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From beastly to beautiful

A tasteful refurbishment has transformed a period redbrick from drab and dated apartments to a glorious family home

25th October, 2015
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Number 39 Glenart Avenue in Blackrock in South Co Dublin

For those of us with a keen interest in interior architecture and refurbishment, it’s both exciting and inspiring to see a property that exudes potential returning to market in turn-key condition.

Such is the case with 39 Glenart Avenue in Blackrock in South Co Dublin. No 39 featured in this supplement in October 2013 as a period redbrick with “great potential”.

The semi-detached property was on the market at €795,000 and is listed on...

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