On Raglan Road, a five-bed redbrick is on the market for €1.4m

This Dublin 4 property of just under 160 square metres is laid over three floors

Clarendon, a five-bedroom home of just under 160 square metres over three floors on Raglan Road in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, was built in the 1980s and is on the market with agent Owen Reilly guiding €1.4 million

Completed in 1857, just as the Crimean War ended and thus named after the war’s victorious chief commander, Lord Raglan, Raglan Road in Dublin 4 was a new suburb of fine period residences outside of the Georgian city centre to which the aristocracy was lured thanks to their larger front and rear gardens.

No 14 Raglan Road, then called De Wyndsore House, is at the Clyde Road end of the road and was where Queen ...