Two houses of different eras and styles face-off on Cherryfield Avenue

Homes rarely come up for sale on Cherryfield Avenue in Ranelagh in Dublin 6, and when they do, they tend to be snapped up swiftly. Two houses on the road are guiding €695,000

12th March, 2017
The back garden is gravelled with a paved patio area and a concrete shed

A quiet cul-de-sac at the Milltown end of Sandford Road, Cherryfield Avenue is dominated by two facing rows of distinctive, stucco-fronted period homes.

Built around the turn of the last century, these terraced houses were intended for office workers and civil servants. They offered three bedrooms and tidy, town-style gardens, and cost about £210 when first put to market in 1910.

There is an upper end of the road, which narrows to afford a single row...

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