Period home in heart of embassy belt
No 10 Pembroke Road offers 310 square metres of meticulously restored and upgraded accommodation over four floors for €1.95m
The fine period residences on Pembroke Road in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 were built on farmland inherited in 1833 by George Herbert, the 11th Earl of Pembroke and which today remain some of the most sought-after real estate in the capital.
Located at the Baggot Street Upper end of the tree-lined road is No 10, one of the finest homes on the street, which has just come to market with Colliers International and is guiding €1.95 million.
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