Extended period home in city centre
Movember’s Neil Rooney is selling his refurbished city centre home on Magennis Square in D2
There’s ‘Mo’ to this end-of-terrace city centre pad than first meets the eye. A two-bedroom period property, No 5 Magennis Square in Dublin 2 is home to Neil Rooney, the country manager for men’s cancer charity Movember Ireland, and his family, and is on the market with Allen & Jacobs for €385,000.
Rooney purchased the house in 2008, and with the recent arrival of his second child, the family is now...
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