Tuesday July 7, 2020

Rich Georgian flavour pervades an elegant Blackrock residence

2nd June, 2019
7 Anglesea Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin: on the market for €1.375 million

The style of the front door is one recognised the world over – the elegant fanlight marks it out as Irish Georgian. No 7 Anglesea Avenue in Blackrock in south Co Dublin was built around 1830, the year the last George passed away. This makes it late Irish Georgian, before the less aesthetically pleasing Victorian architectural excesses took over.

Over the years, the double-fronted terraced house has been sympathetically restored, refurbished and extended. While retaining a wealth...

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