Victorian elegance on desirable Eglinton Road
No 62 is a four-bed redbrick home laid out over three levels with a large secluded garden and is on the market for €2.5 million
Named in honour of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the 13th Earl of Eglinton, who had become Viceroy in 1852, Eglinton Road in Donnybrook Dublin 4 has come a long way since making its first appearance as a laneway in the first Ordinance Survey map of 1837.
Today the grand tree-lined stretch of handsome, mostly Victorian, houses is a prestigious one linking the desirable south Dublin suburbs of Donnybrook and Milltown/Clonskeagh, and homes on it rarely come to market....
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