Charming three-bed cottage in quiet Rathgar enclave

No 22 Highfield Grove is a two-storey home built in the early 1900s off the Highfield Road and opens onto a shared community green

18th July, 2021
No 22 Highfield Grove, which is on the market for €625,000. Picture: Ronan Melia Photography

Tucked away off Highfield Road in Rathgar, a leafy and popular suburb among the well-heeled burghers of Dublin 6, is Highfield Grove, a cul-de-sac of charming cottages built in the early 1900s by William Murphy of the Dublin Unite Tram Company to house his employees and their families.

Of the 28 or so original cottages, all but four were single storey, the larger, two-storey homes having been earmarked for the tramway company’s supervisors.

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