Regency Residence returns to market
While it was in need of refurbishment, it was evident that the 576 square metre, 18th-century family home had been well maintained throughout the previous 52-year period
One often wonders what will become of a grand but dreadfully tired period residence once it has been acquired by a new, private owner. Such was the case in May 2014 when Property Plus visited Roebuck Hill House on Mount Anville Road in Dublin 14 in advance of it going under the hammer with property consultants REA O’Donnell.
Then, the listed, Regency-style Georgian house, on 1.2 acres, had an advised minimum value (AMV) of €750,000....
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It's January 2020, a new decade, and the fresh new year is awash with optimism and intrigue as to what may be. Amid the unpredictability of life, one aspect that can be planned is how we design, decorate and fill the spaces we inhabit. Marie-Louise Keeley, a senior interior designer at House & Garden Furnishings, offers the design trends and approaches that will hopefully inspire you this year and beyond