Sandymount home mixes old and new

On the face of it, 67 Sandymount Avenue is a textbook Dublin 4 Victorian redbrick.

13th September, 2008

On the face of it, 67 Sandymount Avenue is a textbook Dublin 4 Victorian redbrick.

To the front, it has beautiful wide-plank original floorboards, and to the rear, a smart architect-designed extension housing a large kitchen and living space marrying the old and new.

But the unusual thing about the house is that the work was done two decades ago, and it has not dated despite 20 years of family life going on within its comfortable walls.

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