Newly built three-beds come to market in Harold’s Cross
The houses at the Greenmount scheme are priced between €750,000 and €840,000
The derivation of the name Harold’s Cross, the urban village and south Dublin suburb, is largely uncertain. Some claim it is named for the stone cross that marked the boundary of the lands held by the Danish Viking Harold family in medieval times.
Others say it was called after the cross which warned off the wild guardians of the border of the Pale – the Haralds or Harrels, from crossing into the lands...
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