A bungalow with a difference

Bruion Caortainn isn’t exactly your average traditional bungalow but has plenty of charms of its own

18th October, 2015
Bruion Caortainn in Rathmichael, Co Dublin: an excellent single-storey contemporary home

Though it’s described in the brochure as a detached bungalow residence, there isn’t much of what we consider to be a traditional Irish bungalow about Bruion Caortainn. It’s a cracking single-storey contemporary home of 153 square metres on a 0.25-acre, secluded, south-west facing site on the Ballybride Road in Rathmichael in south Co Dublin.

Built about four years ago as one of three detached homes, the other two constructed as...

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