Rathgar three-bed has family appeal

When the owners of 36 Kenilworth Square in Rathgar bought the property four years ago, they started removing bathrooms to restore the proportions of the original rooms.

20th October, 2007

When the owners of 36 Kenilworth Square in Rathgar bought the property four years ago, they started removing bathrooms to restore the proportions of the original rooms.

The two-storey over basement property had been used as a guesthouse, and had an en suite in nearly every room.

For sale through Douglas Newman Good for €2.25million,the terraced Victorian house has been restored to a family home with attention to period detail and the addition of several modern...

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