Saturday September 26, 2020

The past meets the present in refurbished Phibsboro home

Originally constructed in the 1850s as a one-bedroom cottage, it was bought by the current owner in 2004. It has since been extended to its current 121 square metres and entirely refurbished and redesigned under architect supervision

24th February, 2019
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A second reception room

There are two things that 32 Geraldine Street in Phibsboro really has going for it: its central location and its complete refurbishment.

The redbrick split-level townhouse in Dublin 7 is a ten-minute walk from O’Connell Street and is also within easy walking distance of the Mater and Temple Street hospitals, the Luas line, Drumcondra rail station, Croke Park and many local amenities such as Blessington Street Basin at the top of the road.

Originally constructed...

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