House of the Week: Handsome Wicklow residence still the last word in graceful living
Sheemore, just outside Wicklow town, was built in 1850 and is on the market with a guide price of €650,000
One of the finest Wicklow period homes to come on the market in recent times, Sheemore was built in 1850, at which time this handsome double-fronted residence would have offered the last word in graceful living with every conceivable domestic amenity. Some 170 years on, thanks to a recent, far-sighted renovation and extension, the same is still true.
Coming in from the Glebe, the original wrought iron pedestrian gate opens to a sandstone path that leads up...
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