Three-bed townhouse in Clontarf on market for €550,000

The residence is part of a development at Auburn House, once the home of former Clerys chairwoman Mary Guiney

15th November, 2020
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Auburn House is a well-kept scheme on the Howth Road

Auburn House is an infill scheme of 22 apartments and 16 houses on the Howth Road in Clontarf, Dublin 3. The homes were built in 2004 around a charming redbrick period residence at the front of the site, from which the scheme takes its name.

The original period building was the long-time home of Mary Guiney, the formidable chairwoman of the Clery & Co department store on O’Connell Street, who passed away aged 103 in 2014.

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