Victorian redbrick is a perfect period piece

Situated halfway between Glenageary and Dun Laoghaire, Lady Cross is an imposing four-bedroom residence with a wealth of sumptuous period features – as well as room for Granny.

22nd March, 2015
Lady’s Cross was one of the first houses built on Silchester Road, Glenageary. Dating from the 1860s, many period interior features have been preserved.

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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