A tower of strength
The one-bedroom Martello Tower has been beautifully restored
One of only two Martello Towers in residential use (see article below), Bartra Martello – originally known as the Bullock Tower given its proximity to the nearby fishing harbour – has returned to the market with a new agent and a reduced price of €1.85 million, down from €2 million since it first came to market in 2014.
Owned by the Stephenson family and converted by architect daughter Simone Stephenson, the tower has been beautifully restored...
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