Halfway down Silchester Road in Glenageary, south Co Dublin, sits Lady Cross, an imposing redbrick semi-detached Victorian residence of 418 square metres and its adjoining mews.
The handsome property forms part of an architectural conservation area on a road that was “laid out rather late in the development of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, with the earliest house dating to 1860”, according to county council documents. The road was named after Lord Silchester, the junior heir to the Longford...
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