Extended period home in city centre

Movember’s Neil Rooney is selling his refurbished city centre home on Magennis Square in D2

31st July, 2016
Neil Rooney with his wife Johanna in their end-of-terrace house on Magennis Square Picture: Fergal Phillips

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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