Two perfect peas in a pod on a quiet Blackrock road
Situated at the western end of Brookfield Terrace in the Co Dublin suburb, ‘identical twins’ 17a and 17b Ventura Mews are on the market offering a double dose of design flair
Question: what’s better than a slick, A-rated, designer home with a low maintenance, high impact rear garden and off-street parking on a quiet residential road in Blackrock, Co Dublin? Answer: two of them.
With good quality, well-located, energy-efficient, new-build properties thin on the ground at the moment, it’s fair to say that no sooner has an estate agent pitched the ‘For Sale’ board up and packed away the hammer and nails, they’re digging...
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