room with windows at the front and rear of the house

The Georgian properties on Oxmantown Mall in Birr make up arguably the finest terrace in the heritage town. Built in the early 19th century to cater to prosperous professionals, the row provides a link between the town centre and Birr Castle, and overlooks a stone wall-enclosed promenade running up to the old gates of that demesne.

The houses are said to have been constructed under the supervision of Lawrence Parsons, the Second Earl of Rosse,...

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