Rathgar residence gives a nod to past and future
No 5 Victoria Lane, which is on the market for €2.25 million, has all the elegance of a Regency residence, but being a little over a decade old, it also offers the comforts of a modern A3 rated build
Tucked away off Victoria Road, a leafy road of period redbricks in the well-established suburb of Rathgar in Dublin 6, lies Victoria Lane. It’s a quiet cul-de-sac laneway of generous private homes built on a green site between the rear gardens of the homes of Victoria Road and at the rear of the grand homes on Bushy Park Road.
At the end of Victoria Lane is a row of three double-fronted, two-storey over basement...
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