Donnybrook cottage on market for €580,000
Two-storey redbrick built in 1910 is now a 21st-century pad that makes maximum use of limited space
Bijou, meaning “small and elegant”, is a delightful term borrowed from French and adopted by users of the English language 400 years or so ago. It describes No 18 Home Villas in Dublin 4 utterly and succinctly.
The mid-terrace redbrick is one of a number of two-storey cottages located behind the former Kiely’s pub between Donnybrook Road and Herbert Park. The cottages were built in about 1910 for employees working on the Pembroke Estate, an area...
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